This is what you should avoid when planning a destination wedding

My husband and I decided to have our wedding in France this year. We did research on the internet and thought it would be nice to share with you everything that we learned from it. It is much easier to find some tips that can help you to have wedding of your dreams but everyone … Continue reading “This is what you should avoid when planning a destination wedding”

My husband and I decided to have our wedding in France this year. We did research on the internet and thought it would be nice to share with you everything that we learned from it. It is much easier to find some tips that can help you to have wedding of your dreams but everyone forget about the things that you should avoid. This article is aimed to serve as a guide  for your perfect destination wedding.

You do not need to invite everybody you know. Having huge destination wedding can be really stressful. Think about having 50-60 guests so everyone can enjoy their time and join excursions.

You do not need to pay for everyone and everything. Your guests do not expect you to pay for flight ticket or hotel. However, you might be able to get them some discount when it comes to accommodation.

Start planning your wedding at least one year ahead and email your invitations to guests on time. We suggest you to do that 3 months in advance.

Destination weddings can be a great holiday and celebration at the same time so make sure you plan the whole weekend and not just your special day. As your guests will be at unknown destination, it is your responsibility to keep the entertained.

You can create a Pinterest board and  share your ideas with your wedding planners and coordinators. This way you can know for sure that they understand  your ideas and decor style.

You do not to spend so much money on floral decor. Stunning ceremony location near the ocean can be equally  beautiful  and eye catching.

We hope that this article made you think about having a destination wedding somewhere in France.