Today Friday and Our Wedding special post is all about the Honeymoon – a trip that’s special no matter if you travel by Train, Plane or Automobile. So enjoy Lisa
The custom actually originated in 19th century Britain, but it wasn’t the blissful escape it is now. While it did consist of newlyweds traveling together, they basically went on a trip to visit family members and friends who couldn’t make it to the ceremony (so, forget about alone time). It wasn’t until the late 1800s that honeymoons started to look like they do today,
But where did the term “honeymoon” first come from?
The etymology of the word comes from the Old English “hony moone.” Hony, a reference to honey, refers to the “indefinite period of tenderness and pleasure experienced by a newly wed couple,” and how sweet the new marriage is.
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We were on a budget so we had a great trip to New Orleans . But I have always wanted to go to Hawaii – Lisa