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How do you Determine a Budget for your Destination Wedding?

How do you Determine a Budget for your Destination Wedding?

With any big event that involves spending a lot of money there is a need for a budget. Without setting a budget in advance you run the risk of spending more than you intended to and, worse, possibly going into debt. How do you determine a budget for your destination wedding? According to the New York Times, the average cost of a destination wedding was $23,800...

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Help! My Family is Too Involved in my Destination Wedding Planning!

Help! My Family is Too Involved in my Destination Wedding Planning!

A wedding is a huge event in the lives of a couple. There are so many people to invite and with an event this big both sides of your family may start chiming in on how they think your day should go. But what happens when your family starts becoming too involved? Before you say anything to either side of the family, have a heart-to-heart chat with your fiancé....

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Destination Weddings in Canada: Trading Palms for Pines

Destination Weddings in Canada: Trading Palms for Pines

Destination weddings don’t have to take place in the tropics. For a different take on destination weddings, just look North. Tammy Levent, CEO of Elite Travel, tells you where to wed in Canada. First, let’s cover the basics about marrying in Canada: There is no residency requirement, the exchange rate is in our favor, and same-sex marriages are...

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Should a Travel Agent Charge Fees for your Destination Wedding?

One of the frequently asked questions we get from our brides at Elite Travel is about whether or not we charge fees to book and coordinate their destination wedding. We don’t and your travel agent shouldn’t either. When you are booking arrangements for your Destination Wedding you are going to be faced with venue fees, photography fees, catering fees, etc…...

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How Far in Advance Should I Book my Destination Wedding?

How Far in Advance Should I Book my Destination Wedding?

A general guideline on most wedding planning websites is that you should plan your wedding a year in advance of the wedding date. When booking a destination wedding, since additional factors will come into the mix, nailing things down is better done sooner than later. Sure, you can book as late as a month or two before hand but your budget could suffer the longer...

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