All-Inclusive Destination Weddings under $10k
Updated: Sep 27, 2020
If you think an all-inclusive destination wedding may be right for you, our Certified Journeys Inc. Destination Wedding experts have compiled some tips for you:
Select one of the BIG 3 all-inclusive resort destinations to keep your costs down (Hint-your Destination Wedding Specialist will know what these are).
Wedding packages for all types of ceremonies & receptions: including FREE wedding packages, customize your own or select a pre-designed package.
Wedding planners make your life so much easier, so leave it to the pros & the best part is they’re included with an all-inclusive resort wedding package.
When’s the big day? Make sure you plan your wedding during off-season in your destination to help keep the costs down, but remember there can be weather risks with the off-season.
The more people you bring, the more you save on events, which is COMPLETELY opposite of a local wedding.
Bring the family! There are many resorts to choose from for families and adults only. Some resorts even have an adults-only section.
Choose a weekday wedding as many all-inclusive resorts offer more complimentary amenities for weekday weddings.
Use your natural surroundings of gorgeous beaches and gardens for your decor.
Stick to local vendors instead of bringing your own with you as there's typically a charge to bring photographers, hair stylists, and wedding officiants on property unless they're staying for the entire event.
All-inclusive resorts will save you tons of money and will keep you from having to plan a full weekend of events.
This is the MOST important tip: Use a Destination Wedding Specialist. This goes without saying. Destination Wedding Specialists know which resorts will be the best fit for your party size to maximize the complimentary amenities, offer professional planning services for you and your guests to ensure you're not responsible for booking all the rooms, air, transfers, and travel insurance, and provide their expertise in negotiating resort contracts on your behalf.