Is there are part of you that just wants to run away and get married? It seems like most couples toy with the idea of having a destination wedding and going through with it has become increasingly popular. When I was planning my wedding, having a ceremony at the beach was definitely in the cards. Even though we didn’t decide to do a destination wedding, it’s a great option for couples who don’t want a traditional wedding or simply want to celebrate somewhere away from home. I wrote a post recently for tree.com that explores some of the pros and cons of having a destination wedding. You can read the full article here.
Weighing your Options – When you’re a new bride or groom, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the decisions you have to make. If you choose to have a destination wedding, your options are often limited to what the venue (or resort) provides and their list of preferred vendors. When you don’t know an area very well, you’re more prone to go with what the venue offers and that can make the decision-making process a little easier. However, if you’re a picky bride and you want a lot of unique details, you should think twice before booking a venue that makes those decisions for you.