Penny Hawkins, formerly a regional director of ASTA, said couples should plan their honeymoon together. "We've had a lot of people come in, and the bride has a preconceived notion of what the honeymoon will be, and she's stunned he's thinking of hiking as opposed to basking on the beaches of Hawaii," said Hawkins, general manager and travel agent at Travel Leaders in southeastern Michigan. "Then, we have guys who come in to plan the honeymoon without the bride because someone's told him the groom is supposed to take care of the honeymoon. We tell him to talk to the bride."

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