Event Day Management: Destination Wedding Style

Event Day Management: Destination Wedding Style

(Editor's Note: Today, we welcome a fantastic guest post from a faraway contributor - Fabrice Orlando of Cocoon Events Group, based in Morocco! Read more about Fabrice at the end of the post)!

No matter where a wedding is, there are a number of things that are the same when it comes to the planning process – whether it’s a few miles from your house or halfway around the world. That being said, destination weddings also come with its own set of specific considerations to keep in mind.

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Hitting the Road With Your Wedding Business: Operating in Multiple Markets

Hitting the Road With Your Wedding Business: Operating in Multiple Markets

(Editor's Note: Through our coaching sessionsspeaking engagements, and conversations with friends and colleagues in the wedding industry, one of the most common goals we hear is that business owners dream of being able to run their business in more than one location. The allure of travel, having family and friends in a variety of locales, and the potential to make money in multiple markets - what's not to love? We're so excited to share a post from our friend Lindsay Hite of READYLUCK with tips on how you can make the bicoastal - or multi-city - dream a reality! Read more about Lindsay at the end of the post!)

Our photography collective, READYLUCK, has pursued destination weddings, in addition to weddings up and down the East Coast, from day one. Doing so has allowed me to gain a new perspective, whether I'm at work or on vacation. I love making the most of my time in a new place, from taking surfing lessons on a Sunday after a wedding in Manhattan Beach, to exploring the forts of El Morro in Puerto Rico scouting for the wedding, to enjoying the delicious offerings of the Williamsburg Brooklyn brunch-scene the morning after a late night shoot. I’m thankful for a career where I get to travel often.

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