10. Start planning well in time
Destination wedding locations are usually booked up months, if not a year in advance. If you begin your planning 6 months before the day, you’ll find many choices closed to you. It’s important to begin planning well in advance. Sure, you can plan your destination wedding in a month if you can afford many extra expenses and if your guests are ready to change their summer vacation plans.
Planning a wedding away from home isn’t easy. You need to take more serious decisions, make more bookings, discuss your plans with your wedding guests, and spend more money than you planned. While a destination wedding does take extra effort, the results can be well worth it. Have you already picked a location for your wedding destination? Do you have any other tips to share?