The only Latin translation I found for "honeymoon" or "wedding trip" is iter nuptiale. It is a sensible translation, but I could only find very recent uses. (Google search results are personalized, so others may see other results.) I am quite satisfied with iter nuptiale for modern uses, but I am interested in older phrases for this purpose. Namely:
- How old is iter nuptiale? A terminus ante quem is fine; the timing doesn't have to be perfect.
- Where there other expressions in use for this purpose? The modern concept of honeymoon is quite recent, so I leave it for your judgement to decide what constitutes a sufficiently similar trip.
I am not looking for any specific era, as I don't know how far back the concept or word goes. It might be exclusively modern or there might be classical precedent for all I know.