My Husband is in the Military. What is the Protocol for Military Weddings?

Question: My Husband is in the Military. What is the Protocol for Military Weddings? Bella Says: Like any other wedding, military weddings also signify traditions and etiquette. Unsurprisingly, uniforms and patriotic décor are the norms at these ceremonies. Yet, there’s so much more than what meets the eyes.  Let’s first understand what military weddings are. …

Learn the Benefits of Having a Small Destination Wedding

Many people often think that to have a perfect wedding they need to invite more than 100 people. But the reality is that a small destination wedding can be as magical as a large one. It’s not about the number of guests, a wedding it’s about celebrating love with the people who matter. So, it’s…

What’s the Difference Between A Room Block and Flexible Group?

It’s no secret that choosing between contracted vs. flexible groups can be a big deal for many couples when it comes to planning their destination wedding. Many wedding couples have asked, “what’s the difference between a room block and a flexible group?” With so much misinformation floating around it’s no wonder so many are confused…

Can I Customize My Destination Wedding at a Resort?

Planning for destination weddings at popular resorts can be overwhelming with all the bells and whistles that come with it.  Expert planners can get the confusion out of the way by helping you to customize your wedding the way you want it to be. Let’s find how to choose the right one. Do You Need…

When Should I Send My Destination Wedding Invitations?

 “When to send your wedding invitations?” It’s probably one of the most common doubts many couples face on their journey. The standard rule suggests that wedding invitations should be sent four to six weeks in advance to avoid prolonged RSVP delays. However, when it comes to wedding destinations this rule may change a little. Couples…

When Should I Book My Destination Wedding?

The rule of thumb is that you should book your destination wedding 12-16 months in advance. Of course, there’s always a little (and sometimes a lot) of wiggle room.