The "Guide" is available now on the news stands!
Your Las Vegas Wedding Concierge told you I had exciting news coming up and this is part 1.
I am honored to be featured in an article in the 2009 "Annual Worldwide Guide" of Destination Weddings & Honeymoon Magazine.
The article, titled "Destination Weddings Made Easy" features "tricks of the trade" quotes from wedding experts who plan events around the globe with general travel/planning advice and specific regional tips for destination weddings in every part of the world from USA & Canada, Hawaii, Caribbean, Mexico & Central America to Europe, Asia & the African continent.
This is a fantastic article to bookmark for anyone considering a destination wedding, whether your destination is 100 miles or 3000+ miles from home.
There are real wedding features from Orlando to Indonesia, an article on 30+ top wedding destinations, travel, fashion, beauty tips and more.
I believe destination weddings are still going to be popular with couples in 2009 and 2010, despite the less than sunny economic forecast. Guests will travel but may stay closer to home, guest lists will be smaller and couples will look to cost saving measures such as off-peak days and hours for events according to the Wedding Report.
The great thing about Las Vegas weddings are you can come here and marry in several parts of the world without even leaving the USA! Our city is always open for you to get married! You can have 200 of your closest friends on a Saturday night in June at 6:00 PM in a grand ballroom or at 2:00 in the afternoon for a helicopter wedding ceremony or 9:00 PM at night where you can celebrate by hitting the clubs afterwards. Our fine dining restaurants offer some of the most innovating dining in the country and many of these venues have private dining facilities for more intimate events.
With some good and innovative thinking & planning and a little local professional help (be it Venice, Las Vegas or Venice, Italy) you CAN have a wonderful, memorable Destination Wedding within your means.
The "2009 Annual Worldwide Guide" is on the shelves of your local fine book stores now.
Part 2 is coming Monday so stay tuned!