Earlymoon: Pre-Wedding Getaway is an Emerging Trend of 2019 – Wedamor

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Taking a Honeymoon after the wedding has become a common tradition. But, the idea of a pre-wedding getaway as a couple is a new emerging trend. More people are doing things a little out of order and taking a break from the stress of wedding planning and opting to get away before the ceremony. Pre-wedding getaway or Earlymoon has grown increasingly popular among couples.

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The process of planning a large scale wedding is quite stressful and it can build tension between the bride and the groom. Going on a quick getaway can help release the pressure and will also help to refresh their minds. After months of planning and feeling a bit stressed out, a pre-wedding getaway, would be so relaxing for the couples. Moreover, it can also help the couple to better understand each other and their preferences. Taking a mini vacation is a chance for the couple to be together and also get excited about everything that’s coming to their way-especially the wedding!

One more reason for couples to have an earlymoon is the memories they will create while travelling before being married will be unique and for a lifetime. A pre-planning session will require a lot of the couple’s time and they should be around for that but there’s nothing wrong in taking a quick escape before your big day.

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The major reason why people are considering earlymoon over a traditional honeymoon is that nothing guarantees that because your wedding day is set to be on a particular date, you’ll be able to take a few days off for a vacation with your partner after it. For some newlyweds, this isn’t a realistic option. The couple is generally tired after the wedding due to the long rituals and preparations for the big day and so, the honeymoon date keeps getting postponed due to some reason or the other and that’s the reason why many people go on honeymoon only months after their wedding.

Pre-wedding getaway is a great concept because the couple gets some extra time to celebrate the excitement of the wedding before the big day and then they get to explore a new destination together.

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While the pre-wedding getaway might not be for everyone but it is definitely worth engaging in, particularly if the entire wedding planning process has been stressful. However, for those who have experienced bliss during the during the wedding planning and before ceremonies, saving the money for a more traditional honeymoon might be the right choice.

Just planning for a relaxation to your favourite places together is a great idea before the wedding. It is quite easy to get caught up in all the activities during the wedding planning process. So, plan before the whole madness of the wedding starts and try to make time for the both of you to just check out and recharge. Be present. This is why we take vacations, to get comfortable and relaxed.

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While you may be very excited for your wedding but it’s also important to chill out and kick back while you get some time away from the bridesmaids, groomsmen, families, relatives, work, and so on. Forget the stress you have been dealing with up until this point. De-stressing and escaping any family drama is the key for a perfect vacation.

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Of course, there’s also the money aspect. Weddings are not cheap, and neither is travel. So, there are many people who do not really go to someplace far, they instead opt for a place that is near and under their budget. After all, you don’t want to compromise on your wedding budget. The main purpose to have an earlymoon is to spend some time with each other before the stressful planning starts.

Planning a wedding is a long and tiring process which involves fun, stress, frustration and anxiety. So yes, go ahead and take a small pre-wedding getaway to be more calm and relaxed throughout your wedding.

So, what are your thoughts? Honeymoon or Earlymoon? Tell us in the comment section below.



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A student of Journalism and Mass Communication. Also working as a social media coordinator. I am a part-time writer, traveller and social worker.