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Planning a destination wedding ? Before you start packing your bags for the trip of a lifetime, pause to consider the etiquette surrounding such a big commitment. After all, you're asking guests to get on an airplane and travel halfway across the world to witness your nuptials—of course there are a few rules attached! From choosing a thoughtful location , to sending save-the-dates way in advance, there are ways to be considerate of your guests, while still remaining true to your exotic vision.
While the big things, like budget and need-to-know info, should be at the top of your priority list, don't forget the smaller details. They go a long way! From welcoming guests warmly with drinks and treats, to stocking their rooms with snacks and "recovery" kits, there are lots of ways to make your favorite people feel at home, even when they're away from home.
Inviting a less than adventurous group? Ask yourself if guests can get there via one convenient direct flight, or will they have to arrange connections or also travel by boat or bus that may be more than some can handle. Would a foreign language intimidate anyone? You know your group best, so you can cater to their needs and also meet your own before narrowing in on a spot for your I do’s.