Wedding trends seem to pop up every day and flood Pinterest feeds with the latest ingenious way to style frosting on a cake. From the flowers to the music to the bride´s dress, newly engaged couples (or engagement hopefuls) are constantly browsing the Web for the most inventive and creative ways to make their big day different. One trend that is anything but new involves hand painting the bride’s wedding dress for a truly unique and one-of-a-kind gown for the big day.
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Many couples choose to host a destination wedding within easy travel of their hometown. Those who live in the States often choose a favorite stateside destination, or a nearby country, such as a Caribbean island or Mexican beach. These come with their own sets of challenges. However, for those wanting to go a bit further for their big day, a few other things need to be considered to make it happen.
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A number of emotions may spring to mind when thinking about attending a destination wedding. Flights, hotels and an array of outfits must be planned ahead of time to maximize comfort yet also conform to appropriate dress code. To streamline the packing process for your next destination wedding, consider the tips below before jetting off to the next series of nuptials.