If you are planning a destination wedding, you should certainly take these things into consideration Blog

Planning a destination wedding is not easy – we’re not going to lie to you and nobody else in the wedding industry will. And yet, it can be more than worth putting in the effort to plan a wedding at a destination far from home, surrounded by absolute natural gorgeousness, in an environment that makes you and your guests feel truly happy and fulfilled. Yes, every minute of planning a destination wedding will be paid back when you see just how amazing it has all turned out.

What are the specific issues associated with planning destination weddings, though? We have gathered some tips for you – so read on and find out more.

  • Depending on where you are from and where you plan on getting married, you should check and double-check the legality of your marriage once you return. You’d be surprised, but there are huge differences even within the United States itself!
  • The sad truth is that not all of the guests you invite will actually be able to make it to the wedding. Those who do RSVP, though, should find it as easy as possible to travel, accommodate themselves and find the venue – so provide them with all the info needed.
  • Packing a luggage can be difficult regardless of where you go – but packing for a wedding (and probably a honeymoon too) can be extra-difficult. Be sure you make a list and take everything into account.
  • Vendors and venue. Chances are you won’t meet your vendors or see your venue until your Big Day. Ideally, you should have a wedding planner at your location and you should travel there at least once when planning the Big Day. However, if you cannot do that, be sure you choose someone you can communicate with in an efficient way.

 

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