Below are some of the destination wedding specific questions we get from couples – if you have any more questions about booking your wedding group, please give one of our Groups Experts a call today at 1.866.WOW.DEAL (969.3325).
We'd be happy to help you organize the flights and accommodations for your group to celebrate your special day! We'll also connect you with the resort's wedding coordinator, who will help you with all of the details of your ceremony and reception.
Destination wedding groups may hold as many as 30 seats/15 double occupancy rooms for up to 90 days from the date of booking with only a deposit from the wedding couple required. The necessary space must be available to book. Additional terms and conditions apply – talk to your Groups coordinator.
Yes, we do provide this service. Every wedding group is assigned their own dedicated wedding website which provides details about the resort you’ve selected along with pricing information and payment deadlines, and provides a Group Booking Form where each guest can securely enter their information and specific vacation requests.
Please speak with your dedicated wedding groups agent.
Yes, you can use multiple credit cards to pay for your booking. Contact your dedicated group agent and provide them with the payment details.
Most airlines allow you to bring your wedding dress as a carry-on item on your flight, provided its size is within that airline’s carry-on baggage size restrictions. Be sure to store your dress in a garment bag and fold it in half in the overhead bin in order to reduce wrinkling.
If you are flying with Sunwing Airlines (for the most up-to-date, please visit: http://www.sunwing.ca/customer-service/Customer-Service_FAQs.asp), it has a specially assigned compartment onboard for wedding dresses, though you still have to adhere to the per person weight allowance of 5kgs. Space in this special compartment must be arranged in advance.
In some destinations, you are legally required to arrive a few days in advance of your wedding date and complete certain medical requirements (ie. blood tests). The rules around this vary by destination; please speak to your Wedding Expert to find out more.
You certainly can, but again this depends on the destination. Some countries allow you to have a civil ceremony only (ie. not religious), or if you do get married in a church in the destination, it is considered only symbolic and will not be legally recognized.