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RMW Real Bride Diary {Emma & Dean: The Honeymoon}

I’ve always loved going on holiday, mainly to feel a bit of sunshine on my face – but before Dean and I got together neither of us would particularly have said that we had a penchant for travelling as such.

We have certainly made up for lost time though, and now exploring new places together tops our favourite things to do. We normally manage to get abroad, at least for long weekends if not a full holiday, about two or three times a year, and we spend as much of the interim time exploring England as we can too.

So wedding planning was a bit of a double-edged sword to our wanderlust bug. On one hand, we knew it meant we wouldn’t be able to squeeze in the quantity (or, perhaps more accurately, frequency) in our 2017 travel list, but on the other we knew that the quality that the honeymoon would bring would make it well worth the wait.

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WIN Your Honeymoon {With Mr & Mrs Smith Instagram}

If you are currently dreaming of white sandy beaches, endless sunshine and adventures then read on. I certainly know I am. Booking your Honeymoon is such a fun part of wedding planning and you can while away hours dreaming of your ideal destination. But what if you could win your honeymoon? And I’m not talking a week in Skegness either. I’m talking epic Mr & Mrs Smith hotels and amazing scenery in fabulous Sri Lanka. Well now you have a chance to do just that.

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The RMW Reader Survey {Win A Stunning Coastal Mini Break Worth £995}

We’ve got a favour to ask – we’d like to hear all about your wedding plans and how we can help you. We want to know what Rock My Wedding features you love, what you’d like to see more of and how you’d like to see your favourite wedding blog evolve. We’re open to all sorts of suggestions and ideas. Tell us what you love from other places on the internet or magazines, tell us about your venue, your dress, let us know which suppliers you have booked and which ones you’re still searching for.

Our survey can be found by following this link or clicking on the image below. I promise it won’t take more than a few minutes, there’s no pressure to write an essay if you don’t want to.

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Win Honeymoon Treats From Roo’s Beach

Happy Friday everyone! We hope you’ve had a lovely week, despite the crazy weather. Our newsletter comes out this weekend and if you’re not already a subscriber, then you really should be! The term ‘newsletter’ doesn’t really do it justice, it’s a mini magazine, brimming with exclusive real weddings and content. This quarter’s edition is honeymoon themed – there are some really helpful articles covering long haul travel, packing like a pro AND our pick of destination wedding dresses from the RMW Look Book. Plus two simply gorgeous weddings (sneak peak in the slider above) and a shoot with a smokey eye make-up look that you’ll definitely want to recreate for honeymoon cocktails. And if that wasn’t enough there are also guides to top honeymoon destinations South Africa and the Amalfi Coast.

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Travelling In Style

I’ve got a confession to make.

I’m a TERRIBLE packer. No matter how hard I try, I always end up taking everything but the kitchen sink. For me, packing invariably involves a hot, sweaty and very unladylike moment where I have to sit on my overfilled suitcase and force the zips to close. Which as you can imagine, often results in said suitcase breaking open.

Meaning that I have to start all over again.

With a new suitcase…

The solution to this problem would be to pack less, but I’m being totally realistic here, that’s just not going to happen. So I’ve decided that the best thing to do would be to invest in a bigger, better case (or two).

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Romantic Mini Moons at The Fistral Beach Hotel

If you’re not jetting off on your honeymoon immediately after your wedding day, why not consider a mini moon here in the UK? It’s the perfect thing to look forward to while you’re on that unavoidable post-wedding-day-come-down. Time and time again, Brides advise not to go straight back to work following your big day, as it’s just too much of a shock to the system. Having a lovely stay booked in a beautiful hotel is definitely one way to soften the blow 😉

The Fistral Beach Hotel is the perfect place to do that. Just seconds from the UKs most iconic beach, close to lots of lovely places to visit, world-class places to eat, and with views of the sunsets over the ocean – it’s a very romantic spot.

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A Honeymoon in Paradise – Four Seasons Langkawi

When I was invited to visit the Four Seasons Langkawi resort with its geo thermal spa, water sports facilities, rainforest trek and mangrove safari tour, my bag was packed quicker than you could say ‘private beach’.

A tropical paradise with a make-you-feel-like-royalty level of service makes this mile long resort a honeymoon destination hard to top.

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Let’s Go – Sri Lanka

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If you are dreaming of honeymoons and escaping this chilly weather then we have got some fabulous inspiration for you today in our next honeymoon guide in association with Mr & Mrs Smith and their Wanderlist.

Today we are heading off to the beautiful Sri-Lanka. This tiny island state is famous for its cinnamon-scented tea so grab yourself a cuppa and read on. With beautiful beaches and Buddhist ruins, rainforests and tea fields, cities and citadels, national parks and palm trees, there is something to keep everyone happy.

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Mr & Mrs Smith on Romantic Cities

Whether your idea of a romantic city break is a secluded stay in Paris or Prague, or a luxury-hotel-set fling in São Paulo or San Francisco, Gemma Miles, executive travel consultant and honeymoon expert at Mr & Mrs Smith, has put together a definitive list of must-stays across the globe, to delight and inspire honeymooners.

Gemma will be live online today (between 9:30am and 2pm), to offer insider advice about the honeymoon and city break destinations that’ll make your knees go a little wobbly. Wondering where to whisk your sweetheart? Leave your questions in the comments box below the post.

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