Destination Weddings aka "WeddingMoons" have become famous over the past ten years when Brides found out how economical it was to host a Wedding in the Islands. You do have lots of options - Spend $10,000 on a wedding at home with a very small guest list, or spend $5,000 on an amazing trip to Greece for two, complete with a honeymoon cruise. Back in the day this was called "Eloping".  Then, an elopement happened when couples ran off to far away places and got married without all the fuss and approvals from Mom & Dad. Now they call it a destination wedding and Mom & Dad approve because it is cost effective and they get a vacation out of the deal.
Jamaica Grand Hotel
Then, there's the question of whether you want to pay for your guests to attend. That is entirely up to your budget and their ability to pay.  If you are considering a wedding far
away set up a realistic budget and Please, use the free Wedding Coordinator offered by the site. I say this, only to remind you that it is extremely difficult to deal with an uncooperative vendor in another country, and you want your wedding to be stress free no matter where you get married.  If you do not speak the language of the country you want to get married in, do not book it! I don't care if you stopped off on a cruise there or your friend showed you photos of a beautiful resort she visited.  Find a location that you can communicate verbally with everyone and by all means - Do not book a location via the Internet without an extended stay there.

Visit the site several times before you put down a deposit and always talk to guests on site and read the reviews. There are many benefits to having a wedding & honeymoon all in one, if you book it right your hotel stay could be Free. Also, you might need the services of a good Travel Agent to navigate the airfares especially if your guests are coming from different cities, and cheap group rates. Ask for your Free suite and Enjoy your WeddingMoon!
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