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Savannah, on January 24, 2021 at 11:29 PM Posted in Honeymoon 0 19
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What would happen if you were to got married but you couldn't exactly go on your honeymoon because of the covid 19 because me and my fiancee is getting married but i don't want us to get in trouble just for going on our honeymoon

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Latest activity by Shelly, on January 25, 2021 at 11:53 AM
  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
    Melle ·
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    There are a lot of people who don’t go on their honeymoons right away ! For instance one of my friends went on their honeymoon half a year later anyway.
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  • Hanna
    VIP June 2019
    Hanna ·
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    I would postpone your honeymoon until it's safe to go. Many people don't go on their honeymoon right away anyway

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  • T
    Super April 2021
    Tiger Bride ·
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    You could go somewhere in the US/nearby, if that appeals to you? That's what we're doing.

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  • Savannah
    Just Said Yes September 2021
    Savannah ·
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    Well what happen tho

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  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
    Melle ·
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    They chose not to go immediately on a honeymoon because the timing was better for them half a year later. Some people don’t go on a honeymoon immediately for various reasons such as timing or money, etc
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  • Hannah
    Rockstar July 2019
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    The short answer: nothing. A honeymoon is just a vacation. There is no requirement. There are plenty of people who never take a honeymoon. Some people take "minimoons" where they go away for just a weekend or whatever. You can even do a staycation if you want and are both able to take some time from work to just be together in your home. The general idea of the honeymoon is to take time to spend together as a couple in celebration of your recent marriage. What that looks like is totally up to you.
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  • A
    Super December 2020
    Anais ·
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    Nothing would happen if you don’t leave right away
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  • Belle
    Rockstar August 2022
    Belle ·
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    I will be married for 24 years this year, and we never had a honeymoon. We were too young and broke at our elopement, and since we had kids we always traveled with them. We are planning a wedmoon on our 25th anniversary, and I hope nothing will make us postpone or cancel again.
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  • J
    Dedicated November 2021
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    We're doing a cabin "minimoon" because of covid. Maybe we'll do a big honeymoon later, maybe we won't. We'll still be married and happy. It's all up to what's best for you and your future husband, not anyone else. So no one is going to tell you what to do or be upset with you if you never have a honeymoon. I'm sure you'll still have a beautiful wedding.
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  • Sexypoodle
    Master October 2021
    Sexypoodle ·
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    Nothing would happen. You just enjoy the newlywed life and take a trip whenever you can. Honeymoons aren’t mandatory.
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  • Michelle
    Rockstar April 2021
    Michelle ·
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    Agree with the others- nothing will happen. Plenty of people postpone their honeymoon while others go ahead with their plans.
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  • Meghan
    Devoted September 2021
    Meghan ·
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    This happened to my cousin and friend. Instead they did a long weekend getaway. They plan on going on a honeymoon when things get better.
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    Devoted September 2020
    Amanda ·
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    We didn’t have a honeymoon due to covid. We both took a few days off work and planned a couple nice dinners and massages to relax before returning to work.
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  • Mrs. Spring
    Master April 2021
    Mrs. Spring Online ·
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    I probably would postpone the date
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  • Mcskipper
    Master July 2018
    Mcskipper ·
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    Nothing happens. You can take your honeymoon whenever you like. You don’t have to tell anyone your wedding date. We got married pre-covid but even so we had taken so much time off work around the wedding and felt so busy, we decided to plan the honeymoon for several months later, also for a better season to travel to our destination. We just said it was a slightly belated honeymoon. The only thing that makes a honeymoon a honeymoon instead of a regular vacation is that newlyweds go on it, so the when really doesn’t matter much.
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  • Yasmine
    Rockstar October 2020
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    My husband and I got married October 2020 and we did a little weekend vacation after but we didn't take a honeymoon yet. Especially because of Covid, we just didn't feel safe going out of the country. So we are waiting.

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  • Meghan
    Rockstar October 2019
    Meghan ·
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    You could do a minimoon somewhere closer and plan your big honeymoon for when our world is a little more "normal". Many couples do this.

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  • M
    Dedicated February 2021
    Melissa ·
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    To me, a honeymoon is a nice extra. A vacation is always what I would consider a luxury though, so no big deal if you choose not to make plans or postpone.

    We're getting married in two weeks and we settled just recently on a 'mini-moon'. Our original choice was Australia two years ago before their fires and now COVID so that is on the back-burner for a few years. Instead, we found a very small boutique hotel that is only 2-ish ours away and has tons of outdoor activities to do near by. We assumed this was our best bet for not having to cancel everything. Before we chose this location, we strongly considered just planning a true stay-at-home staycation where we could just order fancy dinners for pick-up, play board games, watch movies, go for walk, etc. while spending time together enjoying being married.

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  • Shelly
    Rockstar January 2022
    Shelly ·
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    There are plenty of couples that have had to postpone their honeymoon because of the pandemic!

    You could always do a minimoon and go somewhere a little closer, but still technically have it feel like a mini vacation.

    My friends are eloping in Hawaii and having their honeymoon there so that they won't miss out on it, which was a great idea. We also have friends that went ahead and went on their honeymoon, and had no problems arise from it! There is only one couple that have their honeymoon booked through Sandal's resorts. They had to postpone due to company policy I believe, and are going on their trip this year.

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