FAQs and expert advice about honeymoon

Here is a selection of Q&As from Your Kent Wedding magazine whether it be about flowers, hair and makeup, fashion, wedding themes, health & beauty, cakes, stationery, legal advice. If you would like your question answered by our experts, please email it to editor@yourkent.wedding


Travel SOS

Travel SOS

Q. Help! Our honeymoon plans have been thrown into question, and we now don't know where, or if to book. Can you give us some advice?

A. Nikki Curran says: Your honeymoon is probably the most important holiday you'll plan, and the uncertainties surrounding Covid, changing regulations and cancellations can't be helping the stresses involved with your decision-making. My advice is to find a reputable ABTA and ATOL bonded agent that you can talk to in person. Booking with a certified agent ensures your financial protection should your honeymoon plans be changed or cancelled. Plus, you know you're in safe hands with someone who cares about you. Here at NC Travel, we're here for you every step of the way from planning through to your return.

While some couples have their hearts set on long haul destinations, others are now preferring Europe or staying in the UK. Water bungalows in Crete are proving to be a good alternative to those in the Maldives, if you'd rather stay a bit closer to home. Villas, cottages and self-catering breaks have also been proving popular as these enable you to limit interaction with others.

There are still some great deals to be had for 2021 and even 2022, so it's a good time to book, especially where suppliers are offering low deposits or flexible terms. Be sure you have adequate travel insurance from the moment you pay your deposit.

Nikki Curran, N C Travel

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