We're continuing our week of planning the Sandals Wedding by Martha Stewart here at Exuma in the Bahamas and I thought now would be a good time to share some helpful tips for planning your own destination wedding.
As you know, with any wedding, but especially a destination wedding, some things are out of your control (as much as a bride would like to plan every detail). That is also why it's a good idea to choose a planner or location where they can help support you should plans change. Today there is a "storm" passing through the area so it is quite windy, which is perfect for sunbathing cause there's a nice breeze -- but not perfect for your "beach" wedding where menu cards will fly and glasses with spill over. We've just taken a whirl around the property to scout out some less windy options. I'm sharing them with you here and would love to know your thoughts. The moral of the story -- always have a plan b. Consider all weather options during the planning stage, and pick a beautiful location (like we've done here) where there are multiple weather options...we plan to wait til closer to the ceremony (it's today at 5:00) -- and we'll decide mid-day where Liz and Colin's wedding will take place.