The wedding is not officially over once the party has stopped. You still have the honeymoon!
With so many potential destinations, it can be hard to pin down where to go, let alone plan what to do once you are there.
Let's be honest, international flights are very expensive and traveling outside the country also has its set of expenses.
Do not fear! There are plenty of amazing destinations for honeymooning right here is in the U.S., and lots of people are staying local this year.
Whether the getaway is in a log cabin, long days on the beach, touring a wine vineyard, or seeing a musical in the big apple, there is no limit to the options you have here in the states.
If you and your new significant other are wine lovers, then France is the place to go.
If France isn't in the budget, Napa Valley in California is the next best thing.
California wine is praised all over the world for its taste and quality, specifically, the wine that comes from Napa Valley.
Napa Valley offers incredible tours of some of the world's best vineyards and has been doing it for quite some time.
This destination is for the duos that want the focus of their honeymoon to be on rest and relaxation.
Take a ride on the Napa Valley wine train to get a fully immersive experience.
Enjoy top-notch wine while enjoying the many amenities and features of the top-notch resorts offered there.
Not only that but the California sun and rolling hills make for unforgettable views that stretch for miles.
If you are looking for something a little less hoity-toity and more rugged, then take a look at this next destination.
Western Wyoming is not a place that comes to mind when most people think of honeymoon destinations.
For some people though, the idea of spending the day hiking through the endless national forest and finding refuge in a log cabin is heaven.
If that is you and your partner then you have to check out Jackson Hole.
Savannah, Georgia, is a city full of historical character that is the perfect spot for lovers of history and eccentric features.
Take a walk through the historic district and find yourself lost in the 22 blocks of historic homes and buildings.
After picking up souvenirs, take a break from the tours and enjoy some time out at the beautiful Tybee Island, which is just a quick car ride away from the city.
Because of its heritage, Savannah offers a huge selection of southern comfort restaurants serving up some of the best fried chicken in the country.
They also offer tours of haunted houses and some creepy shows for those who are seeking a little thrill during their stay.
Enjoy an authentic Savannah experience by staying in one of the many historic hotels as well.
Whatever it is that draws you to Savannah, prepare to go on a historical journey in this quirky town.
Last but certainly not least, the big apple.
New York City
Welcome to the boiling pot of culture and urban experience.
N.Y.C. is a conglomerate of some of the best places to visit and see.
Whether you and your new spouse enjoy music, theater, museums, graffiti, architecture, or maybe all of them, N.Y.C. has it all.
You can dine cheaply at the hundreds of food carts along the streets of Brooklyn, or go all out at a high-end restaurant in Manhattan.
Escape the concrete jungle and enjoy a romantic day in Central Park, or take the train up to Coney Island for a nice day at the beach.
This city also offers a spectrum of places to stay ranging from 5-star hotels to lofts and apartments offered on Airbnb.
New York City is a destination that can fit any budget if you plan it right.
You don't have to travel too far to have an unforgettable honeymoon.
These five destinations are a taste of some of the most popular and diverse places but they barely even touch the number of great destinations here.
Find the location that is the best fit for you and your new life partner and enjoy what the ole' U.S. of A. has to offer.