Destify presents all of our handy checklists in one place. Every checklist covers a particular topic, and are perfect for couples who like to keep track of every last detail. The goal is to make your big day even more stress-free than it already should be! After all, your wedding also doubles as a vacation in paradise. Click on a checklist below to get a ready-to-print version.
The children’s travel checklist is the best way to ensure you have everything needed to ensure a wonderful vacation for your younger wedding guests. From the necessities to toys, we’ve got some great ideas to keep kids of any age entertained, plus there’s plenty of “reminders” built in, so you’ll be covered from head to toe, and so will your children!
Resorts usually offer gazebos in various locations such as beachfront, in a garden, or on a rooftop. They also vary in style from modern to a more traditional white gazebo. Most offer semi-covered protection. Gazebos tend to book faster than other venues and are best suited for smaller wedding parties.
Packing for your destination wedding may sound daunting, but really it doesn’t have to be! Use our handy destination wedding packing checklist, which covers all of the necessities, from bathing suits to welcome bags. The checklist even covers what you should pack in checked luggage and what you should keep on your person.
Want to make sure your guests are taken care of for your destination wedding? Encourage them to use this useful guest packing checklist, featuring everything they’ll need for your wedding, and for the perfect vacation. The checklist covers everything from the order of most importance to event clothing and personal items.
This checklist covers the most important items you’ll need for your destination wedding. You may think you’ve already got everything covered, but this checklist was designed to help you double check the mandatory items you’ll need your international ceremony, from passports to proofs of marriage.
Unlike traditional weddings, gifts are typically much more optional for a destination wedding. After all, guests are already spending money just to attend your ceremony. This checklist was designed with simple gifts in mind, with useful items you would use at home. It’s a great reminder of items wedding couples typically ask for if you choose to go the registry route.
Hosting a destination wedding is much different than hosting a stateside local wedding, as much of your planning won’t happen until closer to your wedding date. Don’t stress, and use this useful checklist to keep yourself on track as your wedding date inches closer and closer. It’s the printable version of one of our most popular wedding tools.