By Worldwide Journey Vacations
The planning stages of your destination wedding is so important. Worldwide Journey Vacations will work with you to find your ideal wedding venue. Your guests can book their travel with us, too. Together we can work to make your dream wedding a reality.
Spend your big day getting pampered! WJV will coordinate with your on-site wedding coordinator to help ensure that the details are taken care of. You will have opportunities beforehand to work with the wedding planners to personalize your ceremony.
The Honeymoon can be just as amazing as the wedding. Guests who book with WJV will have assistance making sure that they have a great travel experience. Meanwhile, you can begin your honeymoon at the same venue as your wedding, or choose something different. It’s up to you!
What is a Destination Wedding?
Simply put, a destination wedding is a wedding that takes place away from the couple’s hometown and where most of the guests will be required to travel. While some people opt to go to a Caribbean island, you can have your destination wedding anywhere. Popular U.S. wedding locations include Florida, California, and Las Vegas. I had mine in Houston.
Why choose a Destination Wedding?
Many couples love the idea of having a unique wedding experience. In fact, recent surveys have suggested that they account for up tp 25% of all weddings.
Destination weddings provide couples with an opportunity to make their wedding more personalized than ever. Whether you’re looking for elegance, adventure, beach, cultural or a combo all your own, there’s nothing quite like a destination wedding.
There is also the potential to save money. Some venues will offer free in-house wedding consultants to work with. Other people work with their own wedding planner and coordinate with an in-house team for the final details.
Why a Destination Wedding may not be the right fit.
Destination weddings are not the right choice for everyone. You need to consider whether your guests can afford to attend the wedding or can make the necessary arrangements. If the people who are most important can make it and you’re flexible on the rest, than it may be a good fit. If not, you may need to think of alternatives.