Brides looking to do destination weddings on a budget have one more reason to cheer… for Paradise Maui Weddings is here! Recently, a girlfriend went through this very same site to book her nautical nuptials , I couldn’t be happier with how smoothly everything has gone. And while her actual day – October 12, 2013 – has yet to arrive, all the prep work has been a dream!
“So far, so good. Everyone I’ve worked with has been super friendly, and super helpful. I like the whole ‘name your own price tool.’ It always reminds me of Flo from Priceline… and I’ve always liked her, haha!” (Abby, Indianapolis, IN)
All joking aside, however, Paradise Maui Weddings is the self-proclaimed, very first “name your own price” wedding company that is looking to create a once in a lifetime experience for all of their once in a lifetime brides.
With wedding packages starting as low as $400 and ranging to as high as your budget will allow, there’s really no limit to what you can do with your destination wedding besides the ones set by yourselves. Their packages include everything from in room hair and makeup professionals, authentic Hawaiian floral bouquet and lei arrangements, professionally edited photos and videos, as well as limousine services, pre-wedding planning, in-cred-i-ble ceremony locations and on-site assistance.
Seems pretty much perfect, right? It’s no wonder this type of event planning is more appropriate than ever! Even though our country may still be in a recessed state, destination weddings have continued to remain on the rise the past few years. While most couples think of destination weddings as an expensive splurge, it’s not always the case.
In fact, brides and grooms doing the destination scene more often than not report they actually save on overseas excursions! Because both the guest list, as well as the bottom line details are often cut for destination weddings, the final pricing can be significantly lower than the more traditional, hometown honey “do’s.” And according to “not-from-around-here” newlyweds it’s easier and more fiscally responsible to travel for nuptials than to stay at home and throw a big friends and family bash.
You know what? I’ll take their word on it, because Maui seems like a more than ahhhmazing place to set your wedding scene! So, if any of my beautimous brides-to-be out there are planning on diving head first into one of these destination dreams, don’t forget where you got the idea… and feel free to send said inspiration station an invite! I love Maui! Haha :)