Your definitive guide to planning the ultimate sex getaway



After spending months planning your wedding and going through all the drama (let’s face it), you may be feeling exhausted at the thought of planning yet another “special” event. Your honeymoon is a well deserved, congratulatory end to your wedding and the first trip you take as a married couple. It’s an extra special trip because, at the end of all the wedding hustle, friends, family, and demands, it’s one-on-one time with your partner. Just the two of you. It’s the calm after the circus.

There can be equal amounts of pressure on the honeymoon planning. Much like your wedding there will only be one time, it’s loaded with expectations, and it can be expensive. The first step is to get on aligned with your partner on what you want. The next step is dream big and create the honeymoon of your dreams! Below are questions to spark your inspiration and get you excited.


Honeymoon planning can be as stressful and daunting as planning your wedding. There is often a lot of pressure to make it perfect, it’s loaded with expectations as a result, and it can be very costly. Your honeymoon is extra special because it’s the congratulatory end to your wedding, the first trip you take as a married couple, and it’s the first time in awhile you will enjoy one-on-one time.


  1. The joy & relaxation of your honeymoon starts now. Don’t be all about the business of your honeymoon. Make the experience of planning your honeymoon as romantic & enjoyable as the honeymoon itself.
  2. Schedule an evening or morning with your partner to talk through the questions below. Have a long, leisurely breakfast with your favorite coffee, cook your favorite meal together & curl up on the floor in your living room, take a long walk on the beach, hike your favorite trail, etc. Bring the this tool with you on your phone or print it out.
  3. Record your conversation on your phone or ensure you capture the key takeaways at the end of your talk.
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