It is time for real talk!
Most couples rightfully so have concerns about having a wedding during a COVID-19 outbreak. For those that are considering, you can still have a wedding.
Micro weddings and elopement which are both intimate with all the element of a big wedding with traditions but with less guest. These options are perfect.
Luxury all inclusive resorts in my opinion are absolute good picks because guests have room to spread out and even with the smaller group, some resorts will offer a bigger area to hold the event. Resorts are taking all the precautions to safeguard their guests and staff.
Be aware that destinations requires a negative test taken within 72 hours of arrival and into quarantine for 7 days. If you arrive without the test, you will be tested upon arrival and 7 days later.
My obligation as your wedding designer, is to advise you of CDC updates, resort and travel protocols for specific destination and ultimately the decision to move forward with your wedding plan is yours. If you decide to move forward and have us plan your wedding, I will send you off with the travel kit that includes essentials like, mask, gloves, and hand sanitizers.
For those that would like to plan in 2022, here is a little bit of a tidbit… the most common request is February 22, 2022! Go figure!
Whenever you are ready, you are not alone. We are here for you through this tough times!
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Help! I am overwhelmed by planning a Catholic Wedding!
Are you trying to figure out how you are going to pull together the legal requirements for a Catholic Destination Wedding?
Are you at your wits end with the information you have to sort through?
Are you dreaming of saying “I Do” by the beach and want to practice your faith?
For those couples who desires to be married in the Catholic faith, be aware that Catholic weddings need to be held on consecrated grounds….not in someone’s backyard and not on a cruise or on the beach but some resorts now have chapels onsite that can be used for weddings. Do you know what the requirements are and unique challenges for Catholic Destination Weddings?
Good news is, my specialty is helping busy couples, just like you who are struggling to connect the dots with all the requirements for a worry-free, Catholic Destination Wedding. From weddings to honeymoons to vow renewals, we can help with your destination dreams become a reality.
We have created a list for you to help with the planning.
Have more questions about religious ceremonies? We are ready and waiting to make your life easier. Get in touch with us today to start planning your perfect destination wedding and request for COMPLIMENTARY CATHOLIC WEDDING TIMELINE.
Your Wedding Well Planned!
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There is no fast rule when it comes to who you should invite. It is a matter of your preference.
Do you want an intimate wedding? While big wedding seem grand, it is not for everyone. For those of who want to spend their special day with their closest friends, destination wedding is the answer. If desired, you can host another party at home for those that will not be able to make it but there is no expectations to haul hundreds of your friends and relatives, just the ones that are closest to you. Intimate weddings are budget friendly and it allows the couple to think be creative a little with your event choices. Most destination wedding has an average group of 25.
Let us talk about budget. Many couples take the budget for granted. Knowing your budget will prevent any problems and stress in the future. If your budget calls for a smaller wedding, invite those that are dear and closest to you. Do not worry that some friends will be offended. Surprisingly, most are understanding about destination weddings. With our family being an extended family, a huge part of the family was not able to go including yours truly when my nephew got married in Mexico. All we can do is wish them well and send our apologies. Guess what? They had a memory of a lifetime!
Let us discuss your preference. Do you prefer an adult only wedding? This does not mean that you hate kids, it is simply a preference and stick to it. No matter what family and friends say, you do not have to invite kids to your wedding. If you do decide going this route, make sure that you indicate allowable age group in your invitation such as “No Guest 16 years old and younger” You may also find childcare for the little ones as a grand gesture so your guest.
Your next chapter starts with us finding your perfect destination wedding venue. It is up to you how you turn the page. Designed based on your vision a venue where your dreams becomes a reality, and stress free.
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