A Few Tips on Planning a Destination Wedding December 1, 2016 23:45

Let's be honest, a Destination Wedding is a dream for many couples looking to tie the knot, but often for one reason or the other, many drop this idea. Why? Well, one of the biggest reasons is the expense.

People assume that a Destination Weddings are only for people with lots of money but that's not always the case. It can be very affordable, depending on how well you plan for it.

So, if you want to be the next couple getting married in Hawaii then we have some tips for you.

  1. Plan early

    For executing any job successfully, proper planning is crucial. If you don’t plan properly then you might end up paying a lot more than you bargained for. One of the factors that you should consider is time. Before fixing the wedding date, do a bit of research and learn when would be the best time for a wedding. It again depends on airfare, availability of guests, the weather in your desired destination, and other costs. Chalk out your plan and decide on a timeline. Work as per the timeline and don’t delay things.

    It's always good to avoid making plans during festivals or other public events. If the dates clash with your wedding, it may cause some inconvenience.

  2. Keep things within budget

    Destination Weddings can get expensive if you don’t keep a check on your bank balance. Everything from the flight tickets to booking the destination can cost you a lot of money. Make a budget and promise yourselves that you won’t exceed the budget limit. Make a list of all the things you need and all the people you need to invite and work accordingly.

  3. Learn about your Island

    Before you pack your bags and leave in a hurry, search for hotels, know the prices and learn about the island you're visiting. Remember that we plan everything for your Wedding so it gives you time for some adventure sports or any other activities for that matter in the surrounding areas.

We're here to make the whole process easy and stress-free. We plan everything so "All you have to do is show up".