A destination wedding sounds like a dream: you get to go on a trip with your closest friends and family, everyone gets to celebrate your love, and you can all enjoy some much-needed R&R. However, there’s a lot more that goes into planning for such an event than just picking out your dress or suit. But don’t worry—we’ve got you covered! Here are our top do’s (and don’ts) when planning a destination wedding so that yours can be picture-perfect.
We were so privileged to work with Chantelle and Eric planning and executing their wedding at Majestic Elegance Costa Mujeres. This wedding was truly an experience for all of us, from the moment we started working together to the day of their wedding. So, we sat down with the bride to discuss all the details of their big day!
Getting married abroad can be a fun and rewarding experience. From the ceremony to the honeymoon, you’ll have many new experiences that you’ll cherish for years to come. Whether you opt for a destination wedding a resort or in a historic city center, it is an unforgettable event that you’ll look back on fondly for years to come.
Congratulations! You got engaged! You’ve been showered with cards, gifts, and well wishes, and you’re feeling the love. We know this is an exciting and overwhelming time for you and your partner. But, before you get too far into the bliss of your new engagement, there are a few things you should discuss with your partner.
Now that you’ve decided on getting married away from home, one of the first things you need to decide is where you will get married. Choosing the location for your wedding is one of the most significant decisions you’ll make — it impacts every other part of your big day. Of course, this choice could be as simple as choosing between two locations you have always dreamt of, but this can be overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. Whether you’re interested in saying “I do” on a beach in Mexico or tying the knot in a tropical rain forest, here are ten stunning destination wedding locations across the Caribbean.