As we come to the end of 2019 and closer to the busy engagement season (Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Years) we are looking ahead to what 2020 has in store. The bright new decade will offer plenty of exciting trends for newly engaged couples who are ready to say “I do” in 2020. Amongst them are new honeymoon trends! Here is what 2020 has in store for the newlyweds that want to spend first few weeks of their married life together in a romantic destination.
Italy once again comes in on the top as a firm favorite for destination weddings. Regardless of the region, the romance of Italy continues to entice couples from all over the world. We have observed how Italy becomes more popular each passing year and has helped many couples to plan their dream Italian wedding. Indulge yourself with a trendy destination wedding in one of Europe’s most beautiful countries.
Croatia has gained popularity over the past few years (likely due to the Game of Thrones effect). Also, there has been a rise in interest for weddings in this stunning country. As an emerging destination, you may want to get ahead of the crowd and book your Croatian destination wedding soon. This sunny country with its rich history and culture is quickly becoming a European hub, especially Dubrovnik.
Glowing orange and red sunsets in the open, wide skies, candlelit dinners beneath the stars and falling asleep under the stars. Tanzanian safari delivers romance to any honeymoon. In fact, it does it completely effortlessly. That being said, most camps and lodges love to acknowledge how important a honeymoon is; and go the extra mile to offer special touches for newlyweds. You might be greeted by champagne on arrival, rose petals scattered on the bed of your hotel room, or you might even be offered a complimentary couples’ massage.
Starry skies on the beach might be romantic, but how do you feel about gazing up at ethereal ribbons of light shimmering across the inky blackness? If you decide to spend your honeymoon in Canada’s Yukon province, you will have a good chance of seeing the northern lights glow across the sky.