Traveling with children can be challenging, but when you're invited to a destination wedding the thought of leaving them behind is often impractical and usually unthinkable. Here are some great ways to get your children involved and make the most out of this special occasion.
The food you serve at your reception can make or break your day. Depending on your destination and the time of year you’re getting married, you may find that a traditional wedding cake is just too heavy. Here are some great ideas for alternative dessert options.
Destination weddings are a wonderful way to bring together friends and family who may not otherwise have had a chance to meet and mingle. Of course, there can be some awkwardness when the only thing they have in common is you, so help them out a little bit with some activities to bring them together during their stay.
Imagine standing at the edge of the world’s largest waterfall and uttering “I Do” to the person you have decided to spend the rest of your life with. A destination wedding in Victoria Falls, Zambia, is unquestionably an experience not to be forgotten.
Your guests have travelled hundreds or thousands of miles and probably gone to a great deal of expense to share your wedding day with you. Show a little appreciation for their efforts by providing a welcome bag with a few essentials and some special goodies to spoil them during their stay.
Every bride-to-be is worried about how she'll look on her big day. She'll be the centre of attention, with hundreds of eyes following her every move, not to mention the deluge of cameras just waiting to snap a pic at an unflattering angle. Here are some tips to help you get fit and find that inner glow of health in time for your dream wedding.
Across the world, life events are often celebrated with a little bubbly. When the marriage vows are said and done, you toast the happy couple with France’s finest. Although a perfectly good tradition, why not take it to the next level and create a signature wedding cocktail for your destination wedding?
Destination weddings are personal, intimate, and exciting experiences for both you and your guests. But they also come with their own list of demands – travel costs, transportation arrangements, not to mention possible language barriers! But don’t worry, with a little extra research and some solid communication, you can keep your guest list – and yourselves – happy. Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind while planning your destination wedding.
So, you've got your dress, the cake maker, your DJ, your rings, your flowers and your invitations. There's only one essential service you need to book: your photographer. But, there are so many to choose from and so many different prices and packages. Your big day is just months away.
It’s no secret that planning a wedding can be a little bit stressful. You’re balancing budgets and expectations, managing a long list of vendors, and trying to please an even longer lost of family and friends. It can be easy to get swept away in all of the details. But these three simple tips can help keep you grounded and focused on the things that really matter.
The cost of throwing your perfect wedding has skyrocketed over the years, and many brides are turning to DIY solutions to keep decor costs under control.
There are many reasons why your friends and family may not be able to make it to your destination wedding. But that doesn’t mean they have to miss out entirely. Here are a few ways to include the guests who can only be with you in spirit.