Things to do After Your Wedding

4 Things to do After Your Wedding

So, the confetti has fallen, your wedding cake is cut and the best man is slumped over the couch after having more than his fair share of pints.

After all the anticipation and excitement in the lead-up to your special day, it’s nice to have something to look forward to after all the chaos. Here are four things to do after your wedding.

Things to do After Your Wedding

Delay Your Honeymoon

Honeymoons are a magical occasion. It’s a great way to unwind and get to know each other as a married couple. Many couples jet off to exotic destinations around the world following their nuptials.

Instead of hopping on that plane and flying off to a tropical paradise after your big day, why not wait a few months and keep something to look forward to. This delay gives you some time to adjust, allowing you both to get settled into the married life together.

Things to do After Your Wedding

Make a Bucket List

It’s totally normal to feel lacking direction following you wedding. After all you have spent over a year stressing and planning. Every detail revolved around making it the perfect day.

Make a bucket list together for the next few months to give you some focus. Ticking off each item will give you both a buzz plus you will create some cherished memories. Take some photos along the way to document the journey of your first year of marriage.

Things to do After Your Wedding

Book a Bonding Day 

Looking to continue the high from your wedding into married life? Book a bonding day that will leave you buzzing! From skydiving, zip-lining, kayaking to karting there are loads of options to give you a new zest for life together.

Alternatively grab a group of friends together to try some incredibly fun activities with companies such as stagit.ie.

Things to do After Your Wedding

Hang With Loved Ones

In case you’ve got family and friends who have travelled to your wedding, take time out to catch up with them following the festivities.

Your wedding day flashes by meaning you might not get to talk with them as much as you would have liked to. After spending money and taking time to travel and be part of your celebration, they will appreciate your effort to spend time with them.

Image Credits: Style Me Pretty; Red Rose Love Peace and Write; 99 Travel Tips; Refinery 29.

Ally Vogl

Ally Vogl is the Content & Social Media Executive at WeddingDates HQ.

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