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3. Dress Appropriately, Dress for the Location

Keep in mind your location’s climate when choosing a dress. You can go as elegant or casual as you want, but choose lighter fabrics like chiffon, organza, crepe, silk georgette, or tulle. Most wedding dresses are strapless now, which helps keep you somewhat comfortable if you’re getting married in a warm location.  But consider a short wedding dress or one with fewer layers of tulle if your location will be hot or humid.

4. Plan Another Event

Part of the fun of a destination wedding is the time you get to spend with your close friends and family. Consider hosting welcome cocktails, a rehearsal dinner prior to the big day, or a farewell brunch to thank your guests for making the trip. But do this in moderation – you shouldn’t over-plan for your guests. They’ll appreciate some free time to explore and do their own thing.

Also read:  This Is How You Do a Destination Wedding

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