Wedding abroad – 20 most important rules

  1. Location selection:
    • Finding the perfect location according to your preferences.
    • Check availability of dates and reserve a date.
  2. Legal aspects:
    • Familiarize yourself with local wedding regulations for foreigners.
    • Assistance in obtaining necessary documents and permits.
  3. Transport:
    • Organization of transport for the bride and groom and guests from the airport to the ceremony and reception venue.
  4. Wedding team:
    • Coordinate the wedding band, including music, photographer, videographer, and other vendors.
  5. Communication with guests:
    • Informing guests about travel, accommodation and event details.
  6. Accommodation:
    • Assistance in finding and booking accommodation for guests.
  7. Decorations and floristry:
  8. Menu and catering:
    • Developing a menu adapted to local cuisine.
    • Organizing menu trials and securing catering.
  9. Schedule planning:
    • Development of a detailed schedule of events for the wedding day and surrounding days.
  10. Wedding day supervisor:
    • Assigning a wedding day supervisor who coordinates all aspects of the event.
  11. Additional attractions:
    • Organizing additional attractions for guests, such as trips, tastings and evening entertainment.
  12. Protocol:
    • Preparation of protocol for key moments such as ceremony, toast, first dance, etc.
  13. Security:
    • Ensuring the safety of guests, especially if the wedding takes place in an exotic location.
  14. Insurance:
    • Advice on insurance against unforeseen situations.
  15. Attempt:
    • Organization of a wedding rehearsal for the bride and groom and the wedding team.
  16. Gifts and thanks:
    • Selection, purchase and delivery of gifts for guests and thank you notes to suppliers.
  17. Technology and communication:
    • Providing access to technology (e.g. live streaming for those who cannot be present).
  18. Additional Reservations:
    • Assistance in booking restaurants, tourist attractions and other additional events for the bride and groom and guests.
  19. Logistics check:
    • Ensuring that all necessary logistics, such as transportation, are well organized.
  20. Plan B:
    • Preparing an emergency plan in case of weather changes or other unforeseen circumstances.

Remember that each wedding abroad requires an individual approach, so these tasks may need to be adapted depending on the specific circumstances and preferences of the bride and groom.

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