13 Tips For Planning Your Wedding From a Distance
Once you’ve decided (after much thought and consideration) that a destination wedding is right for you, you’re going to need to figure out just exactly how you’re going to plan your Big Day from here in Philly. Coordinating a long-distance wedding can be a bit more challenging than putting together a local affair, but it’s certainly possible as long as you’re prepared.
Before diving head first into the whole process, take a look at this list of important tips to keep in mind when planning your wedding from a distance. This roundup of advice—which encourages you to take off your “control hat,” start your planning early and hire a wedding planner—will ease some of the stress that comes with not being on location to manage and oversee every detail of your day.
In addition to that list, we thought we’d director your attention to when a fellow Philly Mag editor offered up eight of the top tips she learned while planning her Tennessee wedding from Philly. She’ll tell you all about how she stayed sane while planning her far-flung nuptials, and we’re confident that her lessons will help you do the same.
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