wedding destinations

Destination weddings are becoming more and more popular. Wedding destinations are romantic and these weddings appeal to those who want to do things differently, who want to run away and have a romantic experience and for those who want to share a remarkable celebration with close family and friends.

Destination weddings can be unique, exotic, simplified, affordable, and most of all, a romantic way to begin a couples journey into their future lives together.

Whether it’s just the two of you on a beach in Fiji, or your family and friends inhabiting a Scottish castle in the highlands, organizing a wedding destination can be less complicated than a planning the big event where you live.

Many destination weddings have resorts and hotels that have resorts on-site coordinators who do all the work for you; if your plans don’t involve a hotel, it’s still possible to hire an independent wedding planner at your intended destination.

Destination weddings also make a lot of sense for couples whose families and friends are scattered around. Since most of these guests would be traveling anyway to attend your, why not get married in a place that will allow them to spend a few days with you in paradise?

Even for those who can’t make it, a current trend at some resorts is a wed-web-cam so they can share your joy at you wedding destination regardless of wherever they may be!

Still wondering if wedding destinations are something you would find is right is for you? Have a look at our pros and cons of destination weddings.

If you know you want to have a destination wedding and are looking for the best one, Best Romantic Vacations has compiled a list the Top Ten Wedding Locations and they are:


  • The Caribbean
  • Las Vegas
  • Mexico
  • Hawaii
  • Europe
  • Lake Tahoe
  • Cruises
  • Florida
  • Tahiti
  • Asia


Some things to Keep In Mind for Wedding Destinations Etiquette

It is common etiquette to pay for your bridesmaids’ and groomsmen’s accommodations. This may be important when you are considering how many attendants to have.

You are not however responsible for paying for your guests’ airfare and accommodations. Keep in mind though that while you’re saving money by having a destination wedding, your guests have to pay a considerable amount of money to travel to your wedding destination.

Therefore, it’s a very nice touch if you surprise them with a nice gift for their hotel room, a gift basket or local souvenirs. Another option is to plan a fun outing or lunch for all of your guests before the wedding to let them know you appreciate them coming all that way to your wedding destination for you!

Kyle and Jo