Destination weddings are all the rage right now. They offer the perfect combination of adventure and romance. Whether you’d like to say your vows barefoot on a beach or while overlooking a mountain range, you’ll want to take a few things into consideration before booking the accommodations. Take a look at the top three things you should investigate before moving forward with a destination wedding:
We don’t want to burst your wedding bubble, but destination weddings are costly for you and your guests. Compare your destination costs to a few local options and weigh the pros and cons before writing any checks.
All weddings require a ton of planning, but when it comes to a destination wedding you want to allow extra time for your guests to save a little money, take time off and make arrangements needed to take part in your special day. A destination wedding tends to limit your guest list, which can be a good thing and a bad thing. Remember, fewer people are willing to commit to a wedding that’s out of town.
For more couples the destination wedding doubles as their honeymoon. If that’s the case, you’ll probably be spending your honeymoon with friends and family around. If you want a quiet honeymoon, this might not be your best option.
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