Whirlpool suite Accommodation, Wedding
Cake (serves five), 8- 5x7 mounted photos,
Beautiful Location for Ceremony-sights.
This is a great elopement package for couples
or couples with a few friends or family. A chance
to get away, enjoy some time together AND get
married. While set up for just 2, please feel
free to ask about bringing friends or family.
This is the "No Hassle" "Last Minute"
wedding package. Book it and you're done. Just
show up and everything is ready for your Poconos
elopement wedding. Your elopement wedding will
be held at a small semi exclusive resort with
whirlpool suite accommodations, meals, ceremony
and wedding coordinator available onsite. More
Packages which include Larger celebrations
and/ or elaborate receptions. Many different resort
and non resorts venues are available from resort
style with nightclubs to rustic lodges with mountain
Poconos Honeymoon Getaways
from HoneymoonTravelAgent.com (a leader in Honeymoons,
with over 67,500 happy couples)
- Find ministers, facilities, cakes, caterers
and more on these pages.
Pocono Mountains, also known as the "Endless
Mountains", covers four counties in Pennsylvania,
& this region is often referred to as "The
Honeymoon Capital of the World" or the "Land
of Love". It all started in the mid-nineteen
forties when Rudolf Von Hoevenberg opened "The
Farm on the Hill", which was the first honeymoon
resort in the Poconos. In the late 40's &
the 50's an increase in the area of resorts targeted
honeymooners. In 1963, Life magazine featured
a photo of the nation's first heart-shaped tub
that was located at Morris B. Wilkin's resort,now
called "Caesar's Cove Haven." The popularity
of the tub helped to stimulate the romantic appeal
that the Poconos region enjoys today.
Besides the romantic appeal, the Pocono Mountains
provides numerous activities as well as beautiful
scenery that over 200,000 honeymooners enjoy each
Our PoconosBest Wedding coordinators can help
you arrange your ceremony with all the trimmings
along with your short or long honeymoon stay at
one of our fabulous resorts. It is an easy process
-- just call and ask for information
about "Getting Married in the Poconos".
planning the date consider:
-- The weather
--That the most important people have scheduled
commitments for that day that they cannot change
-- That some event in town may interfere with
traffic around your wedding location or reception
-- That a Holiday may make air travel or transportation
a problem for people getting to the wedding on
-- If a number of friends are having to fly in,
check with some local hotels or motels as far
as a group rate for those dates.
Tactfully make sure the moms understand that this
is YOUR wedding. If you reach a sticking point,
back down and think as logically as possible.
Where possible, give in on some detail. But, if
there is something that you absolutely have your
own heart set on... go ahead and cry uncontrollably
until you get your way.