Thailand Wedding Destination: Adrian and May’s Special Day in Koh Samet
This new Thailand wedding destination in eastern Thailand on Koh Samet Island is located in the Phe District of Rayong, is known as an Island Paradise of Thailand. The island offers a tranquil atmosphere combining with the white sandy beaches and crystalline clear sea-water. The setting is idyllic and perfect for wedding and pre wedding photography. For our Latest work please click HERE.
Destination weddings are very popular these days and it is estimated that about 15% of all weddings are now destination weddings. A destination wedding is usually an affair where the bride and groom plan an away from home wedding, inviting their closest family members and friends to an exotic location like Thailand and make the event a vacation break as well as a ceremony.
Many resorts in Thailand offer destination wedding packages and help from experienced planners to create the wedding of their dreams.
One of the most popular locations is, of course, Koh Samet. Other common destination wedding locations include Phuket, Krabi, and the beautiful beaches of Koh Lanta and Koh Chang. Cruises also provide exciting venues for destination weddings.
Furthermore, in addition to great locations, an advantage of destination weddings is that they are typically less expensive for the couple, since the couple usually only has to cover their own accommodations, travel costs and the incidental charges. The invited guests are usually expected to pay for their own accommodations and travel costs. Sometimes however, couples can choose to some of these costs for their guests and even even some of the travel costs. It really depends on their wedding budget.
In addition to being less expensive, destination weddings are always very much more casual, which further reduces expenditure associated with bridesmaid gowns and tux rentals. Thailand destination weddings at beach locations, such as Adrian and May’s can be extremely relaxed with a dress code featuring casual attire and sandals.