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Destination Wedding

Destination Wedding[a] is a 2018 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Victor Levin. It stars Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves[5] as two people who meet while attending the same wedding in Paso Robles, California. It was released in the United States on August 31, 2018.

Destination Wedding

Two middle-aged people, Frank and Lindsay, meet and then argue while waiting to board their flight at the airport. They are both annoyed when they realize they are seated next to each other. Their annoyance increases when they learn they are on their way to the same destination wedding in Paso Robles. Frank and Lindsay know of each other. The groom, Keith, is Frank's half-brother and Lindsay's former fiancé. When they arrive at Paso Robles, they find they are staying in adjoining rooms at an inn. On their way to the inn, Frank reveals that he does not want to go to the wedding, and Lindsay reveals that she is attending the wedding to get closure from her relationship with Keith which ended six years ago. Frank runs marketing for J.D. Power and Associates, and Lindsay is a prosecutor; they both heavily criticize each other's jobs. At the rehearsal dinner on Friday night, they are seated next to each other and isolated from everyone else. They talk about the other guests. Frank shares his negative opinions of his family members along with the difficult history between them.

The next day, some activities, including a wine tasting, are planned before the wedding that night. Frank and Lindsay do not participate in the activities and instead spend that time talking to each other. Lindsay says she still loves Keith. Frank does not understand why she has not moved on. He says love is pointless, and Lindsay argues it is not. Frank says his family history has ruined his life, and Lindsay says he should get over it. They continue their conversation through the wedding that evening and criticize the other people there. During the dance afterward, they leave and walk together through the countryside. They run into a mountain lion, and Frank scares it off by making some loud noises. They try to run away but then fall and end up on the ground together. Lindsay thanks Frank for saving her life, and they kiss. After another discussion, they have sex. They then go back to Frank's room at the inn and spend time together in bed, talking, drinking, eating, and watching television. Frank compliments Lindsay's physical appearance, and she compliments his. Lindsay tells Frank she likes him and wants to be in a relationship with him. Frank refuses, saying a relationship between them would not work out. He is still convinced love is pointless. They argue but eventually fall asleep together.

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Sometimes planning a destination wedding can even be less expensive than planning a wedding at home, mainly because destination weddings are more intimate (fewer guests = cost savings). Plus, you can find all-inclusive wedding packages, and some resorts offer free weddings with a certain number of room bookings.

It makes sense why so many couples opt for an all-inclusive destination wedding. Room rates for the wedding party and guests include unlimited food and drinks, so the party starts the minute everyone arrives at the resort. All-inclusive wedding packages can be more affordable than hometown wedding costs, plus many all-inclusive resorts offer perks to destination wedding couples, like complimentary room upgrades or spa treatments.

A destination wedding is a wedding that takes place in an foreign country, different from the home country of the soon-to-be bride and groom. Often, a destination wedding will take place at a luxury resort in an exotic location, like a beach wedding in the Caribbean.

If you haven't done so yet, check out the different Sandals destination wedding venues. Get inspired by browsing lookbooks and real wedding pictures of couples who said 'yes' at Sandals! Create your own wedding mood board online and contact the Sandals Wedding Team at 1-877-726-3257. Your personal wedding planner will answer all your questions and help you plan the wedding of your dreams.

Stay a minimum of three paid nights at any Sandals all-inclusive resort and get your destination wedding for free! The free Sandals wedding includes your own personal wedding planning team, bouquet and boutonniere, complimentary wedding photo, wedding cake, cocktail reception with sparkling wine and hors d'oeuvres & more. See the full list of inclusions.

Sandals offers a wide variety of exotic destination wedding venues that are truly unique! Get married at the Sandals Over-The-Water Chapel, Over-The-Water Gazebo, Garden Gazebo, a beautiful white sand beach, a rooftop with a view, or in one of Sandals serene European gardens. Anything is possible!

Yes, your marriage will be legally binding in your home country. Your personal wedding planner will help you sort out the required documents. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact the Sandals Wedding Team at 1-877-726-3257.

Already know which Sandals Resort you'd like to get married at? Test drive your wedding and stay up to three nights at the resort at a discounted rate ($250 - $350 a night per couple, depending on resort). Check out your destination wedding venue, and meet and greet the resort wedding team and photography team before your wedding! More information regarding Sandals Wedding Test Drive.

That depends on a few factors, such as where you get married and how many people are invited. If you end up getting hitched in a cheaper place that's too far away for distant relatives and acquaintances to attend, then, yes, destination weddings can work out cheaper.

From ceremony to reception, from the kiss to the cake-cutting, our destination wedding photography team will be there every step of the way, working closely with your wedding planner, to capture all the magical moments of your special day.

Our wedding videographers use the latest technology including drone coverage to ensure that you can look back on your destination wedding and share all those memorable moments in one amazing wedding film that tells your personal story in stunning 4K quality video.

You want to send invitations for destination weddings 2-3 months in advance. This will allow your guests plenty of time to request time off work, arrange for childcare if necessary, and book their travel. Be sure to include information about your wedding website on your invitations, as destination weddings typically require you communicate a ton of information about your event to your guests--and wedding websites are the best place to do so.

The Aisle Guide Editorial Team is a collective of creative writers, editors, and former event pros who obsess over weddings and special events! Drawn to the details of their design, the extravagant charm of their creativity, and the processes they use that lead to perfect events, our team works with expert vendors to provide you with the most accurate, up-to-date tips, trends, and advice to guide you through every step of your planning journey.

Pop open the bubbly and start brainstorming locations. Recently engaged? Celebrate! Then start plotting where in the world you want to host your special day. Destination weddings take longer to plan, so the sooner you can start this conversation, the better.

Visit potential sites. If possible, you and your partner should plan to scope out your wedding destination and venue in person before you commit. We recommend taking a three-day trip so you have time to see venues, meet with vendors, decide on lodging, and enjoy yourself.

Meet with local vendors. Schedule meetings with potential vendors during your site visit, but keep these meetings short and sweet. You already have a lot to do, so skip the menu tastings and instead discuss details and pricing. Some things to keep in mind include your florist budget and wedding menu.

Send out save the dates early. As soon as your wedding website is up, mail your save the dates. Since your guests will be traveling for your wedding, the more time you give them to plan, the better. Some of your guests will likely need time to request off work and start saving in order to attend.

Book a hairstylist and makeup artist. Since you might be unfamiliar with salons in your destination wedding area, do research online and ask your wedding venue about popular local hairstylists and makeup artists. Check out their websites and Instagram pages to see their previous work, and when you find a company or stylist you like, go ahead and book it.

Greet your guests as they arrive in town. Your guests have traveled far to celebrate with you, so make sure to spend time with them when you have free moments. Consider hanging out in the hotel lobby or hotel bar so you can greet guests as they arrive. Your wedding welcome bags are another great way for guests to feel excited as they check in and prepare for the celebrations ahead.

Attend your wedding rehearsal. The rehearsal is a great opportunity for your wedding party, you, and your partner to get comfortable with the ceremony venue. Since everyone is in a new place, a few walkthroughs will help get rid of any performance jitters. If your ceremony venue has a conflict the evening before, consider an early morning rehearsal.

Begin writing thank you cards. After your wedding has come and gone, you will have a lot of thank you notes to write. Per wedding thank you note etiquette, plan to send all of your thank you notes within three months. 041b061a72


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