Destination Weddings

A destination wedding can be the most memorable and romatic event in your life, but many brides decide against them for several reasons. Some brides decide against a destination wedding because they want to make sure that the people that they care about the most are able to travel there. You will be suprised at how many people will be willing to travel to your wedding, if you tell them far enough in advance. Make sure to give them at least 6 months notice so that they could save enough money to travel with you. It doesn’t have to be an expensive location, like Tahiti. You could choose a less expensive destination like the Bahamas, so that more of your friends and relatives could make the trip. Now, if you have money like Donald Trump, you can pay for everyone you know to go. (Please contact me if you do. :) )
Another issue may be lack of variety. When you book a wedding along with your honeymoon, your choices may be limited when it comes to your photographer, your caterer and so on. If you are determined to book your wedding and your honeymoon at the same location, make sure that the location has a good reputation and read the fine print. There may be restrictions on what you can do. For example, they may not allow you to use your own wedding photographer. So do some research before you take the plunge.

One of the advantages of destination weddings is the cost savings. Some resorts offer free or reduced costs destination weddings when you book your honeymoon with them. This is where you ask loads of questions for some things may not be included with your free wedding ceremony. For example, the photographer may only perform a limited amount of shots.

Another advantage is that it is stress free. No worrying about what to do and how to do it. You just basically show up in comparison to planning your own wedding.

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Filed under: Destination Weddings — vicky at 7:54 pm on Friday, March 17, 2006