A destination wedding, looking for a tropical island adventure? Look on the web and research so you can find the experts to capture the most important day of your life.
You’ll have many questions to explore: Is there a place in the US that is like the Caribbean with a tropical flare? Yes: how about Key West? Will it be easy to get our license to marry? Yes, only takes about 15 minutes. Do we have to take a blood test? No. Is there going to be a waiting period after we get the license? If you are Florida Residents yes, if not there is no waiting period. How long is the license good for? The license will be good for 60 days after you get it.
Next will be the search of all the wedding providers? With there being as many as there are, what criteria are you going to use in selecting one? Will it be pricing? Will it be selection or what they offer? Will it be the experience they have to capture the emotion you feel on that day? So how will you choose the right vendor? Will it be with a flip of a coin that you make these decisions? or will your extensive research lead you down the right path so you can create for the two of you an enjoyable stress-free easy relaxing destination wedding. One that when you return to your home, you can to your hearts content mentally and emotionally travel back to and ponder again and again, bringing a subtle smile to your faces as you plan your next anniversary trip to where your life began as husband and wife.
You’ve done the researching, you’ve bookmarked your favorites, now take the time to write the list and what you want your dream wedding to be, take the time to call some of the vendors and see if your dream becomes a vision for them. Make sure your wedding is cost effective and ask yourself the question, what will I be going home with?
Consider your wedding photography the one thing you’ll be going home with. With all your planning of this day, the time spent on shopping for the perfect dress, the flowers the location, will the photographer you hire be experienced in capturing the specialness of the occasion, showing your wedding the respect and love it deserves. Is your photographer experienced, what is their reputation? are they dependable?what about references, are they listed with the Better Business Bureau? and what is their score? Are they active members in the local Chamber of Commerce and other community groups? Will you enjoy working with them?
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