What do you really need for a destination wedding? I mean, if you’re really going far, it can be a little tricky to try to get a bunch of things over to wherever you’re going. Keep it simple with these items.
Don’t stress about more than what you absolutely need. That’s what I’m sharing today. The very basics for a destination or travel themed wedding. Here’s everything you’ll need, nothing more, nothing less.
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Easy Ways to Add “Travel” to Your Wedding
Post Card Save the Date or Invite
To start, the invite or save the date will set the tone of the whole party. A great way to keep it simply and incorporate the travel theme is to go with the postcard.
RSVP & Details Card
Next up is the RSVP or details card. Keep the theme going with special wording. I used “Plan for the Journey” for the details card and “wouldn’t miss it for the world” or “will celebrate from afar” for the RSVP choices.
My favorite idea for the program, is the passport. I used this design personally when I had my wedding and they were a huge hit. Mine was multiple pages but you can keep it simple and just do folded cards. The theme will still be kept, but it will save you lots of money! Paper can be crazy expensive.
The seating chart is not something I did at my wedding. I told people to sit wherever the hell they wanted, because at the time I plan events for a university and seating charts made me want to cry. However, if you want to plan seating, check out my idea here for naming the tables by cities or countries. Tell them “where in the world” they will be sitting!
For the guest book, I’ve created a fun map. Have your guests sign anywhere they want or sign near where they’re from or just on the map. Then frame it and keep it forever. Grab this one below for free.
Be sure to thank your guests as well and add a little tag or sticker to any favor to bring in the travel theme. Thank them for joining your journey!
For a welcome sign, I love the idea of “destination I do”. It pulls in the travel theme and the wedding theme at the same time. It’s simply adorable.