It seems that most couples who choose a Caribbean wedding destinations are more focused on the environment than they are on the miscellaneous other details. Their priorities lie in having a great time with family and friends, leaving such things as fancy food and elaborate décor lower down on the priority list. It’s all about having fun and soaking in the surroundings.
Commonly, a destination wedding is synonymous with an intimate wedding. If you want those that couldn’t miss your wedding for the world to come, a destination wedding will take care of that need. Barring any extreme circumstances, those that are closest to you will likely come even if you got married in Timbuctoo.
And being that the trend is going towards unique and personalized weddings that couples can put their signature on, a destination wedding really fits the bill.
Lastly, there’s budget. One of the reasons that more couples are loving the idea of a Caribbean wedding is because of the rising costs of traditional weddings at home. Not only does a smaller guest list mean less expense, but budget can also be greatly impacted by some of the more cost-effective venues in the Caribbean. Many resorts can be a real bargain when the venue reduces ceremony and reception costs because they plan to make up the profit in more guest room bookings.