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Destination Wedding Tips

You want your guests to walk away from your wedding weekend saying, "That was so them!" Your wedding elements - not just location, but also activities and overall vibe - should say something about your personal style and your passions.

If you live in a US metropolitan city where event facilities are in high demand, like New York City, then holding your wedding in Mexico will likely be less expensive than doing it at home, even when you factor in airfare, hotel expenses and planning trips.

Still there are extra expenses you'll need to factor in for any destination wedding, including importing key vendors and décor, welcome bags for guests, additional activities for guests and travel costs for you and your immediate families.

Get Help Control freaks, beware: If you're hosting a wedding in a distant locale, you will need to entrust at least part of the planning to someone else's capable hands.

A wedding planner can shoulder the burden of researching and securing local vendors, dealing with logistics like tent rentals and lighting and handling any last-minute fires that may start in the weeks leading up to the wedding.

If you prefer to go with a planner from back home, make sure they have experience planning weddings in your chosen destination and expect to cover his transportation costs for planning visits and the actual wedding.

Your wedding planner can meet with potential vendors on your behalf and brief you on your options, as well.

Be Organized Not to stress you out, but you're basically competing in the Olympics of wedding planning - the long-distance affair.
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