CREATE A WINDOW TO YOUR DESITNATION
With destination weddings on the
rise, it is becoming more and more
important for couples to have a means
for informing their guests of their
upcoming wedding plans as well as
provide recommendations for out-of-town
Wedding websites allow your guests
one-stop shopping when it comes time
for them to arrange their travel
plans as well as other details. You
can be as specific as you wish and
link your website directly to the
hotel reservation pages that you
would like to recommend to your guests.
You will find that having a website
is not only a time-saver but a budget-saver
as well. The multiple mailings that
can sometimes become necessary to
communicate with your guests can
easily eat up a good portion of any
wedding budget. Allowing your guests
to RSVP online will also cut down
on your wedding expenses. No need
for RSVP cards! However, you can
always order just enough for those
guests who may not be web savvy.
weddings have definitely become
a way for couples to express
their style in a less traditional
way. If you choose to have your wedding
in a destination location, try to
make it a fun experience for you
and your fiancé as well as
for your guests.
Destination Wedding Tips
1. Location, Location, Location.
When selecting a location, choose
one that appeals to your tastes
and wedding style. Keep in mind,
however, that because it won't
be as easy as going down the street
to the local church to attend your
wedding, you'll have to assume
that your guest list may be smaller.
You'll need to get a good sense
about the number of attendees you
wish to have before selecting your
event facility so you can be confident
that it will be appropriate for
2. Less is More. Destination weddings
can be expensive not only for those
getting married, but also for those
attending. Try to be mindful of that
when selecting your wedding site
so those who are closest to you can
afford to attend. Consider having
your wedding during the off-season
so costs will be lower. Traditionally,
accommodation expenses are covered
for the bridesmaids by the bride's
family and for the groomsmen by the
groom's family. All other guests
should be responsible for their own
expenses. Most hotels will work with
you to offer group discounts.
3. Assist your Guests. You may know
the location that you will be flying
off to for your dream wedding like
the back of your hand, but most of
your guests will not. Your wedding
website can be a tool to help you
educate your guests about the area,
local attractions, accommodation
ideas, the weather and directions.
Making their job easier will only
amount in a larger turnout at your
wedding. Use your website to remind
them of the things they may not consider
such as a passport if required for
your chosen location.
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