I am in the begining stages of planning my Destination Wedding for next summer. I was wondering if anyone has used their services before and if you have any advice on what to expect. I did not see a central office (or any office addresses anywhere), were you able to meet with you Destination Wedding Planner in person? If not, was everything done via phone conversations? If so did you use anything except for your personal number (i.e. Skype, Video, etc.)? Again, their site looks good, but - call me old fashion - I would really like to be able to sit and talk to someone in person, get brochures, etc. I am willing to pay consultation fees (I assume that those are standard, but I am still not sure how much I should expect to pay).
DestinationWeddings.com seems credible for the simple fact that they've done so many weddings, but I would really love to hear some personal experience and recomendations. If it makes a difference, I am looking at having my wedding in the Rivera Maya or somewhere else in the Caribbean.
Thanks in advance for all your advice, personal experience, and recommendations.
~ A really excited and one lucky Bride.1 AnswerOther - Caribbean10 years ago
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