There is a general misconception that planning a destination wedding is a piece of cake. That it is somehow “easier” than planning a traditional wedding. While it certainly does have it’s advantages, destination weddings also present a unique set of challenges. Namely, choosing planners, photographers, vendors and venues unseen. Ofcourse there is mother nature to contend with, noncommittal guests, picking a menu without tasting it and transporting a bridal gown in the overhead compartment of a plane to name a few.

Needless to say, planning any sort of wedding is stressful. One thing that traditional weddings and destination weddings have in common though, is that they NEVER go exactly as planned. If you just anticipate the hiccups and embrace the process, your planning journey will be a much more pleasant experience. Here’s a 5 minute compilation of epic wedding fails to remind you that no matter how bad it is, it could always be worse.

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  1. […] One thing that traditional weddings and destination weddings have in common is that they NEVER go exactly as planned. Here's a 5 minute compilation of epic wedding fails to remind you that no matter how bad it is, it could always be worse…  […]

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