There’s something hugely exciting about planning a destination wedding. From the stunning scenery of a Beach or Mountain area, to the adventurous aspect of a Mexico or Bahamas wedding – there are so many benefits to combining a getaway into your wedding plans.
Making It Unforgettable
Destination weddings are certainly memorable, because you are creating much more of a weekend experience for you and your guests. There is definitely a sense of a special shared memory created by having your nearest and dearest fly out to your perfect destination. Whether you choose a location that holds a special place in your family’s heart or want to discover a new place together with your fiancé and your guests, there are a lot of logistics to think about when choosing your location. Such as, flight time, how many flights to get there, passports, customs, weather, etc. You will need to take all of these things into consideration and this is where a destination wedding planner can REALLY help you!
Extending The Celebrations
When people have traveled great lengths to get to your wedding, you will want to make the logistics easy, and include them in all of your wedding celebrations! Whether it’s hosting a welcome party after an intimate rehearsal dinner or hosting a relaxed post wedding brunch, you can really make the most of your celebrations. Depending on your location, you could also plan a fun outing together, such as a water rafting trip, ice skating adventure, or a sunset booze cruise.
Saving Money On Your Wedding Budget
It may seem counter-intuitive, but destination weddings can be kinder to your budget. This is because you tend to get more all-inclusive packages where everything is covered. This often makes your budget go further than booking everything using separate suppliers, and takes a lot of the co-ordination headaches out of planning your big day. Also, you can naturally reduce your guest count when planning a destination wedding, which allows you more flexibility in your planning. We find that our client’s budgets can really go far in all the wonderful Mexico destinations, such as Sayulita, Cabo, and Tulum.
Keeping It Low Stress
When you choose a destination wedding, things are generally a lot more straightforward. The guest list tends to be smaller, meaning you don’t have to worry about which work colleagues and acquaintances to invite along. It will only be people who you genuinely care about. The key to a successful destination wedding is making plans early. The infographic below will help you to check things off in advance and look forward to an enjoyable wedding day.
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