A destination wedding can combine the ceremony and the honeymoon in one romantic place. Most couples are choosing destination weddings for several reasons:
1. Save more money for your sweet honeymoon. Fewer guests attend which reduces food and beverage costs. Wedding packages offered at destinations often include just the basic ceremony amenities, which cuts half or more of traditional ones’ budget.
2. It’s becoming easier to finance with the help of gift registries now offering for example, airline mileage over pots and pans. Guests may want to purchase resort spa treatments, snorkeling excursions or other amenities for the bride and the groom.
3. Easier wedding planning. Most destinations have in-house wedding coordinators who will work with you to hammer out a budget, help prepare legal documents for out of country weddings, fine tune reception details and transportation.
And all of the things you have to take into consideration above have been taken care of by the Internet. The only thing and the first thing you have to get started is doing your homework by surfing the Internet for useful information. Experience from the married couples will be great. Check out everything about the local licence you need to getting married there. Make hotel check-ins for you families and friends attending your ceremony in advance and so on. Pick any spot in the world and there is sure to be a corresponding web page complete with pictures and information on what is included in the destination wedding package.
Here are some honey moon palaces most would-be couples and real couples prefer the most:
The Moon Palace is part of the Palace Resorts groups. And here you will be treated like royalty! The attentive staff, easy check-in and check-out procedures and the amenities of this all-inclusive resort make it a favorite of “just married” couples.
Brides will love the day spa and salon on the property. Both are there to help prepare you for your wedding day of beauty.
Entertaining your guests is easy. Its giant pool winds the length of the property. There’s an onsite gym, jogging path, and opening soon, an 18-hole golf course designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus.
But don’t forget about the obvious. The white sandy beaches, jet skiing, parasailing and sun tanning are exactly what you’ll need to relax during your stay. Each room has a balcony with a hammock for an extra touch of romance.
The price tag for a four day all-inclusive stay for 20 people, including air fare, could run about $20,000.
Wyndham Resorts offer upscale accommodations as wedding destinations in the United States, Caribbean and Mexico. It is now easier to design the wedding of your dreams on their new “Destination Weddings By Wyndham” web site.
The site is organized into 14 categories, including planning, ceremony, honeymoon, wedding album and special offers. Brides and grooms can choose their location, view the property in a virtual tour, and read what other couples are saying about their experience on this easy to navigate site.
In the Mexican Riviera you’ll find Cancun. This is one of the most romantic destination wedding/honeymoon spots on the planet. Cool, off-shore breezes wind around shady palm trees. The view is spectacular for wedding pictures and videography. There are dozens of resorts to choose from the 14 mile hotel strip or in remote boutique properties surrounding Cancun.
If you plan to have a unique wedding, destination weddings can be a nice choice. Destination weddings provide you the freedom to create the dream you’ve always wanted for your big wedding day. Make your dream come true and show your individuality.