Busting Destination Wedding Myths Part 2

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Are you and your spouse-to-be deciding on what type of wedding you’d both like to have? Are you considering a traditional wedding in your hometown, or is adventure calling you to one of the gorgeous destinations around the world? Many couples forgo the latter because they believe one or more of the common myths surrounding this fantastic marriage option. See part one on this topic to learn why destination weddings are not too impersonal, difficult, or expensive, and keep reading to learn about three more myths.

3 More Common Destination Wedding Myths

It’s Too Legally Demanding

The process for ensuring a legal destination marriage may be a bit different than it is with a traditional wedding, but it is really no more complicated, especially if you have a professional on your side. You can take advantage of a destination wedding planner’s expertise for a truly simply process. Even if you’re planning your destination wedding by yourself, many hotels and resorts can help with the marriage license process.   

None of Our Guests Will Come

On the contrary, we can’t think of anything better than an excuse to take a vacation, and many of your invited guests will feel the same way. Besides, those people who you consider to be the most important attendees will likely be the first guests to RSVP and purchase plane tickets.   

We Can’t Invite Everyone

Depending on how large your network of friends and family is, you may not have been able to invite everyone to a traditional wedding, let alone to your destination. On the other hand, there is no rule saying there is a maximum guest limit at a destination wedding. If your resort/location is large enough, you can invite as many guests as you like.

Feeling better about the prospect of a destination wedding yet? Contact Absolute Wedsite for a free initial consultation.