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WHY KNOT? A WEDDING HONEYMOON ALL IN ONE
Industry: Vacations       

Planning your Wedding/Honeymoon, let us help!

(TRAVPR.COM) UNITED STATES - December 7th, 2014 - I spent about one hour trying to learn a concrete answer to the question: where does the phrase “tie the knot” originate from? Overall, we use it as a euphemism for marriage. But what does it mean? The only thing scholars, linguists, etymologists*, and language enthusiasts can definitively agree upon is that to “tie the knot” means to get married. There are opinions that the phrase delves deep into the symbolism of the physical or metaphorical knot; or even the actual act of tying said knot. You could also spend your free time in the evening Googling the same query, but trust me, it always comes back to being married.

*One who studies the history of words, their origins, and how their form and meaning have changed over time. I had to look it up, too.

For every bride and groom, tying the knot is a special occasion. It is every bride’s dream that she will have a wedding unlike anyone else’s, something unique, kitschy, and special. The wedding that her family and friends will never stop raving about. The “how did she even come up with that idea?” wedding. The “I wish I’d thought of that” wedding. Weddings are no longer just about the bride. Over the past decade or so, the groom has taken a more prominent role in the wedding plans. And why shouldn’t he? The wedding is just as much his as it is hers. Just as the gender gap has started to lessen, the concept of who will pay for the wedding has changed drastically. These days, more couples prefer to pay for the wedding themselves, rather than levy the financial burden on the bride’s (or groom’s) family. Couples seem to be waiting until their careers and lives are more planted before taking the proverbial plunge.

More and more people are leaving home after high school, attending college, and living/working in an entirely different part of the country, or even internationally. Inevitably, unless you are both from the same hometown, someone’s family is going to have to travel for the wedding. Why not make it fair…if one family has to, why not both? While you’re at it, make it a beautiful beach resort getaway, or ski down snowcapped mountains together. Destination weddings have become increasingly popular and venues around the world are thriving from this industry. But how are a bride and groom to choose from, literally, thousands of options? Where was their first vacation? Do they have a unique hobby? Is there someplace they have always wanted to visit? You could lose your day job just trying to decide where and how to get married**.

**http://www.thegrindstone.com/2012/04/04/work-life-balance/planning-my-wedding-almost-cost-me-my-job-807/

Opting for a destination wedding is not always an easy decision; or maybe it is the easiest decision you’ll ever make. There are so many things to consider: where will we get married, who will we invite, who will actually come, how much will it cost, what time of year is the best, etc….the list of questions can be exhausting. Ultimately, having a destination wedding will make your momentous occasion even more memorable. Each destination wedding can be uniquely tailored to the couple (or their entire family). Destination Weddings & Honeymoons magazine ran an article on the “Top Ten Reasons for Having a Destination Wedding”, by Susan Moynihan. If you had even considered having a destination wedding, these reasons may send you heading to the keyboard to find the best destination for you and your bride…or groom.

You can get married anywhere!

You’ll stand out from the pack!
It’s easier!
You can save on décor!
Enjoy quality time with loved ones.
It’s a great excuse to limit the guest list.
Guests can save on a vacation.
You’ll share a locale you love.
Flexible timing helps with budgeting.

And, the Number 10 reason: “You can start the honeymoon early!” With different types of wedding registries, you can actually have your guests contribute towards your honeymoon…unless you need another crock pot.

The powers that be, also known as Marketing Executives, have made Destination Weddings a one-stop shop to include your perfect honeymoon. The best part of all, all you have to do is contact World of Magic Travel Services and we can arrange it all for you…it’s our job, not yours! Working closely with vendors and partners around the clock, our goal is to present you with the fairy-tale destination wedding and honeymoon of your dreams, because Everyone Deserves a Little Magic.

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