By Joan Salmon
As the day to your wedding approaches, you are tying all loose ends but there is something crucial that unfortunately is not crucial to all. As such, your guests will never bother about it, and that is the honeymoon.
Chances of not having a honeymoon right away are high
The wedding bells are ringing and everyone is busy to ensure that the big day is a success. However, let’s face it, very few will bother about your honeymoon. As long as the wedding budget is sorted, most will count it as done. Therein lies the first hurdle that many neither know of, nor hear from many, “Your honeymoon is primarily your responsibility. If you do not save some money for it, chances are you will not be having any.”
Amy Luswata will live to tell the tale of learning that they could not have a honeymoon because her husband had completely forgotten about it. “In my mind, the husband was supposed to cater to the honeymoon, such as picking a few places and later sharing. However, we all got swamped into the wedding preparation that I forgot to hint it to him and he just never thought about it.”
So before I can even delve in what no one will tell you about honeymoon, you may want to know that chances of not having one are high as it is not your organising committee’s responsibility to sort that out for you.
If you are going to have one however here is what no one will tell you;
Magic does not always happen on the first night
Remember the ssenga sessions where we are told about how to handle our husbands and all? How come no one ever tells us how to handle the first night of marriage where tension, anxiety and ignorance, for some, rages? I can assure you, you may have to sleep through the first night. It is not abnormal. Click here to read more…