240 pages, 9.08 × 7.39 × 0.6 in
March 13, 2007
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0307341925
ISBN - 13: 9780307341921
About the Book
From the beaches of the Bahamas to the castles of Scotland, the biggest trend in matrimony in the past decade is the destination wedding. Now the founder of the world's favorite wedding Web site, TheKnot.com, breaks down the unique process of planning a ceremony from afar.
From the Publisher
The biggest trend to hit weddings in the past decade is the destination wedding. Whether on a Caribbean beach or in the Italian countryside, more and more couples throw their weddings far from home. The idea is an exciting one, but planning long distance can be complicated . . . .
In The Knot Guide to Destination Weddings, Carley Roney and JoAnn Gregoli break down the unique process of planning from afar—from deciding on your destination to whether or not you should fly in your officiant—and all the legal and practical considerations in between. Armed with a variety of experts on the subject, tips, and lessons from couples who have been through the experience, this book is jam-packed with checklists and practical, insightful advice from wedding people in-the-know.
With so many intricacies to take care of, couples “wedding away” need a clear game plan. The Knot Guide to Destination Weddings ensures no detail, big or small, will fall through the cracks. The authors tackle:
•picking out and booking the perfect location
•listings of the top wedding spots worldwide
•establishing the wedding budgets
•hiring planners and/or vendors from a distance
•the etiquette of destination weddings
•countless ways to make your wedding unique
•legal marriage requirements for foreign locales
•planning a full weekend of events, including the reception, rehearsal dinner, and guest activities
•using the Internet to coordinate the event
About the Author
Carley Roney is founder and editor in chief of The Knot (www.theknot.com and AOL keyword: knot), the world's most popular and complete wedding Web site. She fields the questions and concerns of more than one million couples a month.