5 Things To-Do Before Leaving on Your Honeymoon

You’ve made it through your big day, congratulations! Now, it’s time to embark on that luxurious honeymoon. But, before you head to the airport here are five things to do before you leave!

 

1. Got Pets?

If you have one pet or more, you may not be able to find someone to petsit your furbabies. Try boarding them at a local pet resort. If you are in the Corpus Christi area, look no further than Barkaritaville Pet Resort. They offer full service, state-of-the-art facility with boarding, daycare, training, and a 24-hour self-service dog wash. For more information, visit their website http://www.barkaritavillepetresort.com or call (361) 814-BARK (2275).

 

2. Return That Tux

It can be easy to forget, especially since the new bride doesn’t have to worry about returning her dress. But, grooms need to return their tux before traveling. Typically, the requirement across the board is next day return. And don’t forget to check the pockets for any personal items and return ALL accessories as well so that you aren’t charged for them.

 

3. Mail Hold or Forwarding

Unless you have a large mailbox, you probably want to arrange for your mail to be held or forwarded during the time you will be away. The U.S. Postal Service makes it super easy to do! Just visit your nearest post office or go to USPS.com

 

4. Say Thanks

Handwritten Thank You cards can wait until you get back so that you can take your time, however, it only takes a minute to type out a mass “Thank You” on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Guests will appreciate the instant gratification and be pleasantly surprised when they receive their personalized card later in the mail.

 

5. Deal With Your Dress

Assuming you have decided to keep your dress, it is important to get it to the cleaners as soon as possible. If you don’t have time to drop it off yourself ask a friend or family member to do it for you so that stains don’t have a chance of settling in.

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