Many couples want to have a destination wedding but are intimidated by the challenges that come with it. Their worries are valid. For starters, many guests might not have the means to fly out of state. Local wedding suppliers whose products you fell in love with might be unable to deliver to your chosen destination.
Congratulations, you’re engaged! Right now, you’re ecstatic and excited to make your dream wedding come to life, but to do so would mean spending a significant sum. A wedding in the US costs $33,931 on average, according to The Knot’s 2018 Real Weddings Study. Excluding the honeymoon, here’s the breakdown of the overall wedding spending: Reception Venue:
Turning your dream wedding into a reality is no small feat. Even if you’ve pictured everything down to the last detail, it’s difficult to solidify your vision. This is where professional wedding management services come in. But out of the many wedding planners, coordinators, designers, and consultants who offer you their services, which one do
Beach weddings and destination weddings are still in style, and there’s no better place to throw one than Hawaii. The Big Island is a popular location for beach weddings for its pristine beaches and breathtaking views. The sun setting on the Pacific’s cerulean waters provides the perfect backdrop for the exchange of “I dos,” which
Destination weddings are the best — you tie the knot with the love of your life while on vacation with your nearest and dearest. Destination weddings are a lot to handle, however. At least, the logistics are. First, you have to find the perfect wedding venue. It needs to be both gorgeous and accessible to your
We’ve heard it plenty of times, but it’s the truth: your wedding is your special day and you want it to be perfect. The perfect wedding doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a product of hard work, time, and a ton of lists: guest lists, budget, dates-to-remember, to-do lists, and more. All of these can flood a