We had six marriage proposals last week on Valentine’s Day.
We said yes to all but one. (We’re easy, not desperate.) Now our fiancés must compete for our love, each presenting showcases of fabulous prizes that depict our lives together from the rehearsal dinner to the grave (and beyond if they want bonus points).
Of course, one of the most important factors in our decision focuses squarely on the honeymoon. Because studies show that sucky honeymoons lead to sucky lives. And not the good kind of sucky, either.
Being the fair-minded romantics that we are, we’ve given each of our suitors a little help to make sure the most important vacation of our lives exceeds all expectations. That’s why on each of their computers we’ve bookmarked ChicGayHoneymoons.com, a brand-new, gay-owned luxury travel destination for gay newlyweds and any travelers seeking sophisticated getaways tailored to our specific wants and needs.
Co-founders Laurie Wolfe and Tom Stanley are experts in creating memorable vacations anywhere in the world thanks to 20 years of diverse experience. (Tom alone has traveled to 140 countries to date.)
Specializing in truly bespoke travel, the owners at Chic Gay Honeymoons know where and when you should go to specific destinations to maximize the experience, how to get the best value and where gay travelers will be most welcome. Top destinations for 2013 include Saba, Cape Town, Punta del Este, Iceland and Curaçao.
Simply contact ChicGayHoneymoons.com and let them handle every last detail. It’s the easiest commitment you’ll ever make.
Unless you’re like us and saying yes is simply a reflex.