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The Benefits of All Inclusive & Non-All Inclusive Resorts

All-inclusive destination weddings are all the rage lately. Despite the lingering effects of Covid-19, there’s been so much travel to these luxury resorts that 2022 was declared ‘the year of the all-inclusive.‘ That does beg the question: what about non-all-inclusive resorts? What do they have to offer you fledgling spouses-to-be? How are they different from

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Renelle and Toney’s Wedding at Melia Nassau Beach

Today we’re featuring Renelle and Toney’s wedding at Melia Nassau Beach in the Bahamas. The Destify Couple were highschool sweethearts, and they knew they wanted a destination wedding from the start. The couple chose the Melia Nassau Beach resort because of it’s beautiful beachfront. They shared their vows at 6pm on the beach. The couple


Catholic and Religious Destination Weddings

With destination weddings, there are two types of ceremonies: legal and symbolic. A legal ceremony is legally binding where it is performed, from Mexico to Jamaica, and they require extra paperwork, extra costs, and sometimes even blood tests. If you need/want a civil ceremony performed you can take this route. A symbolic ceremony will celebrate