My fiance and I had Walt Disney World’s list of recommended rabbi, clergy and officiants for four months now. It sat in my inbox, and his, tagged and starred. It was clear and simple to read, there was really no … Continue reading
Not to abandon my adoring readers for a week, but from this weekend through next, I’ll be at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. This trip will be laced with good old fashioned get-away-from-it-all, but also plenty of destination wedding planning.
Be sure to stay up to date via TravelingAnna on Twitter, as a broken laptop is preventing me from getting any blogging or work done on the road. And till I return, check out Frill Seeker’s Best of Disney links below.
By now you’ve probably guessed that I’m tying the knot. In true Lola Gigglesworth fashion, I’m making it infinitely more complicated by opting for a crazy destination wedding.
Though @Scrabb and I aren’t saying our “I do’s” till 2011, having a destination wedding means having everything prepared months ahead of time, and creating a plan B for disasters of all types. Particularly, at our venue of choice, we can’t place a hold till 12 months in advance, but are asked to present a detailed guest list, color palette, and vendor contracts at that time, as well. We have a great team of friends that are assisting us with everything we need, and sharing thoughts from their own upcoming nuptials, as well.
Because planning a destination wedding is travel + wedding, I’ve decided to unleash all my bridely fury on the viewing public by creating this channel at Frill Seeker Diary, Destination: Wedding. This section is here to provide slight guidance for any other destination wedding brides, as well as some travel tips for brides and grooms who chose an away wedding, and will probably spend many months zooming back and forth planning for the big day.
Before I unleash details of my own not tying, be warned, I’m not giving it all away till the very end. I’ll be posting tips, clues, and colorful inspiration tid bits, though. Below you can find Inspiration Board #1, the first clues to what will go down in 2011.