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If you’re just starting out, I’ll help you narrow down a destination and choose among hundreds of different resort options, based on your preferences, current sales, and group discounts.


I work directly with wedding coordinators and sales managers for every hotel I sell. I’ll help you lock in your wedding date, pick the venue, and select affordable destination wedding packages based on your budget.


We will take care of the accommodations, and transportation for all of your guests, regardless of where they’re traveling from or how long they’re staying.


I am available to assist with any questions or issues any time before, during, and after your trip. A 24-hour emergency support line is available for immediate help.

Click HERE to contact Roxane a  Destination Wedding Specialists ready to help you plan your dream wedding!


What does your Dream Wedding look like?

10 Reasons to Have a Destination Wedding

Still undecided on whether or not you should plan a destination wedding?

Here are 10 reasons to take the plunge from the editors of Destination Weddings & Honeymoons magazine.

At some point in the planning process, every engaged couple entertains the idea of having a destination wedding -- after all, who doesn't get excited at the prospect of going somewhere gorgeous and unique to exchange vows? But at the same time, it can be daunting -- can you actually pull off a destination do? Will your loved ones be supportive? If you find yourselves debating "should we or shouldn't we?" or needing to convince some VIGs (very important guests) to embrace your decision, we're here to help. Here are 10 fantastic reasons to take your big day on the road.

1. You can say "I do" anywhere! A destination wedding is defined as marrying at least 100 miles from where the bride currently lives. So imagine the options that definition opens up for you -- the world really is your playground.

2. You'll stand out from the pack. More than 2 million American couples wed every year -- and fewer than 25 percent of them have destination dos. Bonus: Wed away, and you won't have to choose from the same old hometown spots all your friends have booked.

3. It's easier. Many wedding-worthy resorts offer free planning help to couples, whether the event is for two or 200, and an abundance of packages keep things simple while still giving options to customize. Want something more involved? Turn to an independent planner who specializes in more elaborate events.

4. You can save on decor. With a destination wedding in a stunning setting, your location of choice supplies the theme, from castle fairytale, to sea-inspired soiree. And when you choose an amazing backdrop, it doesn't take much to dress it up. Opt for a pristine beach, a tidy vineyard, a blooming garden or a historic plantation house furnished with graceful antiques, and you'll be more than covered with a few simple florals and other modest accents.

5. Enjoy quality time with loved ones. The standard wedding lasts for five hours, and the bride and groom spend most of that time running from table to table, trying to say hello to everyone. A destination do spans a minimum of three days -- which means, now that you've finally gotten your nearest and dearest together, you can actually spend quality time with them! Hooray!

6. It's a great excuse to limit the guest list. The very nature of destination weddings -- they require travel, a longer time commitment and hotel stays -- gives you the perfect excuse to cut down on an often unmanageable number of invitees. Think the second cousins and office mates will be miffed? You can always throw a post-wedding party -- complete with plenty of photos -- when you get back home.

7. Guests can save on a vacation. Ask your host hotel about discounted room rates for your guests; most resorts are more than willing to bargain in exchange for group business. Some airlines, such as United and American, offer discounted airfares for groups of 10 of more -- on the latter, this is true even if your guests are departing from different gateways. And ultimately, your friends will have a blast! Destination weddings give friends and family that most valuable commodity: downtime -- to kick back, connect and celebrate. And what's more fun than that?

8. You'll share a locale you love. Part of the joy of a destination wedding is showing off a place that has special meaning to you, be it bringing friends and family back to a beloved college campus, sharing where you took your first vacation as a couple or finally going to a locale you've always dreamed of visiting.

9. Flexible timing helps with budgeting. You'll be at your destination for a few days, so work with your vendors to see how timing can trim costs. After all, if everyone is already there, you can wed on a Friday, a Sunday or even a Tuesday -- what does the day of the week matter in paradise? Look at seasonality too. Many Caribbean hotels drop their prices dramatically in mid-April; by planning your wedding for May, you can get the same great digs for a fraction of the price paid by visitors a few weeks earlier. Likewise, mountain resort towns offer big savings in spring and fall.

10. You can start the honeymoon early. Just arriving at your destination is sure to put you in a relaxed mood as the pre-wedding festivities begin. Many hotels offer automatic upgrades to the bride and groom on their wedding night, and you may be able to negotiate an extended mini-moon at a reduced rate after the guests have gone home.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How early should I confirm a Wedding Date?
A: 12 to 18 months is best, especially if you plan on travelling during peak seasons 

Q: What are the Seasons in the Caribbean?
A: Hurricane season runs from May through October
  Spring & Summer is the hottest and most humid time
  Fall & Winter is a more comfortable climate

Q: When do I get the best price?
A: Generally the best time to travel based on price is November, early December, and early January for almost all destinations.

Q: What destinations have the best value?
A: Mexico and the Dominican Republic continue to be popular with  wedding couples. Roxane your Destination Wedding Specialist will consider not only travel costs, but the wedding costs as well when helping you to plan your Big Day!

Q: How do I choose an All-inclusive resort with all of the options out there?
A: I would recommend talking to Roxane, one of our Destination Wedding Specialists who have first-hand travel experience and have been to the different destinations and resorts in those destinations.  She will consult with you to determine what is important to you, what atmosphere you are looking for, and consider the guests that will be attending. From there, they will make recommendations that are best suited to you.

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