So you are planning your wedding. Isn't it exciting? First you need to choose a location for your ceremony. Then there is the reception area.
It seems that more and more people are giving up traditional grand weddings for smaller, more attractive destination relationships with just the bride and groom or perhaps a small number of close family members. And why not. Given the high cost of wedding planning these days, a destination wedding or vacation makes sense.
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Let's take a look at what your wedding planning list might have for your purpose:
1. Choice of destination
That's part of the fun. You have a lot of fun choices in front of you. You can marry:
When planning a location for your wedding or vacation destination, think about what year you will get married. You can cut costs significantly by getting through the low season at the location you choose.
2. Make a travel plan
Preparing your travel plans in advance will also reduce costs. Also, be creative in deciding how to travel. Maybe you can travel by train instead of by plane. A train can add more romance to your wedding plans.
3. Legal issues
You will need to review the laws governing marriage in the location of your choice. If you are a US citizen and wish to marry in another country, for example, you should research what documents you may need. There may also be a waiting period that is longer from receiving a marriage certificate to actually getting married. Also, make sure you have a recent passport.