What about the weather? Depending on what time of the year you get married, the weather and season can play a major role in the success of your honeymoon. During peak vacation season (June-August) airfare, lodging, and activities are more expensive. If saving money is a priority for you, honeymooning during the months of November-March will cut back on your travel costs, possibly allowing you to enjoy more activities and sight-seeing together! Also, if you plan to visit the tropics, during the summer months, hurricane season is something that you want to think about.
On the contrary though, spring and summer are a prime time for travel for a reason… it all just depends on what you and your partner plan to do, and what type of climate you prefer.
We decided to honeymoon later, and now it’s been over a year, and we still haven’t gone. This happens. You have all intentions of heading out for your getaway within 3 months, but then—life. We suggest setting a specific date and talking about it often to ensure that it does happen, and within the time frame agreed upon.