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The babymoon destinations to add to your bucket list before the little one arrives.

Itching to reconnect with your partner before you welcome a little one into the world? Booking a babymoon is an excuse to do just that. We researched and rounded up the top destinations to head to, so you don’t have to – plus, our best-selling getaway styles to add to your packing list.

Whether you’re feeling a sandy beach weekend or days spent in a charming small town, any one of these locations are babymoon-approved. Nervous about traveling? Even if you’re not, it’s always best to review your plans with your doctor. And of course, stay up to date on current CDC guidelines & travel advisories.

Stone Harbor

If you’re on the East Coast and are looking for a quick weekend trip that still feels like a world away, book a B&B in this quaint New Jersey beach town. There are boutiques & restaurants and a stunning stretch of beach for sunset strolls. The perfect quiet getaway for two.

Turks & Caicos

For the bluest waters and most tranquil beaches, Turks & Caicos is a no-brainer. You can engage in water activities aplenty, from snorkeling to paddle boarding and sailing. Bonus points for how easy it is to get to (only a little over an hour flight from Miami). Add this romantic spot to the top of your list.

Catalina Island

…or for our West Coast muses, hop on a quick boat to Catalina Island, just southwest of LA. You can relax on the beach, shop ‘til you drop, rent a golf cart & explore, or lace up your trainers to hit the trail for an easy hike and some animal spotting.

Miami Beach

This sunny location is ideal for a do-whatever-you-want vacation. There’s a lot to pack in – an outdoor mall, restaurants, and South Pointe Park, which boasts walking trails, beach access, and picnic areas – but you can also do…not much of anything, and still have a memorable trip soaking up the Miami sun.

Quebec City

For a taste of that European charm without the long flight, head to Quebec City instead, specifically, the historical district of Auberge Saint-Antoine. You & your partner will adore the cobbled streets, farm-to-table eateries, and elegance that greets you at every turn.

If there’s anything you don’t need help with, it’s packing for a dreamy & chic getaway, but we’re giving you a nudge anyway. Here are the pregnancy dresses, maternity tops, maternity jeans & more that are our personal favorites for the trip of a lifetime. 


BB Dakota Tiered Maternity Dress

This sleeveless maxi comes in a breezy form that makes it perfect for sunny destinations. It flows in the breeze for all of your daytime adventures, and pairs best with chunky sandals and tousled waves.

Pietro Brunelli Embroidery Maternity Dress

Summertime laid-back style at its finest. This white mini from Pietro Brunelli is effortless enough to wear throughout the day, but can be easily styled up for dinner by the water. Stun your partner with this little embroidered number.

One Piece Maternity Swimsuit UPF 50+

You can’t go on any babymoon without this flattering striped one piece. Designed with tie shoulder details and vertical navy/white stripes, this suit was made with palm trees & calm waves in mind. It also comes with UPF 50+ fabric so you have some extra peace of mind.

Off The Shoulder Maternity Shirt

This top simply screams summer, with its off the shoulder, breezy silhouette and pink floral print that stands out from the crowd. It pairs well with white jeans & heels, but can look just as chic with denim cutoffs.

Articles Of Society Secret Fit Belly Straight Leg Maternity Jeans

We know every modern muse loves their denim collection, and rocking a bump doesn’t have to change that. This straight leg pair from Articles Of Society comes in an enviable medium wash with a destructed design to give you that effortless out-of-office style you’ve been aiming for.

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