Top 10 Wedding tips for the beginner bride and groom

 

You have decided on a wedding date now what?

Once you have chosen you wedding date there are many other things you have to consider.

 

  1. Do you  want a destination wedding or would you prefer something closer to home?

 

  1. Are   you envisioning an indoor wedding or an outdoor wedding in a beautiful  beach front setting such as Hawaii?

  1. What  are you allowing for your budget?

 

  1. How  many guests will you be inviting?

 

  1. When  should you send out your save the date cards and your invitations?

 

  1. What  are your wedding colors?

 

  1. Where  will you honeymoon?

 

  1.  How long will you stay?

 

  1. What  are you allowing your honeymoon travel budget?

 

  1. What   type of tours or excursions would you like to attend during your honeymoon?

 

As a travel agent who specializes in destination weddings to Hawaii and Tahiti I get these questions all the time. I will address a couple of the questions here briefly.

 

If you are considering a destination wedding I strongly suggest Hawaii. We have beautiful weather year round. The people here are friendly. You can normally fly here 5 hours from the west coast and 10 hours from the east coast of the United States.

 

It is always a good idea to send out your save the date cards once you have locked in date. I suggest my clients build a wedding website and include it on the save the date cards. That way you can advise your guests in just moments of any changes that may have occurred.

 

Written by Marie Glodt travel agent at Travel to Maui.  http://www.traveltomaui.net

 

Certified Hawaii Destination Specialist and Tahiti Specialist. Maui Master with the Maui Visitor Bureau. Kauai Master with the Kauai Visitor Bureau.

 

 

 

 

HVCB Member

Views: 88

Comments are closed for this blog post

© 2022   Created by Christine Dyer.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service