Destination weddings can be a godsend to some couples. When planning your wedding, you can end up with a guest list of more than 300 people if you let your outside influences get involved. There isn’t a right way to try to regain control over what is supposed to be your big day, but you do have a few options.
One way is just to have a destination wedding. By planning something out of the country you narrow down the guest list and save a ton of money by not having to accommodate everyone that is planning to attend. Leaving the country trims your guest list down considerably because it might no be in some of your guest’s budgets. If you’re at an all-inclusive resort, you just passed most of your cost on to your guests and now you are just concerned about the festivities for those that can make it.
Take me with you!
Finding the right vendors out of the country to ensure you get what you need can be daunting. Knowing that you have someone to work with stateside can mean everything and then some. Resorts charge all types of fees to bring in outside vendors, but the easy way around it is to pay for your photographer or videographer to stay at the resort with you.
My options below can help ensure you have security in that you have someone you can learn to trust before and after your big day. I have two options that will give you full coverage on your wedding day and on the other days I am there on-site with you.
Let’s schedule a video conference call to discuss your needs and what I can do for you.
- * Expenses + $2,000 *
- 1 Videographer
- 3 Days / 4 nights of Coverage
- 10 hours of Coverage
- 2 Hours of Coverage on Off Days
- Instagram Video
- Instagram Video Upgrade $150
- Drone Coverage $150
- Raw Footage $250
- 3 Additional Hours $500
- Destination Love Story Video $500