Honeymoons booked without the couple’s knowledge are a new trend in travel for people more than happy to pass the planning reins after their wedding
After sending out invitations for a 300-guest wedding, the last thing Owen Gaddis wanted to do was organize a honeymoon. Gaddis works for a travel agency so planning one would have been like a day at the office.
Luckily, after a couple of glasses of wine at dinner, Ansley Thomas, a friend from high school and fellow travel agent, offered to plan his honeymoon for him. Thomas added one condition: the couple wouldn’t find out until the wedding where they were going.