Destination Wedding Invitations

There are many types of wedding invitations on the market but in my opinion the best type of invitations to use for destination weddings are boarding passes and passports. Not only are they perfect for the theme but they are multi-page invitation that is usually bound together so the information you provide stays together.


The benefits of using a passport or a boarding pass invitation is the available space you have. When planning a destination wedding, your guests require a lot of information and they need it one place. Most destination weddings last anywhere from 3-5 days, and if you are planning a pre or post wedding event, like a rehearsal dinner or bon voyage breakfast, these little booklets give you so much space to add the information without having a bunch of cards that have the potential of being lost.


Your itinerary is not the only information you need to add. You can also include the travel arrangements, hotel accommodations, passport information and directions. You can also have a special thank you to your guests. These little gems make it the perfect invitation for your destination wedding.


How to set up your boarding pass or passport invitation


Boarding pass (perfect for cruise)

Page 1 Invitation

Page 2 Travel agent information and accommodations

Page 3 Itinerary

Page 4 Tear away RSVP card



Or you can have a separate RSVP use something like a luggage tag it ties your suite together perfectly!. And then everything is placed in a coordinating pocket or pocket folder



Another option is the passport. These little booklets are not only beautiful, but they provide a huge amount of space for all your information.


The passport invitation comes with quite a few pages at the basic level, but you can add as many pages as you need. Here are some of the pages you may need for your destination wedding.


Page 1 cover

Page 2 inside cover (basic invitation information or photo)

Page 3 Your names and date + location

Page 4 Pre-wedding event

Page 5 wedding invitation

Page 6 post wedding event

Page 7 available excursions or events

Page 8 Travel agent information + accommodations

Page 9 Map and directions + passport information if needed or additional information

Page 10 Thank you Note


External card would be your RSVP card use a boarding pass or a luggage tag, not only are these options adorable but they tie in to your theme perfectly.


Would you be interested in planning a destination wedding or event, if so which invitation design would you choose?


Thanks for joining me for another Blog by Marlene™️ . I wish you all a beautiful day.

Marlene



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