While planning a wedding in general can be stressful, trying to get everything ready for a destination wedding can add even more nerves and anxiety. Not only do you have to get things ready where you’re currently living, but you also have to ensure that everything at the destination is ready and that you’re able to get everything and everyone from point A to point B. So to help you ensure everything ready in the final days before the ceremonies and celebrations, here are three tips for the days leading up to your destination wedding. [Read more…]
A mini-break is the ideal getaway option for couples, families and even larger groups if you are short on time but want some much-needed relaxation time. When you are planning a mini-break, it is vital that you create a budget and stick to it, as this will ensure that you can still go home with some money to spare! You should also make sure that you don’t have to travel too far as you want to be able to enjoy yourself without having to spend hours in the air or on the road. Next, consider that wherever you choose, you have enough activities to keep you busy and enjoy yourself, especially if you’re taking the kids with you! Try not to squeeze too many activities in, or else you may come home more stressed than relaxed.