So, you’ve found the right person for you, the one you want to spend the rest of your life with and you getting married! Will it be a wedding in your home town or will it be what many people are opting for these days – a wedding abroad, with almost certain sun and kind temperatures? Whichever it will be, it’s an incredibly special day that you will remember for the rest of your life.
The planning stage of any wedding can be overwhelming and planning a wedding abroad even more so – so it’s important to have good TO DO checklists, as many as you feel will cover every different part of your wedding, so that everything is covered and nothing is left to chance. It’s a wise investment to have wedding abroad insurance and for a relatively small sum of money it’s possible to insure against most things that could go wrong, including cancellation and expenses, rearrangement of wedding or reception, wedding attire, rings, documents and much more. The main thing to remember is to have fun so start planning early!
Have you considered using a wedding planner? It’s an exciting time, but if you have a very busy life or you are hopelessly dis-organised you might like to pass all the hard work over to a wedding planner. Choose the one with local knowledge and plenty of experience and they will take the worries off your shoulders, save you from making expenses mistakes and may also save you money in the long run!
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What will be your wedding destination? The destination you choose will make your wedding unique and stand out in your memory and the memories of your family and friends, so it’s important to get it right. Check your ideal destination and the style of wedding you want against the climate for the time of year you have chosen. Is it the wet/monsoon season, is it the hottest part of the year and too hot for comfort? will it be peak holiday season?
The size of your wedding is an important decision too. Do you want all your family and friends to share your happy day, or do you prefer a small intimate wedding with only your nearest and dearest to see you married?