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Within these pages you will find information, links, answers to questions and, other wedding event resources. In one convenient location you will be able to review a wide range of wedding information.

We recommend that you post questions in response to the articles below; answers are posted freely.

Finally you may contact us to engage our services as a wedding planner. We also provide travel arrangements for your out of town guests and affordable honeymoon packages.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Tips for Planning Your Honeymoon

Purchase your complete honeymoon in advance, including your air, hotel, and activities.

Make sure to leave at least one day in between your wedding day and your honeymoon trip. Most flights leave in the early morning, so you'll want to make sure you have everything and give yourself enough time to get to the airport.

Your passport may still be in your maiden name, so make sure the information on your air and hotel reservation matches your passport and any other required travel documentation.

Take a copy of your marriage certificate. Many hotels require proof of marriage to take advantage of special amenities exclusive for honeymooning couples.

Let your guests contribute to your once in a lifetime trip by registering with a honeymoon registry. Here, your guests will have the opportunity to purchase components of your honeymoon as gifts, such as a couple's massage, dinner on the beach, and much more.

This is a trip of a lifetime, so pamper yourself by flying first-class, upgrading your room to a suite, or by considering hotels that cater to honeymoon couples.

Go for the all-inclusive honeymoon package, with your food, beverages, accommodations, and amenities taken care of, it'll be one less thing on your mind as you travel and re-connect with each other after your big day.

Once you arrive at your honeymoon destination, remember enjoy yourselves. Indulge in this time with each other. Relax, rejuvenate, and make sure both of you are enjoying your honeymoon.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Outstanding Bachelorette Specials!

The islands of Tahiti, with their world-renowned blue lagoons and endless beauty, were chosen as the backdrop for The Bachelorette’s season finale which airs tonight, August 2 on ABC.

The dream dates were filmed at the romantic Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa, a Relais & Chateaux hotel and the dramatic final rose ceremony took place at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa.

Experience paradise for yourself like Ali and her bachelors with these great special offers!

TAHAA DREAM ESCAPE/Bachelorette Special!
This vacation special includes:
- Roundtrip from Los Angeles
- 1 night Tahiti, Manava Suites Resort, Guest Room
- 4 nights Tahaa, Le Tahaa Island Resort & Spa, Raiatea Overwater Villa
- Interisland airfare
- Daily Breakfasts for two on Le Tahaa
- One 30 minute spa treatment for 2 persons at Manea Spa
- Welcome lei & all transfers

From $2499
Flying from Los Angeles

9 Days Tahiti, Taha’a & Bora Bora - a bachelorette special offer
This vacation special includes:
- Roundtrip from Los Angeles
- 1 night Manava Suite Resort Tahiti, Garden Studio Suite
- 3 nights Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa, Raiatea Overwater Bungalow
- 4 nights Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, Garden Pool Suite
- Inter-island flights and all airport transfers
- Meet & Greet with flower lei on arrival
- Shell lei on departure

From $3399
Flying from Los Angeles

9 Day Tahiti Romantic Moments - a bachelorette special offer
This vacation special includes:
- Roundtrip from Los Angeles
- 1 night Manava Suite Resort Tahiti, Lagoon Studio
- 4 nights the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa - Lagoon View Room
- 3 nights at Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa, Raiatea Overwater Suite
- Breakfast daily in Bora Bora and Taha'a
- Meet & greet with flower lei and private VIP transfers in Tahiti
- All transfers and Domestic Flights

From $3679
Flying from Los Angeles

Monday, August 2, 2010

NWA World Vacation Destination Wedding or Honeymoon

Celebrate one of the most important days of your life while enjoying the intimate and magical atmosphere that only an all-inclusive Palace Resort can offer you. Honeymoons are just as special, because at Palace Resorts, they can't think of a more fitting occasion your wedding or honeymoon to make sure your every wish is indulged. And no matter your reason for staying at Palace Resorts, you'll enjoy the ultimate all-inclusive experience, with luxurious accommodations, fine dining, delicious snacks, top-shelf domestic and imported beverages, 24-hour room service, non-motorized water sports, and sensational entertainment. Your wedding promises to become the moment of a lifetime at Palace Resorts, where you and your love will find all you need to make this the most special time of your life. When you say "I Do" with Palace, you can choose from spectacular wedding packages or customize our own personalized wedding package.

Escape with the one you love to the resorts that were made for love. At Sandals you can have a truly incredible wedding with an array of gourmet dining options, the extraordinary pampering of Caribbean inspired Red Lane Spas, and the most luxurious rooms and suites in the Caribbean. For an even more pampered experience, Sandals offers another level of sumptuous suites, all with Concierge Service and some with exclusive Butler Service. If your idea of the perfect wedding has always included the smiling faces and jubilant energy of all those nearest and dearest to you, then a Beaches Resort is your dream come true. Beaches welcome children of all ages. In addition, you can split your stay, with your families vacationing at a Beaches Resort while you honeymoon at a nearby Sandals Resort.

At El Dorado Spa Resorts & Hotels and Azul Hotels, by Karisma, much pride is taken in offering an intimate and luxurious experience with romantic touches beyond the ordinary. These upscale, all-inclusive resorts offer a new level of all-inclusive the Gourmet inclusive with truly innovative cuisine, outstanding service, and unique amenities. Get married in an oceanfront gazebo, barefoot in the sand, or under the swaying palm trees.