Your Guide to Planning Your Destination Wedding

Feb 27 2014

We’ve had the pleasure of inspiring you this week with some outstanding destination weddings. It began with Color Monday and inspiration for a romantic trip to Tuscany, Italy … followed by two winter destination wedding mountain escapes. Are you considering having a destination wedding? *Sigh* probably one of the most romantic types of weddings–one that is full of intimacy and unforgettable moments with the most special people in your life. If you, or you know someone who is planning a getaway wedding, this is the info-packed post for you!

4 Destination Wedding Planning Resources

See below for helpful links and planning info + guides.

Large Destination Wedding Save the Date Magnet


4 Destination Wedding Planning Resources


1. From Style Me Pretty

7 tips for planning a destination wedding

Great post {with lots of pretty!} from one of SMP’s Little Black Book Vendors, Rachel Rose Weddings. This helpful post discusses everything from planning to legalities, for planning a destination wedding.


2. From The Knot

Destination hot spots

Location. Location. Location. If you’re wondering where in the world to go, check out these hot spots + inspiration at the knot.


3. From Destination i do

A destination wedding planning checklist

Here’s a destination planning checklist to help you stay on track with your timeline and to-do list.


4. From MagnetStreet 

Wedding Budget Guide

Money. Money. Money. It doesn’t grow on trees, so be sure to download this helpful budget guide to help keep on track with your spending! 


Are you considering having a destination wedding? Do you know someone who is?
Please pass this informational post on to them. Thanks!


Image Credits 

See all of Zach and Andrea’s Horse Ranch Engagement Session photo by Elevate Photography
Featured: Love Airways Save the Date Magnet

Browse Destination Save the Dates at MagnetStreet?



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