By Lucy Bennett of The Boutique Wedding Co.
So for years you’ve been dreaming about getting married abroad. A destination wedding that’ll be unique, stylish, romantic and fun. Incorporating all of the things you love most in this world. Your closest family & friends, your favourite location, decorated to perfection with wonderful music, delicious food and drinks and the making of unforgettable memories!
It’s guaranteed that most people you invite will be over the moon and see this as a great opportunity for a once in a lifetime holiday with amazing family & friends! For some others, many questions will come to mind: how much will it cost, how much time off work will they need. If they have children, are the kids invited and does the wedding fall within the school holidays? Then there is researching the flights, hotels and what to wear! So many things to consider in their already busy, busy lives!
So, how to make this all happen easily, stress free and without upsetting your beloved guests? Just follow this guide from The Boutique Wedding Co. and bring your dream of a perfect destination wedding to life!! Ensuring an amazing, unforgettable experience for you and your guests.
There is no question about it, planning ahead when you are getting married abroad is the best advice you can receive. Wedding venues, photographers and accommodation can all get booked up 12-18 months in advance. There’s passport arrangements to make, holiday time from work, booking flights and all of the suppliers are just a few things you’ll need to handle well in advance of your big day. Send your save-the-dates out as soon as you confirm your wedding date, possibly 12-10 months in advance and ensure your invitations go out at least 6 months prior.Continue reading