I loooooooooooooooove to travel, so I empathize with you! If you’re always wanted to see Paris, go for it!
That said, I will admit that I had always wanted to visit Paris, and finally went last month. It wasn’t exactly what I had been dreaming! For example, the line to get into Notre Dame stretched across the whole plaza in front of the church, and inside, it was so crowded that there was absolutely zero sense of spirituality. Similarly, there were long lines and huge crowds in Saint Chapelle, the Louvre, the Orsay Museum, the Rodin Museum, Arc de Triumphe, etc. And these lines were despite the fact that we had bought the Paris Museum Pass (covers most sights and allows you to skip ticket lines, but not security lines).
The Eiffel tower was the worst: the lines were hideously long (even though we had booked tickets in advance, you still have to go through security lines and then lines for multiple elevators to go up and down to different levels). We had been told to book our tickets far in advance (because apparently tickets to the top can sell out), but the day we chose ended up being a grey, rainy day (and of course, there was no ability to refund or exchange the tickets for a better day). So, it was crowded, hectic, cold, and rainy, with dull grey views over the city! Not exactly the romantic Eiffel experience that I had been imagining!
All that said, we did have some great experiences in Paris. I loved the Orsay museum and the Louvre, despite the crowds. And we had some excellent food (and amazing hot chocolate at Angelina’s). And our hotel had a rooftop deck with gorgeous views of the Eiffel tower at sunset.
Depending on how much time you have for your honeymoon, you might consider spending a few days in Paris, and then getting out of the city and visiting somewhere less crowded for a while (such as the romantic Loire Valley, with its castles and wineries).