Belize Destination Wedding FAQs
It will. Your Belize wedding will be conducted by a Justice of the Peace, and you will leave Belize with a Marriage License. After the documents are formally submitted to the Belize Marriage Registry, they will be sent by mail to your home address.
Yes! I live in Belize City, which is centrally located to venues throughout the entire country. I personally greet each couple at the airport upon their arrival, and will be the onsite coordinator at your wedding.
This depends on your wedding plans. I work with each of your guests to help them choose the best accommodation and activities that suit their interests and their budget.
Yes. Signature Belize will always be present at your wedding. Our team consists of the best in the business and your online planner will be the one present on your big day.
Call me! I am available to answer your phone calls or emails 7 days a week. I work weekends and extended hours so you can be assured you and your guests will receive the information and help you need throughout your destination wedding planning and vacation.
This is simply a good faith promise. I use the deposit towards any of your wedding expenses, and use the deposit to hold your date with any vendors.
This is where I come in! I love to start the first conversation with a bride/groom discussing why they chose a destination wedding, and discuss any ideas they might already have. From there, I suggest a variety of locations and continue the conversation until we pick the perfect spot! I am happy to speak via Email, Phone or in-person in Belize.
Brides can begin research about 12 months from departure, and we can begin the booking process within this period. If you decide in February to have a wedding in May, we can make that work as well. Many brides plan far in advance to give their guests plenty of advanced notice to properly schedule their time off so they can join in the festivities.
Much less! Generally they are up to 60% less than planning a wedding in your home town. The average wedding in a bride’s hometown can range from $25,000-$28,000 for a simple affair. A destination wedding usually cuts down the number of guests, and gives the bride and groom a variety of non-traditional options.
Each couple has their own reasons for wanting to have a destination wedding. Some couples want to create a hassle free experience, while others want a wedding that is out of the ordinary.
Simple: A wedding away from home. When a bride and groom choose a destination wedding, they are choosing to have their affair in a non-traditional way. Many choose a sunny, exotic location that they can use to celebrate and vacation.
It is very exciting to plan a wedding, but the reality is that most brides have never planned a wedding before! They soon realize that a wedding is time consuming and very stressful. It’s the bride’s choice to hire a wedding planner to free up their precious time, and make the process stress free.
A wedding planner can also help find better deals. Many vendors work with the wedding planner on a regular basis and offer deals that a bride would not be able to obtain on her own.
For destination weddings, a wedding planner has firsthand knowledge about the location and the best vendors. They can help coordinate the details, and even your guests!