The idea of marrying abroad is so romantic - guaranteed good weather, amazing food and something truly memorable for all - why not do it! But it's easy to panic about the cost of hotels, food and entertainment for your guests. So what is the best way to go about it?
We turned to the experts: "The most important thing to do when getting married abroad is to make it clear from the start what will be included for guests," says Caroline Hale of Pomp & Ceremony Wedding Planning.
"For example, the night-before cocktail party, the wedding breakfast and drinks that day. This will avoid a lot of stress for guests desperate to know what they're expected to pay for."
"The details can be given on the invitations and a pack or sheet can be enclosed with information on hotels, just as it would be if the wedding were in the UK."
"It's also worth securing a preferential rate at the venue hotel or another hotel nearby. Guests will appreciate the gesture of a reduced rate - it's a nice touch."
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