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Planning a Destination Wedding? 6 Things to Tell Your Travel Agent

October 4, 2017 2:27 am

If you're getting married on a tropical island or chic European villa, your wedding planning is likely a bit more complicated. This is why the majority of couples planning destination weddings rely heavily on a travel agent.

Below are six things to tell your travel agent, from the experts at travel resource Vacation.

Guest Count: Even if it's an estimate, it helps your agent provide initial recommendations.

Guest Origins: Where will your guests be flying in from? One of the best things a travel agent can assist with is booking group air, hotel and ground transportation. Not only does it make travel easier, but also it can save everyone money and time. Especially the engaged couple.

Kids or No Kids: Will your dream day be a multi-generational family affair or a swank adults-only soiree? Your travel expert needs to know to help you select the perfect venue.

Money, money, money: If your wedding guests have varying budgets, don't be shy about telling your travel agent. This is something they want to know so they can ensure your guests travel in the manner they can afford.

VIP List: Although every guest matters, there are some that you'll want to provide with extra special attention. Your travel agent can help secure upgrades and extra amenities to surprise and delight these guests.

Honeymoon Plans: Once you've said "I do" and danced the night away, what's your plan? If you were getting married at home, you'd be jetting off to your honeymoon, but with a destination wedding, the "what's next" question can be a little trickier. You might opt to keep the party going with your nearest and dearest for a few more days, or escape to another destination for some time with just the two of you. Your travel agent can provide options for either scenario.

Source: Vacation

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