|photo by Jérémy of Deviant Art|
Someone recently sent me a note thanking me for all the helpful information she had found on this blog and my website when she and her fiancé (now-husband) were planning their wedding. She told me they had used a lot of the ideas and resources she had found there and, since a lot of what I do with my sites is designed to help people create beautiful weddings, it was a nice compliment to learn the sites had been so helpful for them.
Emily said her husband, Eric, had also surprised her with the honeymoon of her dreams and she was deeply touched that he had gone to so much effort to surprise her with something so spectacular. We ladies LOVE those romantic proposals and honeymoons because they tell us how much our fella cares about us. Who hasn’t dreamed about walking hand-in-hand in some romantic city of the world with the man you love so dearly?
Emily told me that when she asked Eric how he had come up with such a great honeymoon plan, he told her about a web page he had found called “The History of the Most Romantic Cities of the World.” It is an excellent resource for those planning destination weddings and/or romantic getaways, complete with extensive information about the history of the areas, what to see and do and where to stay. The city choices are, of course, subjective, and the list includes many of the cities one would naturally assume, but it also contains some less obvious additions that might surprise you. It is a well-rounded list and is certainly worth the read.
The page is on a dating website, datehookup.com, and they have a lot of other interesting articles there about travel as well as all the general dating information one might expect to find. Kudos to the site for being so broadly helpful to its readers.
Honeymoon planning is filled with fun and excitement, anticipation, curiosity and learning about the many amazing places in our world. I have used Paris photos here because I envision myself and my husband, Bill, holding hands at the Eiffel Tower someday, but the world is filled with an unending supply of romantic locales to explore and enjoy.
Thanks, Emily, for sending the link that Eric used to plan your beautiful honeymoon. I could tell from your words it was beyond all you had ever dreamed and I really appreciate your extending yourself to help others create their own romantic honeymoons.