Destination Wedding Etiquette - Tourism Indonesia


Thursday, December 16, 2010

Destination Wedding Etiquette

Holding destination wedding is a bit tricky especially when it’s comes to the etiquette. Here are some destination wedding etiquette that you should no before holding or attending a destination wedding.

Sending destination wedding invitation should give ample time to the guests to plan their trip to the wedding destination so the invitations need to be sent as early as possible usually as soon as you have finalized your planning, four to six months before the wedding date is good.

When giving gift at destination wedding it is acceptable wedding reception etiquette to have the parents of the bride or groom let guests know to send gifts to the couple’s home, or to only bring gifts of money or gift certificates to the destination.

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  1. Gratitude my friend for sharing Destination Wedding Etiquette. I am also willing to have the destination ceremony at the prettiest Seattle Wedding venues. My fiancé didn’t like the idea so were not able to settle on the location “thing”. But now he is considering my favorite destination location so we can break the news to our loved ones pretty soon about the wedding day as well as venue.


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