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Jul 22, 2020
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FL Destination Weddings Makes Destination Weddings in Florida Possible

 

Clearwater, FL - Weddings are a life-event, a celebration of many more fruitful years to come. For many, making the day a perfect one has become an obsession. However, achieving this goal requires help and this is why FL Destination Weddings offers brides and couples all of the attention and help needed to pull off a destination wedding in style.

 

With help from the team at FL Destination Weddings, couples who are planning their weddings and already married couples who are planning a renewal of vows, amongst others, can get the wedding of their dreams with no hassles associated.

 

The team at FL Destination Weddings embodies the stress and struggles associated with planning, hatching, and executing the perfect destination wedding while making sure that couples are not only proud of the event but enjoy the best start to a forever after.

 

Mike Jones, the spokesperson for the company offering Affordable destination weddings all inclusive Clearwater Beach, FL said, “We offer beach wedding packages to suit all budgets all over the state of Florida. If you are planning a beach wedding in Florida, we can help. We have been in business for over 25 years and only use our staff and no subcontractors. With our destination wedding packages, we can create the wedding of your dreams here in the sunshine state. We come to you at your hotel to set up our beach weddings in Florida. We only use our staff to ensure no subcontractors or strangers at your wedding, vow renewal or anniversary.”

 

Aiming to deliver the perfect Destination weddings on the beach Clearwater Beach to couples, the team at FL Destination Weddings goes the extra mile by providing the professional wedding photography services needed by the couples to capture fleeting memories of their big day and turn it into one that will last a lifetime.

 

Their company also releases the copyright-free photographs to clients at the end of the event so that they can download, print, or email them with no problems.

 

Whether couples are interested in Clearwater Beach weddings or have other plans in mind, the team at FL Destination Weddings travels all over the state and is ready to meet with each client to ensure that their perfect day is properly planned out.

 

FL Destination Weddings is located on Clearwater Beach and covers most of the State. For inquiries, contact their team by calling 844-581-7427 or send an email to sales@Fldestinationweddings.com. For additional information regarding their services, visit the company’s website.

 

 

Outdoor weddings will be more popular in 2021

 

From the Huffington Post

 

The social distancing measures put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 have made the large, conventional weddings we’re accustomed to unfeasible for the foreseeable future.

Couples who were set to get married in 2020 and 2021 have been forced to alter their plans in significant ways to ensure the safety of their guests once bigger gatherings are permitted again. Still, guest counts may remain on the smaller side even after restrictions are eased. 

“This pandemic is now a part of their wedding story,” Lori Stephenson, founder of Lola Event Productions in Chicago, told HuffPost. “No one wanted that, but it’s best to get comfortable with it and make the most of the challenges at hand.” 

Wedding professionals are busy trying to figure out how to adjust their protocols to comply with changing public health guidelines. We asked several planners to predict what weddings might look like in the next year or so while we’re still living in a socially distanced world. 

1. Say goodbye to passed apps and display food stations at cocktail hour. 

“Instead of a beautiful mountain of delicious cheeses and meats, it will be curated small plates that are portioned for one person or a couple to share,” said planner Jove Meyer of Jove Meyer Events in New York City. “But no longer will it be a grazing station for all to touch and interact with.”

In some cases, the cocktail hour may be cut entirely, Stephenson said. If a couple does opt for one, you won’t find large groups of guests congregating together for long face-to-face conversations

Instead, you might see “layouts with more small seating groups or even fun graphic details on the floors that can showcase a 6-foot space between occupants,” she added. 

2. Dinner will be plated rather than buffet or family style. 

“Caterers will focus on serving food that is pre-portioned per individual, not sharable, to limit the hands that touch it to the person eating it,” Meyer said. 

To prevent contamination, you may also see more disposable utensils and cups, said Los Angeles planner Paige Blatt of Geller Events,

3. Receptions will be shorter and may not include dancing. 

You may not be able to tear up the dance floor in the way you imagined — or at all. Once the drinking starts, it could be harder to maintain a safe social distance and keep your mask on. Plus, shouting and singing along to loud music emits respiratory droplets.

“I don’t see wedding days lasting as long as they typically do,” said Summer McLane of My Simply Perfect Events in Atlanta, who also runs the online school The Academy for Wedding and Event Planners. “Just a beautiful dinner and shorter celebration.” 

When dancing is possible, Blatt anticipated more line dancing “to keep people engaged and festive but with space between.”

4. Outdoor weddings will be more popular.

The risk of viral transmission is considerably lower outdoors than it is indoors because of more natural airflow and space for people to spread out. Therefore, more couples will likely tie the knot outside, Meyer said. 

Event planners share their predictions for how weddings will change in the next year. 

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Event planners share their predictions for how weddings will change in the next year. 

“I think we will see a rise in outdoor and tented weddings, as the open air component allows for less strict rules than an enclosed space,” he said.

5. Indoor weddings will be held in larger venues. 

Stephenson is urging her clients to book more spacious venues with larger capacities than they think they’ll need based on their guest count. 

“So if social distancing is still critical in the coming months, then an event is easily spread out to accommodate the party, and no guests have to be cut from the list.” 

6. There will be fewer guests per table.

Guests will likely be seated with other members of their household or other close contacts. So instead of putting your little cousins at the kids’ table, for example, you’ll seat them with your aunt and uncle. 

The tables themselves may be bigger, too, to allow for more space between guests.

Alternatively, some brides and grooms may forgo the sit-down meal and do a cocktail-style reception with many small tables instead of fewer larger ones. 

“One idea is to pass out individual charcuterie boards, and guests can eat at their own stand-up cocktail table to stay 6 feet apart,” said Los Angeles planner Debbie Geller of Geller Events

7. Face masks will be a common sight. 

It may not be what couples envisioned, but until guidelines change, guests will likely have to wear facial coverings. Brides and grooms may embrace this by providing festive options for their friends and family. 

“We will see a large trend in custom masks branded for the couple or white lace and black bow ties for a bridal or black-tie line of masks,” Blatt said.

Vendors and venue staff will wear facial coverings and perhaps gloves, too. 

“The common comment [from vendors] is, ‘I’m wearing a mask the whole day. If the client is uncomfortable, they can find a new vendor,’” McLane said. “I’ve heard this from just about every vendor. It isn’t aesthetically pleasing, but these are the times that we’re in.” 

Meyer believes plexiglass screens may be placed at the bar or in front of the band or DJ to provide an extra layer of defense. 

“They can be customized or branded to fit the design of the event, but also to protect everyone,” he said. 

8. Cleaning procedures will be more stringent.

“I think venues and caterers will work hard to clean commonly touched surfaces throughout an event, more than they have pre-COVID-19,” Meyer said.

He also believes venues may install no-touch faucets and soap and paper towel dispensers in their bathrooms and perhaps even bathroom doors with a sensor to allow for a touchless entry. 

“This pandemic is now a part of their wedding story. No one wanted that, but it’s best to get comfortable with it and make the most of the challenges at hand.”

- LORI STEPHENSON, FOUNDER OF LOLA EVENT PRODUCTIONS

Venue prices may increase to cover the additional cost of improvements to the facilities, as well as the additional time or staff dedicated to cleaning. 

“Couples need to insist that the venue is disinfected between each event, and when the venue gives a quote for cleaning, they should just be happy that it’s being done,” McLane said. “Also, since events will be smaller, couples can build that fee into their budget.” 

9. Hand sanitizer will be readily available. 

“Hand sanitizer stations will be common at venues and/or as favors from couples and/or hosts,” Meyer said. “We want everyone to feel as comfortable as possible, and that means extra steps will happen, many of which will be visible.”

10. Fewer vendors and staff will work the event. 

“In Chicago where we’re located, we anticipate all summer and potentially even early fall groups to be limited to 10 or less people,” Stephenson said. “That number has to include vendors, which I don’t think a lot of couples are considering.” 

That may mean trimming vendor teams to the bare minimum number of people so couples can increase their guest counts.

“This means video cameras set up on tripods without videographers, food individually packed and set up for grab-and-go, musicians or bands performing virtually on screens set up and more ceremonies performed by close friends and family rather than an officiant,” Geller said. 

11. More guests will attend virtually. 

Because of public health recommendations to limit nonessential travel and restrictions and fears about flying during a pandemic, it will be more difficult for faraway guests or those who fall into high-risk groups to attend in person. Thanks to technology, they can still be part of the day in some way. 

“More than just grandma on FaceTime, think roaming robots with screens so the guests at home can interact with those at the party in real time in a meaningful way,” Meyer said. “[Virtual guests] could also be sent special boxes with food, drinks and personalized decor so they can have the fullest experience possible remotely.” 

 

 

Destination Weddings

 

Traditionally, weddings possess been held in your very own home church, or in a good local
garden, as well as in some venue shut to the household connected with the groom or bride's household. But
as Us residents become more mobile, living thousands of miles from their family members
in many cases and marrying people from the other side on the country in others,
it can grown more and even more inconvenient plan this right place to have got your current
wedding. His household, or even hers? How perform family who also live throughout fifteen different cities
get here? What is major?

Rather than worrying about all these issues, more brides in addition to grooms have been opting
for location weddings. The destination wedding is a person which is centered around
receiving married for a particular area that is not with the home of either bride-to-be or
groom, usually a tropical or in any other case romantic position. This isn't very a runaway
relationship, much like the ones that accustomed to take place regularly at Niagara Falls and
the fact that continue to take place in Las Vegas; instead, from the planned wedding with visitors,
with the only big difference involving it and different weddings turning into the away-from-home
location.

Favorite places for destination marriages include Hawaii islands, the Sc
beaches, Disneyworld, and, of course, Las Las vegas. Brides not satisfied with the
locations can consider other, more unique suggestions: marrying each other on the
yacht, Ireland, Fiji, the Bahamas, or even weddings in locations which have been significant
to the bride-to-be and groom for reasons uknown. A destination wedding can be a very
personal event.

Attributes of Location Weddings

There are many significant advantages to getting a destination wedding,
in particular if you have a good far-flung family members. For a person, it spares you from possessing to
make the determination between his city and her town; as a substitute, every person has to travel
to access your wedding, making that fair. Then, if a person have relatives you sense
selected would cause difficulties in a wedding, a new destination marriage ceremony is some sort of understated
despair for them to be able to show up, so you can apologize a lot to them when
these people protest about not being equipped to reach your wedding together with just say you had
your own personal heart set on some sort of beach wedding at Umbral, or being married while watching
falls at Niagara, or no matter what destination wedding you might have chosen.

Additionally, if right now there happen to be family clashes among bride-to-be and groom throughout legal guidelines, a
destination wedding ceremony produces the whole thing to a neutral spot. The only thing
an individual want to avoid, in cases like this, is renting some sort of massive house for everyone to be able to stay
around; better have them in separate houses!

One of the most detrimental things that happens to weddings is any time Mom takes over, trying
in order to plan the wedding intended for her child - plus sometimes son instructions for you to "make it easier"
regarding the bride. Choosing a destination wedding is a good great strategy to get purge of the
interference involving a new mother.

Destination weddings tend to be inside very romantic, often exotic, locations, which
leads to help several some other things. First and foremost, those people marriage ceremonies on this beach cause some
awesome wedding photographs, specifically if you pick your location so that you
catch the sunset. They also let a person to combine your vacation to europre with your
wedding, and you can inform reluctant family that the idea will certainly make a great reason to get
them to take a vacation in your own destination.

The surprising edge some destination marriage ceremonies offers is that they can be much
cheaper as compared to traditional weddings, if you intend all of them cautiously and choose the
appropriate destination at the most fortunate time. While the U. S. money is a good little poor
right now, the idea still has a great excellent exchange rate around certain countries. And quite a few
popular destination wedding web pages now have been taking advantage of the wedding
visitor deal by offering great deals upon wedding packages of all types.
 

5 Wedding Planning Tips for Grooms That Will Ace the Day

 

In the old days, the groom had two jobs. First, go down on his knees and propose to his girlfriend. Two, make sure the newly crowned fiancé gets all the financial support she needs to plan a seamless wedding. 

Well, that was the deal back in the 20th century. Now, in the 21st century, especially 2019, grooms are getting more actively involved in the planning of their weddings. It takes two to tango, and you’ll require two to have a successful wedding day.

But how do you do it?

Well, you shouldn’t jump all in and start doing everything. There are 5 key ways that you, as a groom, can come in and rock your fiancé’s world by helping her plan an awesome wedding. So, read on to learn more.

  1. Split the workload

 

It makes no sense if both of you decide to crowd up doing the same task. For instance, while the bride is busy making sure the cake is done, you can be bent-up making sure the location is secured and all the logistics are taken care of. 

Your fiancé will not only appreciate that you are taking some load off her back but by doing so, you’ll also be speeding up the whole planning process. More importantly, the last-minute planning activities that still need to be done will be handled with a soberer mind, avoiding catastrophe on the last day.

  1. Start working on the wedding registry

 

It’s so hard to figure out what your friends might bring you for your wedding gift. So why not make a wedding registry

A wedding registry will help you communicate what you preferably want to be gifted on your special day. You might already have a huge smart TV set that getting another one might be pointless. 

Maybe you might be interested in camping gear, kitchenware or some specific home electronics. Make sure you communicate all that in the registry.

  1. Carefully select and oversee your groomsmen

 

It’s your responsibility, as the groom, to ensure that the groomsmen’s list is on check and everyone is busy gearing up for the big day. Thus, you need to find the time, early enough, to start choosing the groomsmen

Most times, if the decision is tough for you, you can settle on the best man and have him help you select the rest of the pack.

Once the list is done, you need to manage these folks and ensure they fit their suits, stay fit ready for the big day and keep them updated on the activities and schedule for the big day.

  1. Choose the gifts for the groomsmen and best man

 

Yes, the traveling expenses, accommodation, and food for the time they’ll be around you before the wedding will all fall on them. But how do you finally say thanks to the boys for sticking around?

By gifting them.

Which kinds of gifts exactly? Well, as far as the men go, jewelry and kitchenware don’t tick. Here are a few that might:

  1. Camping gear

Who amongst your crew won’t love a night out in the wild, reminiscing old boyhood memories over a bottle of beer? Buying them camping gear might thus be the best choice of gifts for them. There are a lot of options available to choose in the market, like this Yeti Rumber Coaster.

  1. Bottle opener

Wait, a bottle opener? Yes. How will you open those bottles of beer when you go for a boy’s night out after your honeymoon? 

Despite looking so simple and casual, a simple bottle opener might mean a lot to the boys. It might be treated as a commitment to maintaining the close ties, despite getting someone special in your life.

  1. Wristwatch

A man’s style is crowned by his wristwatch. Thus, there’s no better way of giving thanks to the groomsmen and best man other than buying them a set of classic wristwatches. However, be careful to select one that matches their styles best – most preferably, you can opt for different designs for each, based on their tastes.

  1. Shave and brush set

One last thing that you can consider buying for your best man and the groomsmen is a shaving kit. As long as they got their beard growing, they’ll be remembering the day they stood for you at the best moment of your life. 

Is this all?

Well, not really. As far as gifts go, you can select various items from a vast selection of online stores.

And a pro tip: make sure you order these gifts early enough. Preferably a month before the wedding so that you can deal with any delivery hiccups that may arise.

  1. Plan the honeymoon

 

Despite the 21st century demanding more from the groom as far as wedding planning is concerned, one unbroken rule all through the ages is that the groom must plan for the honeymoon. In most cases, the bride will prefer to be surprised by the location and dates of the planned vacation.

But even if the bride gets involved, add some bit of excitement and plan excursions and fun activities that she won’t be aware of, until you set foot in the place.

In a nutshell

 

Planning a wedding involves more than you, as a groom, being there for your bride and helping her accomplish the large number of tasks she has. Apart from paying attention to the five tips given above, offering emotional support and an array of “I love you” to your bride can go a long way in making the day a success.

 

A Florida Beach Wedding Guide.

 

A Florida Destination Beach Wedding 

 

Written by Michael Jones, with over 30 Years in the Wedding industry Michael is more than qualified to help plan, run, and help with any aspect of your wedding from planning to day of Co Ordination , He was voted President of the Bay Area Bridal Association 6 times by his piers , leading them to the largest Wedding show in the Tampa Bay Area. He owned and operated a Country Club for over 25 years doing over 200 weddings a year. His team is outstanding as he was able to pick the best of the best over the two decades at his club.

 

So why plan a beach wedding in Florida, why not, we have the best weather , we are based on Clearwater Beach , voted now the third year in a row, Best Beach in the whole USA .

 

We can and do of course travel all over the State of Florida, but its here on Clearwater beach that we do most of our weddings, at this time no permit is required , unlike a lot of beaches who have seen a tremendous jump in the number of beach weddings over the past 5 years and so the local Cities are now charging $200 plus for a beach wedding permit at a lot of locations , please check with our staff , who can advise you if the beach your looking at requires a permit.

 

The beauty of what we do, is to make your life as stress free as possible, we come to you , so if you book a beach hotel , villa , condo or house , we can set up right there on the beach for you, so all you have to do on the day , is relax , get dressed and walk out to us. We will already be set up waiting to go.   We typically meet you at the back of the property about 5-10 minutes before the aisle time. The minister will take the groom and guests out to the set up while the photographer waits for the bride to arrive. The photographer will then take a few a pictures of the bride, before bringing her out to us at the set up.  The ceremony takes place.

Once complete we will take a group picture of everyone there, then using the bride and grooms help narrow down and down through family to just themselves.  Its at that point we will typically take the bride and groom, plus their children if they have any, down to the waters edge for the remaining shots, so as to eliminate any other beach traffic, but more importantly to enable us to get a clear backdrop of the fantastic Florida Sunsets over the ocean.

 

After the photographer has completed their hour with you, we will then burn your images to a disc or thumb drive for you, before leaving you, so you have all your images instantly. All copyright free and with full printing right to you. We do then offer a full enhancement program once you have viewed all the pictures. Select the ones you really love and we can enhance them for you, where its just one or the whole shoot.

 

To book us is easy: we require just the $250 retainer, we instantly email out to you an invoice with receipt, a contract, full information on how to get your Florida Marriage License, as it generally has to be done in person, and a choice of ceremony’s for you to pick from.  We then contact you about 2 weeks before your wedding to go over everything with you including choice of ceremony, they are very flexible and can be altered to suit you, including writing your own vows, your color scheme for the decorated Arch, unity sand and fresh Rose petals. 

 

Its then at that time after we have finalized all the details with you that your balance is due just 7-10 days before your big day.

 

Its just that easy, a walk on the beach as so many of our clients have expressed to us juts how easy we made it for them.  We are always available to answer questions by both phone, email and text and try to respond very very quickly so you have the peace of mind of knowing the answer to that all important question as you think of it. 

 

You will have questions for us, please ask, we are here to help guide and make the planning of your Dream Beach wedding in Florida as easy as possible. 

 

 

07.04.2020
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5 WEDDING PLANNING TIPS FOR GROOMS THAT WILL ACE THE DAY In the old days, the groom had two jobs. First, go down on his knees and propose to his girlfriend. Two, make sure the newly crowned fiancé gets all the financial support she needs to plan a seamless wedding.  Well, that was the deal back in the 20th century. Now, in the 21st century, especially 2019, grooms are getting more actively involved in the planning of their weddings. It takes two to tango, and you’ll require two to have a successful wedding day. But how do you do it? Well, you shouldn’t jump all in and start doing everything. There are 5 key ways that you, as a groom, can come in and rock your fiancé’s world by helping her plan an awesome wedding. So, read on to learn more. SPLIT THE WORKLOAD It makes no sense if both of you decide to crowd up doing the same task. For instance, while the bride is busy making sure the cake is done, you can be bent-up making sure the location is secured and all the logistics are taken care of.  Your fiancé will not only appreciate that you are taking some load off her back but by doing so, you’ll also be speeding up the whole planning process. More importantly, the  last-minute planning activities that still need to be done will be handled with a soberer mind, avoiding catastrophe on the last day. START WORKING ON THE WEDDING REGISTRY It’s so hard to figure out what your friends might bring you for your wedding gift. So why not  make a wedding registry?  A wedding registry will help you communicate what you preferably want to be gifted on your special day. You might already have a huge smart TV set that getting another one might be pointless.  Maybe you might be interested in camping gear, kitchenware or some specific home electronics. Make sure you communicate all that in the registry. CAREFULLY SELECT AND OVERSEE YOUR GROOMSMEN It’s your responsibility, as the groom, to ensure that the groomsmen’s list is on check and everyone is busy gearing up for the big day. Thus, you need to find the time, early enough, to  start choosing the groomsmen.  Most times, if the decision is tough for you, you can settle on the best man and have him help you select the rest of the pack. Once the list is done, you need to manage these folks and ensure they fit their suits, stay fit ready for the big day and keep them updated on the activities and schedule for the big day. CHOOSE THE GIFTS FOR THE GROOMSMEN AND BEST MAN Yes, the traveling expenses, accommodation, and food for the time they’ll be around you before the wedding will all fall on them. But how do you finally say thanks to the boys for sticking around? By gifting them. Which kinds of gifts exactly? Well, as far as the men go, jewelry and kitchenware don’t tick. Here are a few that might: Camping gear Who amongst your crew won’t love a night out in the wild, reminiscing old boyhood memories over a bottle of beer? Buying them camping gear might thus be the best choice of gifts for them. There are a  lot of options available to choose in the market, like this  Yeti Rumber Coaster. Bottle opener Wait, a bottle opener? Yes. How will you open those bottles of beer when you go for a boy’s night out after your honeymoon?  Despite looking so simple and casual,  a simple bottle opener might mean a lot to the boys. It might be treated as a commitment to maintaining the close ties, despite getting someone special in your life. Wristwatch A man’s style is crowned by his wristwatch. Thus, there’s no better way of giving thanks to the groomsmen and best man other than buying them a set of classic  wristwatches. However, be careful to select one that matches their styles best – most preferably, you can opt for different designs for each, based on their tastes. Shave and brush set One last thing that you can consider buying for your best man and the groomsmen is  a shaving kit. As long as they got their beard growing, they’ll be remembering the day they stood for you at the best moment of your life.  Is this all? Well, not really. As far as gifts go, you can select various items from a vast selection of online stores. And a pro tip: make sure you order these gifts early enough. Preferably a month before the wedding so that you can deal with any delivery hiccups that may arise. PLAN THE HONEYMOON Despite the 21st century demanding more from the groom as far as wedding planning is concerned, one unbroken rule all through the ages is that the groom must plan for the honeymoon. In most cases, the bride will prefer to be surprised by the location and dates of the planned vacation. But even if the bride gets involved, add some bit of excitement and plan excursions and fun activities that she won’t be aware of, until you set foot in the place. IN A NUTSHELL Planning a wedding involves more than you, as a groom, being there for your bride and helping her accomplish the large number of tasks she has. Apart from paying attention to the five tips given above, offering emotional support and an array of “I love you” to your bride can go a long way in making the day a success.
30.07.2018
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We at Through The Lens Studios are always looking for ways to make life easier for our Brides & Grooms! A few years back we noticed some common things that all of our clients were still in search of and looking for a reliable company with the same top notch customer service that we offer. Our brides were in need of their Ceremony arch and decor as well as officiants who are professional and passionate about their role in the ceremony.  We set out to fill that need, in doing so FL Destination Weddings was created! FL Destination Weddings delivers your entire ceremony setup to any location you dream of! We provide multiple arch options, various decor arrangements and colors, chairs, music, special ceremony additions such as unity sand and amazing officiants who have performed hundreds of ceremonies. The whole ceremony set up is arranged with photographic perfection in mind! Being photographers we have an eye for detail, this lends to gorgeous setups not only in person but in your images as well! We also love that the complete ceremony team is there and on the same page at the same time! We travel together as a well oiled team with minister, photographer and all decor items meaning there will be no vendor mishaps on your big day! We think wedding planning should be fun and stress free, a “Walk In The Park” as we call our most simple package we offer! ( starting at $299) Through The Lens Studios & FL Destination Weddings are the perfect team for your Florida Wedding! www.ThroughTheLensStudios.photography       www.FLDestinationWeddings.com TTL Studios Photography has been capturing memories for over 20 years! Our style is one of creating a photojournalistic storybook of your wedding. For more information, go to our web site www.TTLstudios.photography or call (844) 581-7427.
11.06.2017
Fl Destination Weddings
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Weddings can be expensive events to plan, especially if you and/or your spouse has a large family. This becomes especially true for couples planning destination weddings, which can often make guests worry about costs for the big day. However, not all weddings need to break the bank. We’ve laid out some tips on how you can save money for your wedding. Airfare – While flying first class or purchasing other amenities can make a flight quite enjoyable, they’re not necessary. Sacrificing luxuries like expensive meals, drinks, or seating can dramatically lower your costs. Booking at the right time can also help cut costs on airfare (during the week versus on weekends). Invites – An option that is both eco-friendly and guaranteed to save you money is to use electronic invites in lieu of stationary. Digital invites also allow you to include more details and the bonus of being able to send updates if necessary. Decorations – With beach wedding packages, you’re already surrounded by a beautiful landscape with stunning natural light and a great vibe. This gives you the ability to keep your decorations light, saving you money and letting the location speak for itself. Another way to save money for your big day is by utilizing the service of destination wedding planners. With Florida Destination Weddings, you can get all your planning done with one company for a very competitive price – all customizable to your tastes. Contact us today for more information.
25.05.2017
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After getting most of the planning done for your big day, it can be irritating to know there are certain things you can’t completely plan for your beach wedding like the weather or how your skin is going to look that day. However, you can start a beauty regimen in anticipation of the ceremony to give your skin its best shot at glowing when you’re at the altar. Read below for a beauty regimen you can follow leading up to your destination wedding in Florida. 1 Year Before – Go to a dermatologist and determine what products and medications will best suit your skin so you can start using the right products. 9 Months Before – Settle on your skincare routine, including what products you use, including washes and lotions you use on your body. 6 Months Before – Consider a teeth whitening treatment if you believe you could use one and stop drinking red wine to avoid any damage to your pearly whites. Drinking coffee through a straw would also be a good idea to keep your teeth stain-free. 3 Months Before – Cut back on your sugar intake as much as possible so your skin has time to adjust and clear up in the months leading up to the ceremony. 1 Month or Less Before – Stop your alcohol consumption altogether to help your skin and body be their healthiest. Assess any possible tan lines and utilize professional spray tan services or at home lotions to even out complexion. With these tips in mind, plus healthy diet and exercise, you’ll be looking and feeling your best on your big day. 
10.05.2017
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Wedding registries are a great way to help guests pick out items knowing that you’ll appreciate them and prevent you from getting 10 of the same item. They take the guesswork out of shopping for gifts and can even offer certain discounts. To get the most out of your registry, there are a few things to keep in mind and some research you should do. Register at more than one store By registering at several stores, you allow your guests more to choose from and more ways to get you a personal gift. You can also hope to be more surprised by your wedding gifts and have more unique pieces that if the selection was restricted to one store. Select items with a wide range of price points While you don’t want to ask every guest at your wedding to shell out some major money for your registry, there are certain family members that are going to want to do that. Including gifts in your registry of varying price points allows your guests more freedom and comfort. After all, you don’t want to embarrass your guests by asking them to get a gift they can’t afford. Set it up early Don’t wait until the last minute to get your registry set up, as that will leave your guests scrambling at the last minute to find presents! Doing your research early on and selecting your registry gives your guests a comfortable amount of time to find the right gifts. Keep these tips in mind when you’re planning your destination wedding in Florida to make the most of your registry for both your sake and your guests’!
27.04.2017
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You want your wedding to run as seamlessly as possible, and we can help. In order to ensure a stress-free, enjoyable event, it’s important to plan ahead of time to avoid any issues the day of. Especially for beach weddings, there are a lot of factors you may have to plan for that you wouldn’t have to indoors. We’ve previously touched on a few of these reasons, here are some more to help you out: Avoid heels For anyone who was interested in wearing heels for the wedding – think again. High heels and sand unfortunately do not go well together, so encourage guests to consider options like flat-soled sandals, wedges, or another form of shoe that won’t sink and get stuck in the sand. Provide shade Even in a dress, the beach can sometimes be unbearably hot when the sun is beating down on you. To avoid guests getting impatient or dehydrated, set up areas of shade like a canopy over the seating area where those at the wedding can take a break from the sun. Offer refreshments In the same note, make sure to have plenty of liquids to keep you and your guests hydrated. Offer things like water, lemonade, and maybe a cocktail or two so attendees can quickly stop by, refresh and keep enjoying the ceremony. If you’re interested in a beach wedding and need help sorting through destination wedding packages, come to FLDestinationWeddings.com. We’ll help you create your perfect day.
26.03.2017
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Beach weddings in Florida can be beautiful affairs that will make lasting memories for all involved. However, there are some major and minor differences between an indoor wedding and one occurring on a beach. For this reason, there are few things to keep in mind to ensure your beach wedding runs as smoothly as possible. Think about privacy You want your friends and family at your wedding ceremony, but you probably don’t want the general public crowding the event. Public beaches can be quite crowded, especially on holiday weekends. So be careful when picking a date and deciding between which private or public beach you’d like to have the ceremony at. Use the natural beauty to your advantage There are a lot of benefits to having outdoor weddings, one of the biggest being that nature provides its own beautiful decorations. On a beach, you already have the sand, sky, and beautiful ocean as your backdrop. Instead of loading up on other decorations, highlight the natural beauty of your setting. Think about time of day Weddings are photographed to remember forever, for both the happy couple and their guests. Natural, outdoor lighting can lend itself to stunning images, if you’re careful about what time of day you’re snapping pictures. The hours before sunset often photograph well, so a later ceremony could be good for pictures and allow a beautiful view of sunset.
13.03.2017
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Vow renewals are joyous celebrations of the love between two individuals that can occur any number of years into a marriage. With divorce rates for new marriages rising, vow renewals become even more celebratory and rare. There are a variety of reasons a couple may choose to say “I do” a second time and in a previous blog we’ve touched on a few of the most common ones. Here are a couple more: Formal ceremony Sometimes, two people are so in love they just can’t wait to get their lives started with one another and end up eloping or making a quick trip to the courthouse for the nuptials. While they may not regret this quick marriage, down the line they may regret not having certain family and loved ones there to celebrate. Vow renewals allow those joined in quick marriages to have a formal ceremony with friends and family. Love Above all else, one of the best and simplest reasons to renew vows is because of love. Sometimes, two people very much in love can fall out of it with time, but there are always couples that defy this and love each other more each and every day. Vow renewals are a great way to celebrate this happy and successful union. If you and your significant other are thinking about renewing your vows and are considering a destination wedding of sorts, turn to FL Destination Weddings. We have a variety of Florida beach wedding packages to choose from and will help you create an unforgettable event.
17.02.2017
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Unfortunately, divorces are becoming more prominent in society; with around 40 to 50% of first marriages ending in one. However, that doesn’t discourage people from joyously marrying their significant others or even saying “I do,” a second time around. Couples choose to renew their vows for a variety of reasons, but either way, vow renewals give couples the opportunity to form another fond, loving memory to share. Here are some of the most common reasons couples decide to renew their vows. Financial Stability Often, young couples don’t have the extra funds to have the wedding of their dreams. This can result in a variety of outcomes from the bride not having her dream dress to the couple not being able to invite as many people as they’d like. Later on, spouses may find themselves more financially stable, allowing them to renew their vows with their dream ceremony. Milestone Anniversary As mentioned above, divorces are on the rise. This gives even more reason to celebrate a 1st, 5th, 10th or 20th anniversary! When a couple has reached one of these milestone anniversaries, it’s a great opportunity to celebrate their love and unity with family and friends. Inclusion of New People A lot of couples get married before they have started a family together, or before meeting lifelong friends they wish they could’ve had at their nuptials. Vow renewals allow couples to include their children in the ceremony or even have people who couldn’t make the original wedding. If you and your significant other are considering a vow renewal, what better way to do it is there but a sunny beach destination? Consider a destination wedding in Florida for your second “I do,” for an unforgettable experience.
01.02.2017
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Welcome to our blog! Our team at FL Destination Weddings has been in the wedding industry for 30 years. Our team of professionals is dedicated to bringing you the weddings of your dreams, from start to finish. We noticed the demand for beautiful, destination weddings and a way to make them more affordable and accessible to the public. Our in-house services include music, photography, flowers and more. We don’t sub contract any of the work for your big day to ensure that the ceremony runs effortlessly and that you don’t have to break the bank to get the wedding you want. In addition, if you don’t see something in one of our packages that you want, we will take the steps to create a more customized package for your preferences. We’ve serviced weddings in most of Florida’s state parks and beaches, but that doesn’t mean we exclusively work outdoors. We’ve also held ceremonies at restaurants, vacation rental homes, and if you’d like, we could even arrange a beautiful ceremony in your living room!  When you’re looking to create the wedding of your dreams with a destination wedding in Florida, turn to FLDestinationWeddings.com. We’ll be with you every step of the way, ensuring you a beautiful, romantic experience to share with those you love.
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