1. Will your destination wedding be legally binding once you’re home?
Watch out! Some resorts don’t disclose the fact that your destination wedding is merely a blessing ceremony, and not one that’s legally binding. Before booking, find out the marriage requirements and laws at the destination. Local legislation might require couples to be in the country a certain number of days before applying for a marriage license. What’s more, wedding certificates need to be signed by a legal officiant and registered with the proper authorities. Let your on-site wedding planner know your wishes and be prepared to pay extra for the proper documentation so you can register your marriage once you return home.