Destination Events

There was a time when people thought that destination events were just for weddings. The pandemic has reignited many individuals desire to travel and celebrate their lives. Over the past few months as restrictions began to slowly lift, there has been an increase in inquiries for destination events.

Recently, I traveled to beautiful Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic for a client’s luxe milestone birthday celebration. The client wanted not only an epic birthday celebration but also an unforgettable trip experience. No detail was left unturned. With full destination planning support I assisted with:

– venue/accommodations sourcing
– vendor sourcing and vendor communication
– trip itinerary planning (including excursions)
– event design
– event execution & coordination

Destination celebrations are not limited to destination weddings only. Let me help you think and plan outside the box. These events do not have to be overwhelming to you. They are a great way to celebrate along with family and friends while experiencing all that the wonderful destination that you chose has to offer.

     With all that has happened in the

world in the past few years

with covid-19. Will we go back to

having ultra large events or we will

continue to have more intimate

events where we get to spend time

with all of our guests. Although there

is no right or wrong answer to

this question. It is a thought. Do we

move forward with multi-day

experiences? This experience allows

the family and guests to gather and

experience the love of the event. The

smaller events early on will be the

buildup to the ultimate experience.

The day of the grand event

there will be an energy that is

unsurpassed. These events do not

have to be just destination events,

but this can be done locally. These

events are a great way to bring

different cultures together.


     Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra

celebrated with a multi-day

experience when they got married in

2018. There was a Christian wedding

and a Hindu wedding that

incorporated both of their traditions.

The Celebration was three-day event

that began with a welcome party. The

celebration concluded in a Bidaai

which is a party and ceremony where

friends and family blessed their

nuptials. This was a true example of

bringing your guests together. What

will your multi-day experience

include? Using a planner to help

coordinate the details of this type is

best. There are so many details,

logistics and moving parts that

something may easily become

overlooked. Whatever way you

decide to celebrate in the future, I

hope you and your guests enjoy each

other's presence and celebrate to the

fullest.


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