Destination Wedding Or A Traditional Wedding
Do you imagine your dream wedding at a remote destination or somewhere a little more traditional? Are you aspiring to throw a mega event with hundreds of guests or perhaps you want something a little more humble and intimate? Each couple is suited to a specific event and location. Yet, how do you know which wedding is the right one for you? Hopefully, this guide will make answering this difficult question much easier.
Enjoying a Destination Wedding
First of all, the old saying that smaller is cheaper does not apply to all weddings. If you decide on a destination wedding, keep in mind that there is a greater than average chance that you will be footing the bill for most guests. Even if your guest list includes fewer people, footing the bill for your destitute cousin or your elderly grandmother can prove to be a steep monetary ordeal.
Having a Traditional Wedding
Traditional weddings, while sometimes less expensive than destination weddings, carry a cost that cannot be overlooked. The rehearsal dinner can be quite pricey and you will be expected to cover some of the traveling expenses for out of town guests. You will have little or no chance of greeting each and every guest and spending the desired time with them. If these are sacrifices you are willing to make in order to have your dream wedding at a grand old church, overflowing with guests who include every family member, acquaintance and accomplice, then don't be afraid to hold the traditional wedding.
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