Fresno, CA, January 18, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sales of gravy boats and monogrammed bath towels may be on the decline as newlyweds-to-be shift their registries from households to honeymoons. And, as a travel agency that specializes in honeymoon planning, Romantics Travel is betting that this national trend will be reflected in Fresno, CA. Romantics Travel is now able to offer this service to its honeymoon clientele through a partnership with the online honeymoon registry company, TheHoneymoon.com. Through this affiliation, couples are able to create a custom honeymoon registry out of the honeymoon package they purchase through Romantics Travel as well as a personal wedding web page to serve as a central source of information for their wedding.
As a specialist in honeymoon travel Romantics Travel has seen the gradual increase in the age of honeymooners, nationally now 28 for men and 26 for women. Many of these young couples have already spent money on establishing households and usually don’t need another toaster. And, with more couples paying for some or all of their own wedding expenses, many couples find themselves settling for something less than their “dream honeymoon.” “We feel the honeymoon registry is a trend that is here to stay,” says Jeff Jacoby, owner of Romantics Travel, “and we’re very happy to have formed a partnership with TheHoneymoon.com that gives honeymooners high tech tools with local “high touch” service. Young couples love the Internet for research, but the honeymoon is just too important to risk booking such an important event entirely online.”
The Honeymoon Registry, Inc. dba TheHoneymoon.com and based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is an online honeymoon registry and planning resource for newlyweds-to-be. Through its website, www.TheHoneymoon.com, couples can shop for travel packages specifically designed for honeymoons and even find a travel agent that specializes in honeymoon planning. Once a couple has planned the perfect honeymoon, they can then create a custom honeymoon gift registry to offer their guests an alternative to crock pots and toasters. Couples may also create a personal wedding web page to serve as a wedding information resource for their guests.