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Posted on January 14th, 2009 by Melissa in Anything Goes, Behind The Scenes, Honeymoons 2 Comments

Okay okay, you might have noticed posts have been a bit slow around here lately. Well there’s a good reason (and we hope you agree). We’ve been hard at work building and promoting a new web site: You might be thinking, “What does this have to do with a wedding blog?”, and the answer is, not much. But, if you’re in the process of planning your wedding, chances are you’re a female, and if you enjoy designer fashion as much as we do, chances are you’ll love saving 50-80% on all of it at

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Eco-Chic Couture Bridal Gowns

Posted on November 17th, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Honeymoons, Wedding Attire No Comments

These aren’t your ordinary “green” wedding gowns. The Gwendolyn Gleason Couture Spring 2009 collection features gowns created with certified sustainable fabrics that are organic, but they are very chic and beautiful too.

Check out the video for more information and to have a peek at the bridal gowns.

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Casa Chameleon Costa Rica

Posted on November 17th, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Honeymoons No Comments

One of the top honeymoon destinations in recent years has become Costa Rica. if you are planning your honeymoon to this area, consider Casa Chameleon, which is located on the remote southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula.

Casa Chameleon

With Casa Chameleon, you get your own private villa nestled in the jungle surroundings overlooking the ocean. You can get spa services in the privacy of your own bungalow or enjoy the many activities and attractions in the area. Check out

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Ultimate Indulgence Romantic Getaway

Posted on November 4th, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Honeymoons No Comments

You don’t have to travel out of the country for a terrific romantic getaway. Whether you are planning your honeymoon or just a weekend getaway with your sweetie, check out the Ultimate Indulgence package at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa in Scottsdale.

Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa

In addition to luxurious casita accommodations, the deal includes a romantic staple of champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries, elegant dinner for two and a $1,000 shopping spree at Molina Fine Jewelers plus a champagne toast and roundtrip limousine service.

To find out more about this romantic package call (480) 948-2100 or visit

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Destination Weddings & Honeymoons in Holbox Island

Posted on November 3rd, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Honeymoons, Wedding Locations 1 Comment

Villas Paraiso del Mar is located on Holbox Island in the Caribbean. The island is north of Yucatan and sits in between the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. It’s a beautiful place for a destination wedding.

Villas Paraiso del Mar sits along the white sandy beach of Holbox. The hotel stands in an oasis of tropical trees, plants and gardens. There are 36 suites at Villas Paraiso del Mar. Each is a bungalow with a private entrance and traditional wooden roof. It’s also a great place to honeymoon with its beautiful surroundings, water activities, eco-tours and much more. Checkout the Holbox Island website to learn more.

Holbox Island

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Planning a Honeymoon on a Budget

Posted on March 21st, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Honeymoons, Wedding Planning 1 Comment

With the cost of an average wedding in the United States growing to nearly $30K, setting aside a large amount of money for a honeymoon may seem impossible. However with some planning and know-how, you plan a wonderful honeymoon without going into serious debt. Here are some basic tips for planning a honeymoon on a budget.

Couple at Beach

Use a Honeymoon Registry
Just like you register for wedding gifts, you can also register for your honeymoon. With a honeymoon registry, your family and friends can contribute to the costs of your honeymoon instead of buying wedding gifts. This is especially good for couples who don’t need a lot of items for their household. After all, an extra day in Hawaii is probably a better gift than another toaster. You register for hotel accommodations, airfare, food and beverages, activities, merchandise and more. Some people think honeymoon registries are tacky, but you should be no more ashamed of having a honeymoon registry than you are a wedding gift registry.

Travel in the Off-Season
Depending on your honeymoon destination, some times of year are cheaper to travel than others. For example, in Europe you will find cheap flights and hotel rates from December through March. In the South America, Central America and some parts of Mexico, there are “green” or rainy seasons when you can find hotels rates as much as 60% off the peak prices. You should also avoid traveling on weekends. Arrive Sunday through Thursday for the lowest rates. Additionally, don’t travel near holidays.

Honeymoon Domestically
Honeymoon destinations within the continental United States can be just as romantic as those abroad – but much cheaper. If you are honeymooning on a budget, look for destinations within the country. Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, California and Nevada are all popular honeymoon locations. Consider off the beaten path destinations, like a ranch in Montana or a cabin in the Colorado mountains. Call a travel agency in your destination city. They will be able to give you information, insight and maybe even discounts that you cannot find elsewhere.

Book a Package Deal
To find cheap tickets look for travel package that combines both airfare and room accommodations at one discounted price. At, you can search, compare and buy from leading travel sites all from one website. It’s really one of the best ways to find the lowest rates available.

Find Promotional Codes
Search online for promo codes. Car rental companies, hotels and airlines all offer special promotional codes and discounts. If you are a member of AAA, carry a Diners Club card, or belong to any civic or military organizations, you may be able to get discounts between 10-30% off. Some discounts are rarely advertised, so it doesn’t hurt to ask for them. You can also oftentimes frin special honeymoon packages that may include a free meal, gift basket, champagne or spa treatments.

Eat Cheap
If you decide to splurge for a luxury hotel, cut cost in other areas. One way to do that is by eating cheap. Instead of dining at hotel restaurants and pricey eateries, choose to eat where the locals eat. Have lunch at a diner or dinner at a local pizzeria or cafe. If you are staying at a hotel with a kitchenette, buy groceries and stay in and cook. Trying to save money on favors? Check out Truly’s cheap wedding favors

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