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Choosing a Caribbean Wedding Planner

Choosing a Caribbean wedding planner is a very important decision, this is the biggest day of your lives. In addition, you become emotionally responsible for the vacations of all your family and guests that will be joining you.

There are a few basic steps you should follow before signing on with a specific Caribbean wedding planner. Most people will identify cost as the deciding factor and while it’s incredibly important, money shouldn’t be the only thing you consider.

Things to look for in a Caribbean wedding planner


1. How quickly did they respond to your quote request? As your big day approaches and nerves are getting frayed, you want a Caribbean wedding planner that will get things done quickly for you. Don’t hold them to getting a quote to you in an instant, group rates sometimes take a day or two to negotiate. However, they should be in touch with you to let you know what they’re doing and how long it’s going to take.

2. Is their price competitive? Don’t choose a Caribbean wedding planner solely because you like them, they need to be able to compete with everybody else.

3. Are they providing you with the options that you need. Most Caribbean weddings today involve guests flying in from multiple cities. A good Caribbean wedding planner will be able to give you package prices from different cities and provide land-only rates for those flying on points.

4. Is your Caribbean wedding planner available to your guests? Your guests should all be able to call one person who knows you and can provide guests with all the necessary info about your wedding.

5. Your planner should serve as a liaison between you and the events coordinator at the hotel. Be careful about this one, most travel agents book your vacation but will have nothing to do with the actual planning of the wedding other than giving you the phone number of the hotel. Look for someone who is willing to reserve your wedding date and check on all the details of your ceremony. Paying the hotel directly for the wedding is fine, but make sure your planner is doing some planning for you.


You have a lot of important decisions to make this year, make sure you have a competent person working along with you. I strongly suggest that you give All Inclusive Weddings a try. They offer wholesale prices and personalized service. Once you book with them, you and all your guests will have a direct line to a wedding planner that will always be available to you and will do everything they can to make sure you have the wedding you’ve been dreaming of.

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