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Planning an overseas wedding but don't know where to start?

I am so excited because my partner just proposed! We've been together for a long time, but getting married now just feels right. We haven't had a boring relationship, so I don't want a boring wedding. We're planning on getting married abroad, which sounds harder than it is.a[rel~='nofollow']{outline:.14em dotted red !important; outline-offset:.2em;}a[rel~='nofollow'] > img{outline:thin dotted red !important; outline-offset:.2em;}

I am so excited because my partner just proposed! We've been together for a long time, but getting married now just feels right. We haven't had a boring relationship, so I don't want a boring wedding. We're planning on getting married abroad, which sounds harder than it is. My best friend and one of my cousins have both had weddings abroad, and they gave me some tips.

According to my best friend, who used one of those weddings abroad packages, it is definitely the way to go. She got to choose the things that were really important to her, like flowers that were local to her destination and the best hotels for the guests, but she had help on the complicated stuff like local marriage laws.

My cousin didn't use one of the weddings abroad packages, so she had to do all of that on her own. She said that the most important part is to get to the destination in plenty of time before the ceremony. Not only do you need time to relax and shed the jet-lag, but there will always be last minute details to take care of, just like with a local wedding.

My best friend said the best part of getting married abroad is getting to show your guests the flavour of a new place. She tried to use localised wedding decorations and food for her wedding ceremony rather than just bringing a traditional English wedding to a tropical location. She even used a local catering company that was accustomed to working with tourists. All of her guests loved the reception, and even though it was three years ago, she still gets people commenting at parties about how fun her wedding was. Even though they used a wedding package, she and her fiancé were able to make the wedding reflect their personal style.

Instead of choosing an indoor venue, they both got married on the beach, but I think I want something a little more traditional for my venue. My fiancé and I are thinking about an old monastery. We want a cosy venue since we aren't planning on having as many guests as my friend and cousin did. We're just planning on having close family, but it will still be enough that we'll have to be careful that the hotel can hold all of us if we end up choosing a popular date when a lot of people will be there. We'll probably have the reception outside in a garden, because I don't want to spend the whole day inside. But one cannot rely on the weather being fine.

 

Even though I have quite a few months before the date we choseFree Web Content, I want to get started on the planning as early as possible and am already looking at a variety of wedding consultants to help.

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