Destination Wedding: Going Exotic
Where would you like to get married? If your response is any of the slew of traditional destinations, such as Paris, Venice, Niagara Fall, or your parent's backyard, then perhaps you should consider one of the hottest trends in weddings right now: the destination wedding at a remote and exotic location.
Choosing the Right Location
As long as your personal preferences and cultural obligations permit, then maybe you should seriously consider the mystic of Bali, the rugged Australian outback, or even a remote Hawaiian island for your wedding. Pick the destination that fills your soul with desire and graces your fondest dreams at night. Keep in mind, however, that the farther and more desolate the destination, the harder it will be for guests to join the most important day of your life.
Reducing the Stress of Destination Wedding Planning
You may be surprised to learn that there can be significantly less planning involved when planning a remote wedding. The strenuous social etiquette involved in weddings tends to be a serious burden on most couples. When deciding on a more adventurous wedding, the significantly smaller amount of guests will help reduce the number of hands you have to shake and kisses on the cheek you will have to endure through the night. In addition, the resorts located at these destinations are perfectly suited to take care of even the biggest headaches that weddings will often cause. Imagine a wedding where the floral arrangements, entertainment and catering are all planned for you. Sounds great doesn't it?
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