Look into 2021 for Your Destination Wedding!

The COVID-19 pandemic has made things difficult for anyone planning a large event, but for many brides and grooms, the struggles have been severe. The arguably most important day of your life is being postponed, canceled or turned into something completely unlike what you imagined. Pandemic or no, it’s heartbreaking not being able to celebrate that milestone with your closest friends and family.

If you planned a destination wedding for this year, you were faced with many difficulties. Travel bans, cancellations from resorts or airlines and then just the fear that you might be endangering your relatives by asking them to travel.

If you’re still holding out hope that you’ll be able to go forward with a 2021 destination wedding, rest assured that it’s entirely possible.

Picking the best destination for a destination wedding is important. Here are five that we recommend.

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Is St. Lucia Your Choice for Your Destination Wedding?

St. Lucia is world-recognized as one of the most romantic destinations in the Caribbean. You couldn’t pick a better location for a truly memorable destination wedding. Just imagine the gorgeous wedding photos, with the dramatic Pitons in the background.

Additionally, because St. Lucia is located outside of the Caribbean’s “hurricane belt,” you can plan your trip for nearly any time of year and have spectacular weather.

St. Lucia also offers a wide variety of luxury properties that nearly all host weddings on a regular basis. You can be assured of a fantastic setting and a staff that knows what they’re doing.

Any guest that you invite to this destination wedding would truly be lucky to attend.

St. Lucia is currently open to travel, but you can keep an eye on their traveler restrictions and guidelines, here.

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Mexico’s Destination Wedding’s

Many travelers who have booked with Anytime Travel Agency are finding that Mexico is a destination where they feel safe and secure traveling, even in the midst of the pandemic. The country is truly pulling out all the stops when it comes to guidelines and precautions.

For couples who want several options when it comes to wedding locations, Mexico also delivers. There are desirable destinations from shore to shore. One of our favorited luxury resort lines, AM Resorts, offers couples the opportunity to tie the knot at more than 25 different properties across the country, from Isla Mujeres and Riviera Maya to Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta.

Additionally, getting to Mexico for a destination wedding is often convenient for your attendees. No matter what state you are flying from, you’re likely to find affordable and convenient flight options.

Learn more about Mexico’s COVID travel restrictions, here.

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How about the Dominican Republic?

If you are interested in traveling to the Dominican Republic, you will be in the heart of the Caribbean. Not only convenient to get to, the Dominican Republic offers one of the largest selections of beachfront and city rooms and venues. It also offers some of the world’s most luxurious all-inclusive resorts.

Along with being known for its stunning beaches and vibrant culture, it has a rich gastronomy scene, history, music, and a climate as warm as its people. The Dominican Republic offers the perfect backdrop for your special day.

The Dominican Republic, like Mexico, is often very easy to access for most travelers coming from the United States. There are plenty of flight options available. It also is one of the more budget-friendly destination wedding locales in the Caribbean. There are also quite a few properties to pick from when it comes to choosing your venue.

Stay up-to-date on the Dominican Republic’s COVID-related travel restrictions, here.

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Hawai’i’s Destination Wedding’s

Hawai’i offers several benefits when it comes to destination weddings.

Firstly, it’s a domestic locale, so any family members or friends who don’t have time to acquire a passport before your wedding would still be able to attend. Even though it’s a U.S. destination, it still offers all the dramatic scenery of a more exotic, tropical setting. Stunning rainforests and unique beaches offer you endless backdrops for your wedding day. It will be amazing.

Additionally, Hawai’i is filled with luxury properties and wedding vendors that can make your big day come together with ease.

Hawai’i is ready to welcome American travelers back to its shores, and you can find more information, here.

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Destination Wedding In Aruba?

Aruba is a favorite Caribbean spot for destination weddings and honeymooners alike. Like St. Lucia, it is also outside of the hurricane belt, so you can plan your destination wedding for just about any time of year and be assured of good weather. Aruba is slightly more on the affordable side, compared to St. Lucia, without sacrificing the beautiful scenery or romance factor.

Affordable flights are available from most U.S. air travel hubs, too, making it a convenient destination for your guests.

Learn more about Aruba’s COVID restrictions, here.

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A Destination Wedding Alternative

Still not quite sure if a 2021 destination wedding is in the cards for you next year? If you ultimately decide that another wedding option is more appropriate for your needs at this time, you don’t have to give up your dreams of spending a romantic time away with your new spouse. Now’s still a great time to book a honeymoon or one-year anniversary trip, to any of the above romantic destinations.

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If you want to hold your destination wedding in 2021, now’s the time to book! Make sure you have an experienced travel agent on your side, to navigate cancellation policies and event contracts, and to ensure you end up with the wedding of your dreams.

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