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No matter where you and your future groom are wed, your wedding will have the same meaning and give you the same new start to a simmering beginning together, however destination weddings can add a little extra touch to the wedding of your dreams.

When planning a destination wedding talk about different places where you would like to be united. An advantage to having a destination wedding is being able to have your ceremony and honeymoon in the same location. One way to get any ideas about where to hold your destination wedding is to check out any of the different resort locations on the internet. Most resorts offer wedding packages that have many things included, even a wedding planner. Most you need to do is provide the bride and groom! If you need more control over your large day use these tips and ideas for planning one of the biggest days in your life.

As with every wedding, prepare a wedding planner or organizer. This will keep tasks organized and remind you of dates that certain tasks need to be accomplished by. Remember that by having a destination wedding, you’ll be planning your event long distance, so it will be important to have a list of things that need to be done before you arrive.

When inviting guests to your destination wedding, send out announcements early, letting them know which hotel to call to reserve rooms, as well as dates and times for plane tickets so they may be purchased in advance. You may also think about having a large reception when you return home for those who cannot attend your wedding. Send out separate announcements for this and let them know they’ll have a chance to congratulate you at a later date.

For destination weddings it is important to check on regulations and laws. If you’re being married outside of the United States, one should have passports, blood tests, a U. S. marriage license, if needed, and any other paperwork that will need to be completed. Stay ahead of the game so when you arrive at your destination many things is in order.

Also think about how you’ll get your attire to your destination wedding. Rather than trying to check many things in at the airport on the day you fly out, ship many things separately two weeks in advance. Call the destination and confirm that many things arrived in a peaceful state. This will also give you two weeks extra time in the event that something is damaged in travel.

Do not forget to hire a photographer, clergy, wedding planner and bakery to finish your wedding. For information on different services offered, you can contact the destination’s Visitor Bureau.

A few of the more popular destination wedding spots include Jamaica in the Caribbean, the Florida Keys, the blue waters of Hawaii, and Las Vegas, with its hundreds of wedding chapels.

As long as you plan ahead and anticipate a few challenges, your destination wedding is sure to be day to remember.

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