Destination weddings are all the rage these days. They are a perfect way to experience the culture and wedding practices of another country. But many couples novice to this concept often end up making big mistakes that lead to the failure of these weddings.
Here is a brief list of critical mistakes to avoid when you’re planning to set up a destination wedding.
Not Getting The Plans Written Out
Destination weddings aren’t as simple as they might sound like. Usually, you’ll have to sign a contract with a destination wedding planner providing their services your destination country. While doing this, you might face the language barrier. So, it is a wise option to get everything in writing before getting the project started. This saves both of the sides if anything needs to be changed later on.
Ignoring The Weather
Weather is a great factor in destination weddings since most of them are arranged under the sky. Especially, mountain top and beach weddings can be windy, so, be careful with your dressing and hair style.
Try to work with a contractor who checks the weather before signing any contracts, also, have some emergency spot ready in case anything goes wrong. Unexpected rain or strong winds can literally ruin your special day.
We mean safely in another way. If you’re taking a flight, take it around two or more days before the wedding, never travel on the day before your wedding as a travel delay might ruin the whole plan for you. Also, one of the biggest complaints that couples make are about their lost wedding dress and other belongings in the flights. So, make sure to have all the essentials as a carry on bag with you to avoid any unfortunate situations.