Make A Statement With A Destination Wedding
The newest trend in weddings is to get out of town—literally. Destination weddings are the latest rage because the couple gets to exchange their vows in private or with just a select few friends. Here’s how to do it. Getting on a plane A destination wedding isn’t a destination wedding unless you’re off to somewhere exotic and remote. You might pick a tropical island like Hawaii or somewhere in Bali. Perhaps the rugged mountains of the Pacific Northwest or the deserts of Australia call to you.
This is your dream, pick exactly what you want. Realize that the farther that you go, the less people will want to or be able to come with you. And this might be exactly what you’re looking for--just a simple wedding with you and your soon-to-be spouse. In either case, you will still want to send out announcements of your wedding date so that your friends and family will know. In many cases, you can get married at the destination wedding, and then have a reception when you get home.
Why these are popular Destination weddings take away a lot of the traditional planning of the traditional wedding. There aren’t the crowds of people to meet and greet. There aren’t the floral and cake and decoration meetings. In most cases, these resorts will do everything for you so you get to relax and enjoy your day. And the pictures that you will have from this wedding day. How many others can say that they were married in front of a waterfall or the setting sun on the ocean? It’s the scenery that brings people to destination weddings because it’s unlike anything that they could have created in their hometown. A move toward ancient culture tradition is also in vogue. Many couples are being married by the native priests and ministers in the traditional ways of the tribes that live there. In Hawaii, you can be married in the Polynesian tradition, with a hula dance and everything. Being able to invite only those people that you love is a great way to enter into married life together.
The settings are intimate and private, so you can just enjoy each other. Destination weddings can be expensive weddings for your family to attend, so you may want to turn on a video camera when the actual vows are exchanged. Then go on your honeymoon, enjoy yourself, and go back home to celebrate with your family.
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