All About Destination Weddings

A destination wedding idea sounds very romantic. A couple chooses one of many paradise countries and decides to exchange their vows there. Later, they realize that planning a destination wedding is not an easy task.

Practically, destination weddings combine a wedding ceremony and a honeymoon. Guests may join the couple several days before the wedding and spend some time together in a seashore villa, medieval castle or nice hotel. Later, the couple usually stays alone in the romantic gateway and the guests come back home.

It`s possible to rent a small castle or several rooms in the castle for the wedding event, making it a very intimate party for both close friends and family. The most popular of these castles are located in Florence, Tuscany and are surrounded by grape and fruit gardens in the low mountains. The ceremony can be made in many variations. These are some of the options: an event on the open air near the pool or in the garden, a ceremony in the old small church near the castle, or a wedding ceremony in the small chapel or the gorgeous hall, which connected with villa.

Some couples rent romantic places even for just the two of them, where they spend several days together in a nice and idealistic atmosphere. They ask wedding planners to organize a wedding ceremony, which is arranged, similar to Romeo and Juliet, just for two.

Some may prefer a city ceremony, for example in Rome or Paris. A range of historical locations are available in this case – ancient churches, basilicas or famous halls for the memorable event. Dinner parties may be perfectly organized in 5 – star hotels.

The correct timing of a wedding is very important, especially for an outdoor wedding. Weather forecast research is a very significant task, which should be done before the wedding date planning. As example, it is warm in Italy April through July and August is the hottest month, which is not recommended for weddings. But in some years July in Italy was unusually hot and August was more comfortable.

All documents and paperwork, including visas and passports, are necessary for the wedding and should be checked at the start of the process (6-9 months before the wedding). So, preparation of the paperwork for a wedding ceremony in a Roman Catholic Church in Italy may take time – from two to seven months.

Most Roman Catholic Church documents must be created in the home country and then finished in Italy. It is necessary for both the bride and groom to arrive several extra days before the wedding to wrap up the last of the paperwork. If religions of the bride and groom are different, it may take extra time for preparation as a result the additional statements/documentation.

Wedding planners usually help with paperwork and other different services, such as wedding flowers, photographer, videography, limousine and more. The wedding planner can also plan everything down to the last detail. Before they can move forward, it will still be the bride and groom’s responsibility to make all the decisions. Both the wedding planner and the couple, (and sometimes the parents) work together toward the best result – a magnificent wedding.