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He popped the question and you said yes! Now it is time to plan an absolutely dreamy wedding ceremony. If you are planning to celebrate your special occasion in a far-off place, it is important to plan all of the details thoroughly in advance. Here are a few tips on how to plan a destination wedding that will help ensure the happiness of you, your significant other, and all your guests.
It is your wedding, so you should be able to have wherever you want, right? While it is true that the day revolves around you, it may be a little disappointing if no one is able to come to your wedding celebration on a remote (and expensive) island. If possible, balance your desire for an exotic locale with any budgetary constraints that your guests may have. There are plenty of beautiful and affordable tropical locations that make absolutely stunning wedding destinations.
Normally, experts advise that formal wedding invitations be sent out approximately six to eight weeks before the big day. However, destination wedding invitations need to be sent out earlier than that in order to give guests adequate time to make necessary traveling arrangements. Aim to put your invitations in the mail between two and three months in advance. To give your guests a taste of what they can look forward to, try to set the mood for your nuptials with themed invitations.
Few things are worse than an ungrateful bride, so make sure you properly thank your guests for their gifts and attendance by designing your personalized Shutterfly thank you cards well before the big day arrives.