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What to Do When You Can’t Agree on a Honeymoon Location

By Weddingblog2011

Can’t agree on a honeymoon location? You’re not alone! Many couples have a hard time deciding on a location, but here are some tips to help you pick something you both will like.

Many couples don’t know what to do when they can’t agree on a honeymoon location. What is supposed to be a fun and exciting planning experience can turn out to be frustrating when you end up disagreeing over a once-in-a-lifetime trip!

Some brides want to explore the streets of Paris while some grooms want a tropical getaway to Fiji. When travel interests and tastes severely clash, you can have a real problem on your hands. Thankfully, there are things you can do to try and combat that disagreement by finding some middle ground. Yes, a compromise truly is the better way.

Identify Your Interests

To start on the road of compromise, the first thing you’ll have to do is decide on both of your interests. Individually, write down what you want to see or do, and then compare your lists. Chances are, you will find at least one similarity.

For example, you may want to experience the culture of France but your partner wants to relax on the beach. In this case, you can consider visiting the French Mediterranean and have the best of both worlds. Or, if you want to go skiing but your partner wants to go sailing, consider going to the Northwest where you can ski near the mountains and take a quick trip to the coast or San Juan Islands to enjoy a day of sailing.

Plan Two Trips

You don’t necessarily have to splurge on two full honeymoons, but you do have the option to work within your budget and time restrictions to split your trip between two locations. If you’re going to be gone for two weeks, spend one week in the Caribbean and the other in Italy. You can also agree on one location for your honeymoon and agree on the other location for a trip for your one year anniversary. When you can’t agree on a honeymoon location, get creative, do your research, and remember to compromise!

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