If you’re up for a bit of fun in the sun then you’re in the right place. It’s Whitsundays month on Polka Dot Bride! We have the most incredible posts lined up for you, including plenty of turquoise clear blue waters, tropical cocktails, stunning beachside weddings and dreamy honeymoon travel tips.The Whitsundays is one of
Honeymoons in Paradise
Image via Jade MountainDecember is such a romantic month for a wedding. However, if you want to travel light, you may need to put some thoughts into where to go on a honeymoon. Thankfully, from the Caribbean to the South Pacific, there are still a handful of paradises available for our December newlyweds.1. St Lucia,
November is a tricky month for a honeymoon in paradise. With winter settling in across the UK and Europe, newlyweds need look beyond Paris and London for a romantic getaway. Luckily, there are still plenty of paradise on earth this time of the year where there are no crowds and hotel rates won’t break your
Image via Bec LawrenceHow does a romantic honeymoon escape on an island a little like Neverland sound? Welcome to Beqa island in Fiji, famous for shark diving and the beautiful rugged landscape.We recently visited the island which is a bit of a hidden gem and haven’t been able to stop spreading the secret! Beqa is
Image by Autumn Studio via UnsplashAs the weather turns and the days get colder in the northern hemisphere, it is time to head south where the weather is getting warmer.1. Bali, Indonesia There’s never a bad time to visit Bali. The Australian favourite holiday destination is the backdrop to many family holidays, hens or bucks
Image via Cap Estel HotelSeptember Honeymoon Travel IdeasSeptember is an excellent time to travel: The weather is still warm in the Northern hemisphere, which means that beach destinations are a great option. Furthermore, tourists on summer vacation are waning, giving you a quieter and more intimate experience wherever you decide to go.1. Montreal, Canada Experience
Image via Visit ScotlandHoneymoons in July provide newlyweds the opportunity to escape the cold in Australia to enjoy a sun-filled trip of their lives. From Europe to Africa, there are many stellar spots where you and your sweetie pie can enjoy marital bliss under a summer sky.1. Provence, France France is the country of love
Image via Tourist DestinationsSummer, for many, exudes an air of romance. While the Southern Hemisphere experiences short days and long nights in June, the Northern Hemisphere is just gearing up for plenty of sunshine and heat. As such, destinations kick into high gear as holiday makers, young and old, seek out the best places to
Image via TravellerIf you are looking to honeymoon in May, the European continent is warming up nicely. South East Asia is beautiful this time of the year, as is Australia. For couples looking for an exotic experience, Pantanal in Brazil is brimming with wildlife and lush vegetation – definitely a few special places to visit!1.
Image via Panache ToursApril is one of the best months for honeymoons. The days are getting longer in the northern hemisphere, with birdsong and greenery make a perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway.1. Paris, France Who doesn’t love Paris in springtime? As Audrey Hepburn once said, “Paris is always a good idea.”Where to Stay Enjoy
Image via Indian Excursions Co.Although the winter cold and chills are still around during March, the beginning of the Northern hemispheric spring can be the ideal time to visit countries in Southern Europe. In America, the famous cherry blossom blooms in Washington D.C. are in full picture and can make for quite a romantic sight.1.
Image via Parque NacionalA honeymoon in the month of Saint Valentine deserves to be an extra special one! Travelling in February has its own benefit: the crowds from school holidays have largely gone and you can reap the benefits of cheaper air fares and explore the destinations at the your own pace.1. Marrakech, Morocco Late
Image via Get Busy In The MaldivesChoosing a honeymoon spot can be a dizzying (though exciting!) decision, on top of all the wedding planning. There are a number of ways to make a choice, depending on whether budget, climate or sightseeing is your first priority. Although great weather and optimal sight-seeing equates to high season and more