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Unlike Global Weds Pop Up wedding choice, the U.S. Destination package is based on the services that have been chosen by the clients. We cannot give a figurative pricing quote until we know detailed information of services that is requested by the client. After you complete the Destination Wedding Quote Form, we will contact you to confirm we have received your pre-order and again to give you a quote for services. Thank you for choosing Global Weds.
Destination Weds US & More
No Passport Required Wedding Destination within the U.S. Perimeter
Not everyone has a passport for various reasons however that is no reason to not that the destination wedding you always dreamed of. Global Travel Weddings wants you to have that remarkable and dream able destination wedding with no problem. We know there are great destination weddings venues and regions within the U.S. We know because we have traveled the globe and took notes from some the best places in the world. From ranches to resorts and inns to private estates and beaches. “YOU NAME IT!” The places we have chosen just for you in like being on a movie scene however you and your spouse to be are the main attraction and the stars of the show. Each destination is unique in its own way, are affordable, and most are family friendly in case you want the entire clad involved.
We can plan the perfect destination wedding for you and the kicker is, we do all the work to make sure your paradise is just that. There are so many gorgeous locations in within the U. S. to have your nuptials and we have visited and researched every destination listed in order that you will not get any surprises. We have talked and dined with the locals, went on the excursions from parasailing to ziplining, we have shopped in the market places, or tried different foods. We will definitely give you our honest opinion.
There are so many beautiful places to be hitched in the United States and we are giving you several locations to choose from. This is a preferred listing of great destinations spots with no passport required however, it is your dream wedding and we will research wherever you desire.
Carmel Valley, CA
The Big Island, Hawaii
Paso Robles, CA
Indian Wells, CA
The Prairie at Round Top - Round Top, TX
Sea Island - Sea Island, GA
Eau Palm Beach Resort & Sp - Manapalan, FL
Panama City Beach, FL
West Palm Beach, FL
Turnberry Isle Miami - Aventura, FL
House Island - Portland, ME
Friendly Crossways Retreat Center - Harvard, MA
Oceanbleu - Westhampton Beach, NY
Salamander Resort and Spa - Middleburg, VA
Napa Valley, CA
Islands of Hawaii
St. Thomas Puerto Rico
Dallas, TX and Region
New Orleans, LA
Myrtle Beach, SC
Martha’s Vineyard, MA
Cape Cod, MA
Las Vegas, NV
Door County, Wisconsin
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Lake Placid, New York
Park City, Utah
San Francisco, California
Aruba, Mexico, Jamaica, Bahamas, St. Lucia, Jamaica,, Bermuda, Barbados, & More
Looking for luxury in the middle of Utah, look no further. Feel connected. Perfect wellness retreat. Include suites, pavilions, isolated 4-bedroom home. All meals during stay. Resort offers excursions such as horseback riding, watersports, & guided hikes at additional cost. Reserve your wedding and corporate retreats.
Spare absolutely no expense at this gem resort i(St. Lucia) Breathtaking views, amazing scenery & excursions...An one-of-a-kind experience that you won't forget. Includes: 📷RT airfare for 2 📷Transfers 📷Galaxy Infinity Pool Sanctuary room 📷All-Inclusive 📷Cocktail & drink pkg in room 📷Tours & excursions 📷Guided boat snorkel trip 📷Scuba diving course 📷$500 anniversary certificate (returned visit) *pricing subject to availability of rooms/airfare at time of booking. Must reserve in advance .
Save $150 per couple on any Alaska rail vacation! Travel through Alaska by rail this year with a 10-day journey to Anchorage, Seward, Talkeetna, Denali National Park, and Fairbanks! 📷One-way rail on the iconic Alaska Railroad in Gold Star accommodations from Anchorage to Seward; Seward to Anchorage; Anchorage to Talkeetna, Talkeetna to Denali and Denali to Fairbanks. 📷9 nights' hotel accommodations 📷2 meals included (2 lunches)
Dates Varies & Cost Varies
2 Adults All Inclusive Flight and hotel only Deposit $250.00 per person Next to Atlantis Casino 6 Restaurants 4 Bars Welcome Reception Concierge service
1. Blowing Off Your Wedding Budget
Money may not be the most fun topic to discuss considering your engagement, but it is so important. The first step couples should take is getting the decision-makers together and establishing a firm budget. Many times, excited to-be-weds start booking vendors and making purchases without having a budget in mind—and then are shocked to discover they have already spent most of their money and do not have all the things they need. Planning a wedding is serious business, so it is important to make a budget and keep track of your expenditures, so you have all your ducks in a row and can relax on your wedding day.
2. Blowing Your Fashion Budget on Just the Dress
If you have $1,500 set aside for your bridal look, that does not necessarily mean you will be able to buy a gown with a $1,500 price tag. Tack on tax and, if you are not buying off the rack, shipping. You will likely need alterations too. Do not forget to factor in your undergarments, shoes, veil, hair accessories, and jewelry when budgeting for your overall look.
3. Sending Out Save-the-Dates Too Soon
It may be tempting to tell everyone about your wedding date as soon as possible, but do not send those save-the-date cards until you have finalized the guest list. Save the dates are typically sent out eight to ten months before your wedding date, and longer if you are planning a Destination Wedding. Also, be sure to send only to guests you are positive you want to attend.
4. Ordering Your Wedding Dress Too Late
If you are purchasing a wedding that needs to be ordered, which will most likely need to be, do so by the six-month mark at the latest. Since your dress will be custom-made (and possibly shipped from overseas), buffer in ample time to receive the piece and complete fittings. In addition, most off-the-rack wedding dresses will require alterations, so make certain you have enough time for that entire process. The same goes for the bridesmaid dresses.
5. Booking Hotel Rooms Too Late
This is an easy wedding planning mistake to make for newly engaged couples. To-be-weds will leave the task of securing hotel room blocks for out-of-town wedding guests until the last minute. If you are marrying during a busy time and you do not look into hotel availability in advance, you can end up with no rooms for your guests, so reserve as early as possible. Include hotel information in your save-the-date cards, wedding website, and emails.
6. Skipping the Videographer
Photos are a must for most couples, but they only take you so far—videos let you hear each other's voices as you say your vows and watch your friends tear up the dance floor. By hiring a professional photographer/videographer, you can document your wedding, you will be able to relive those special moments you may have missed on the day.
7. Inviting Too Many Guests
Your guest list and the maximum capacity of people at the reception site should match up. You cannot invite 400 people assuming only 250 will accept. If you end up with 300 acceptances, you may have to turn 50 guests away. As much as vendors would like to accommodate you, most wedding venues are prohibited from adding even one additional table. Analyze your guest list from the beginning, assume 80 percent will respond "yes" and limit that amount accordingly.
8. Micromanaging Your Vendors
You are booking talented pros who understand your vision, so it is important to let them do their jobs. We know it is tempting to control every detail, but after your initial meetings, it is best to step back and trust the pros to get it right. The pros know best and believe them when they tell you.
9. Hiring a Friend Instead of a Pro
Your friend from college may make amazing workout playlists, but that does not mean they will make a great wedding DJ. The same goes for your friend who is an expert Instagrammer—this does not make her a photographer. Even on a tight budget, we always recommend hiring professional wedding vendors with experience. Plus, it's more fun if your friends can fully enjoy your wedding day with you anyway.
10. Forgetting to Focus on What's Important
Keep in mind you are getting married and starting a life together. Be good to each other. Some tension, whether it is between you as a couple or with loved ones, is inevitable due to the heavy decisions that accompany weddings. Remember why you decided to take this leap in the first place.
Q. Do I have enough time to plan everything myself?
A. It depends on how early you start to plan your wedding; however, I recommend that you leave the travel and accommodations to a professional and it can be very hectic no matter when you start the process.
Q. Do you reserve the photography?
A. It depends on what package you choose. We can definitely find a professional photographer for you at cost.
Q. Should I do a site visit?
A. If you can swing it, we highly suggest you visit your destination venue however, we are professionals and only book 4 and up 5 stars tiered resorts. We know the venues before you book.
Q. Do we need Save The Dates and/or Formal invites?
Save the Dates are a great way to let guests know that you are planning a Destination Wedding. We will assist in this area after you give us your potential wedding list to make it less of a stressor for you.
Q. Should we host a welcome party?
A. Of course! Guests have traveled near and far and maybe have not all met. We can coordinate this event for you however, it depends on the package you choose.
Q. Do we have to pay for our guests or the wedding party’s travel and accommodations?
A. No, unless you desire to. Leave the travel to us. We got you.
Q. Should we allow kids or make it Adult-Only?
A. Do not feel obligated to allow kids; this is your wedding and vacation. It is fine to let guests know it's okay to bring their kids, but you will not be providing childcare services or planning extra activities for them. Clearly state your policy.