If you’re in the beginning stages of wedding planning, it may seem as if there are only two options to get married – going to the courthouse or hosting a large wedding. However, eloping and creating your own kind of wedding day is beginning to catch
There are several potential cost-saving benefits to having a destination wedding. Read this post to learn more, and consider if a wedding away is the right choice for your big day!
Find out how choosing a destination for your wedding based on currency rates can save you money!
This post is sponsored by Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina. All opinions are our own. You’ve probably heard that one way to plan a beautiful wedding on a budget is to consider a destination wedding. But let’s be real… traveling internationally is anything but cheap most
Today’s real wedding is a true example of the power of love. Joanna and Chris had planned for a Fall wedding earlier in the year. When Hurricane Harvey hit at the end of August complicating their plans, they decided to go through with it anyway! We
Whether you’re looking for that dreamy wedding on a beach with the Caribbean in the background, or you want a small intimate party somewhere far away, a destination wedding can be the answer to your wedding day dilemmas. While it may be tempting to ditch the big
Considering a destination wedding? Believe it or not, it is totally possible to have your big day out of town. Whether you dream of getting hitched on a beach or even out of the country, with proper budgeting and planning, you can have that destination wedding
Sandals South Coast sponsored our stay in Jamaica. All opinions are the author’s own are not endorsed by Sandals, Aisle Society, or their affiliates. As a huge blustery snowstorm beats up the East Coast, let’s all take a break and drink in some heavenly Destination Wedding
I love that more and more couples are opting for budget-savvy destination weddings. Not only do destination weddings offer couples a chance to get creative with their planning, they also naturally keep the guest list short. Maggie and George planned a beautiful and budget savvy destination wedding
Last month, I discussed the ‘reverse’ destination wedding, staying Stateside; this month, we’ll discuss the overseas European affair, and how to set a sensible destination wedding budget for your glamorous getaway. You’d be surprised how you can save big. Here’s how: Keep up on exchange rates.
I feel like I’m just overflowing with love and happiness and gratefulness (is that a word!?) We’re home!!! We made it back to the states early Monday morning and wow, I can’t even put into words how amazing our two weeks in Mexico were. It was
*This post has been sponsored by Apple Vacations.* Maybe it’s because we are now in the middle of Winter, but I find myself dreaming of escaping to a tropical paradise more often these days. And what better way to warm your heart (and body) than by
About 25% of all weddings are considered “Destination Weddings,” according to the most recent statistics, but many consider those weddings to be abroad, in a tropical or European locale. These come with the attendant costs of travel and lodging at upscale properties. I’ve planned my share of destination
I’m a little less than 3 months out from our tropical wedding in Mexico! I can’t believe how quickly time has been flying, but we gave ourselves quite a bit of time to plan (thank goodness!). Now that we are down to the final months before,
Destination weddings are known for being more affordable than most traditional weddings, and that is mostly because they usually have a smaller number of guests. However, the tab can start to creep up for both the bride and groom and especially for guests. Once you throw