Destination Luxury: Planning a personalized wedding by the sea

Destination by the sea

A destination wedding should be just as personalized, detailed, and exquisite as if you would have planned it in your hometown. Gone are the days of settling for a cookie cutter event in an all-inclusive resort. Our expertise is in combining that perfect mix of local and out of town vendors to ensure a flawless event with top-notch customer service. We spend a lot of time cutting through the cultural and language barriers to make sure our clients expectations are met and surpassed. And with all our technological services including vendor web chats, 3D floorplans, and interactive mood boards, you will feel like you are planning your wedding in person the entire time.

From travel logistics, to cuisine design, family dynamics, to weather plans, we are experts at handling all the planning and producing of your wedding festivities so that you can enjoy your weekend in paradise surrounded by those closest to you.

Our team loves finding unique and charming venues in places like Puerto Rico, Virgin Gorda, and The Bahamas to name a few. This summer we will be visiting and blogging on some exciting new places to consider for you wedding. So if you are dreaming of a romantic wedding under the twinkling stars of a dark night in the Caribbean, stay tuned…
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The Real Cost of a Wedding in Miami

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Ever wonder how much one of those weddings in the magazines cost? Ok, not one by Preston Bailey with a rustic chapel built in the middle of a sunflower field, but one of the charming ones filled with custom details, gourmet food, entertainers, a lounge area, and/or a firework finale.


One of the first questions we receive from our clients is, what will my wedding cost me? Our answer is always, it will cost you whatever you are willing to spend, but as a reference, to have the type of wedding we produce in Miami, you are looking at a minimum spend of $1,000 per guest. This includes specialty designed stationary sets, intricate lighting design, a suite of personalized details, custom lounges, specialty linens, gourmet caterer, mixology bar, etc... Now this is just a guideline. Of course, if your budget doesn’t allow for all these extras, there are plenty of ways to have a wonderful wedding at any budget. You just have to be realistic and put your priorities in order. Now if you must “have it all!” and you have a budget of say $50,000, then just reduce your guest count to fifty and your dream wedding becomes a realistic event.
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