In Lana Del Rey's new song, "Honeymoon," she and Mr. Born To Lose are set to embark on their, well, honeymoon. And given Lana's propensity for tragedy -- and the rather ominous lyrics in the song -- we're guessing it probably won't end with kisses, roses and some golden brown tans. Regardless, we asked the experts to plan the perfect post-martial getaway for Mr. and Mrs. Del Rey.
Wedding planner Maya Katz, of New York's Alimay Events & Productions, designed a custom honeymoon for Lana -- based on her new track, off of her upcoming record by the same name, which is due out in September. She left out peyote, gunplay and recreational lying-by-the-highway-with-tigers, but we're guessing those activities are just implicit.
The LocationKeith Levit / Design Pics
"Amangiri in Utah -- it's located on 600 acres in Canyon Point, Southern Utah, close to the Arizona border and is tucked into a protected valley with views toward the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The resort blends into its dramatic surroundings where deep canyons and towering plateaus create a raw landscape of immense power."
"Lana’s song is very raw and talks about power, violence, struggle, love and serenity. I envision a place that could capture all this where the couple could road trip to, have some adventures but still have moments of relaxation and peace."
What She And Her Dude Could DoPatrick Foto
"An excursion to Lake Powell and its beautiful turquoise waters and hidden away bays would be the perfect place to dream and disconnect. The lake also provides access to the most amazing scenery and geological formations on the Colorado Plateau. Another activity could be to float down the Colorado River between the high walls of Navajo sandstone. Scenic aerial flights and hot air ballon rides would also add some adventure and romance to the trip."
Also Maybe Food?
"For dining, maybe private dinners at the lake or villa and some rustic cuisine cooked in wood-fired ovens. This place is just serene, quiet, raw and beautiful and would be a great place to foster creativity, write music and relax."