destination wedding / dustlynn + phillip
dustlynn & phillip
Dustlynn and Phillip got married at the luxurious Pine Event Space in Davenport, North Dakota. Witnessing the blending of two cultures was an absolute treat. This wedding was so much fun. Hollywood-esque Grand Entrances, beautiful father and daughter dances, and true love filled this wedding throughout the day. What a day.
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If you are on a budget we have a package that starts at $3000.
Ceremony Venue – The Pines
Photographer- Liz Huebsch Photography
Dress- Your Day by Nicole
Catering- Chefs Catering
You are only required to pay for the ceremony and reception portion of the destination wedding. Your guests should be expected to pay for all travel and hotel accomodations. Although having transportation to and from the airport, discounts on affordable hotels or all-inclusive resorts, or a welcome brunch will go a long way with your guests.
Destination weddings are cheaper than a traditional wedding, allows you cross that beautiful resort off your bucket list, and can often allow couples to spend more time vacationing and enjoying themselves with close friends and family. A traditional wedding usually ends up being one day and doesn't allow the time to spend quality time with loved ones.
If you decide to go with a destination wedding, plan on sending out the save the dates 6 plus months in advance. Traditional weddings would require about 4 months notice, so do them the courtesy and let them know ahead of time, especially if they are going to have to go abroad, or take off a week from work to celebrate with y'all.
A destination wedding is typically a wedding where guests are expected. There is no set number on the guest list, and all the traditions of a normal wedding apply.
An elopement is more intimate, sometimes only the couple and a photographer or their closest friends and family. An elopement can also include more adventure and break more of the customary rules.