The trend of having a destination marriage ceremony is growing up these days. Many couples are organizing their wedding function outside of their residence location. Most of them have a wish of getting married at their dream locations. In India, Manali, Shimla, Munnar, Goa, and Udaipur are the popular places which many natives and foreigners choose to tie the knot. If you have also planned this, you can get an Indian wedding card printed incorporating details about the location to excite invitees. However, you should also know about some etiquette while planning a destination marriage and these are mentioned below.
It is important to send Indian wedding cards as soon as possible because your guests will need time to get prepared for the ceremony. You can also let them know by sending save-the-date cards if there is a delay in printing invitations. In the traditional way, you send save-the-date cards six months in advance and invitations four weeks in advance, but it is not appropriate to send these a year in advance when it is a destination wedding. This timeline can extend because your guests will need to book a hotel, get flight tickets, arrange transportation and acquire a visa if they have to travel foreign country, when you are not arranging all these things for them.
You should give your invitees enough time to do above mentioned things. If you get extra time, it will be easier to arrange everything within the timeline since you will also have to consider laws and other conditions at a particular place. If you are having an intimate ceremony, probably you will invite your closed ones. In this case, the timeline of sending invitation cards can shrink. You can also get confused about who pays. However, it is appropriate to arrange hotel rooms for guests while they are arriving at the ceremony at their own expenses.
Well, these are few points which you should know about while planning a destination wedding.
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