always dreamed of a faraway wedding in a crumbling Irish castle,
a small adobe church in New Mexico, or a balmy beach in the Caribbean,
making your fantasy destination wedding a reality isn't as difficult
-- or as expensive -- as you might think.
First of all, there is a destination wedding for nearly every
price range. And because some of your wedding costs, like your
dress, your rings, and your honeymoon, are relatively static
no matter where you wed, it's best to concentrate your budget
energy on the more obvious variables like travel, accommodations,
dining, and ceremony and reception sites.
As you are getting married at
a resort, hotel or castle we can coordinate the details. Many
hotels and resorts have on-site wedding coordinators and customizable
wedding packages, so your event can be perfectly planned while
you're literally worlds away.
As you will getting married in another province or country, you
will need a local marriage license, and possibly a passport.
The passport is simple; just be sure to apply well in advance
of your wedding date. Getting the marriage license can be slightly
trickier, especially in a foreign country. We can advise the
requirements for the country of your choice. Some places require
blood tests, immunization certificates, or doctor's certificates
in order for you to legally marry. No matter where you are getting
married, it is best to find out as much as possible in advance.
There may be unexpected requirements, such as an established
residency, a waiting period, or a certain number of witnesses.
For more information about the
specifics of getting married in different countries contact your
WeddingMoons at Sandals Resorts
Weddings on Princess Cruises