You’re Married: Enjoying Married Life

Wedding days go by in a flash. The whirlwind of memories, from seeing each other for the first time at the end of the aisle, all the way through the last dance of the night are sure to be moments you’ll treasure forever. Walking out of your wedding venue, you might feel like it’s all over, but there is so much still to look forward to. We’ve asked our brides for their most memorable wedding moments, and we love the feeling of nostalgia as we reminisce on all the unique anecdotes. 

We know how to beat the post-wedding blues, with one of the most-popular ideas nowadays to go on a mini-moon straight after leaving your wedding venue, as planning a whole wedding and packing for an extended break can be a bit too much hassle for many couples! We’ve listed our top 5 mini-moon locations for inspiration. If you then want to plan a longer honeymoon that’s a little more exotic or unusual, we’ve got some cool honeymoon ideas that will certainly give you something to look forward to after your incredible wedding day.

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A collection of quotes from newlywed brides and grooms, on the most memorable moments of their wedding day. 

The first kiss as husband and wife will be a memorable moment of a wedding day
Honeymoon ideas to enjoy after your wedding at one of Bijou's wedding venues
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Out of the box ideas when it comes to booking a unique, cool and unforgettable honeymoon 

Tips on how to beat those post wedding blues from experts in the industry
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You’ve just celebrated the most special day, but here’s our advice on how to beat those post-wedding blues – if you have them.

The most romantic country in the world, pick France as a mini moon location
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Your honeymoon should be all about relaxing after the stressful process of planning your big day. But what if budget and time restraints mean that a long-haul romantic holiday on an exotic island isn’t feasible?

Blissful honeymoon location
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Honeymoons, like weddings, need to be financially planned and often tend to be an extravagance.