Details for an All-Inclusive Destination Wedding

You two as a couple know what matters most to you on your special day. Would you want live music or a specific flower for the ceremony? Before selecting the best package for you, it can be helpful to make a list of these desires in advance and discuss it with your destination wedding specialist and venue coordinator. All-inclusive wedding packages typically include the following:

  • Airline group ticketing
  • Group transportation
  • Venue selection
  • Hotel room reservations at discounted prices
  • Rehearsal dinners
  • Welcome cocktails
  • Destination activities in and around the wedding
  • Decor
  • Chairs, Tables, Tents, Lighting and Audio Visual
  • Bouquets and Boutonnieres among other floral arrangements
  • Music entertainment DJ’S & or Bands
  • Catering
  • Bar & liquor services

All of these components of a traditional wedding would often be considered distinct costs. However, by combining all of these services into one, couples can save thousands of dollars (on top of the dozens of hours that would normally be spent planning these services!) with an all-inclusive destination wedding package. Additionally, if something on your “must-have” list isn’t offered as part of the resort’s standard wedding package, don’t panic; your resort coordinator can help you add it. For an additional fee, you could, for instance, upgrade from a DJ to a live band or give your wedding’s décor a little extra flair (tiki torches, anyone?). It’s vital to check the small print or chat with the resort directly because some provide more amenities and luxury for wedding guests than others.