After attending my first destination wedding as a guest, I realized there were many things I didn't consider before leaving! I was traveling from New Jersey, all the way to Nosara, Costa Rica. Nosara is a small surf town, made up of dirt roads that lead to boutique hotels and homes. It is such an amazing place, but because of how different the culture is from my home, there was no option to run to the store to quickly pick up a the things I forgot! So much more goes into a destination wedding than a wedding at home, so I hope these tips help you when you're prepping to travel for a wedding!
Sunset in Nosara, Costa Rica. Seeing this view each evening made me forget about anything I may have forgotten to bring with me! Destination weddings are a time to enjoy your family and friends in a beautiful place. Don’t stress too much!
I hope these tips will help you prep for your wedding travels and be prepared when you arrive at your destination! Most importantly, try not to stress! In every group, someone is bound to forget something. Don't worry! Check in with other guests to see if it's something you can borrow... ps, aunts are great at having everything you'll need and then some!
Weddings are meant to be fun, stress-free and happy! Although prepping and having all your accessories is great, you'll have an amazing trip with your family and friends even if you forget your evening bag or if your dress is a little wrinkled.
Go to San Juan del Sur beach town in one day and come back to Managua. This trip is perfect to get relaxed at a private beach, get tanned under the sun, lay down over the sand and take unique panoramic pictures at "El Cristo". San Juan del Sur is well known as one of the best beach town environments made out by restaurants, bars, and tropical music
Relish your visit to the island of Roatan, designing your day your way, do the things you love to do while your local guide provide you with fascinating information about Roatan unique history and culture