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Sunny Plans: $1500 WeddingMoons Credit And How To Make It Work For You
Here’s absolutely everything you need to know about the new $1500 WeddingMoons credit and how to use it to your full advantage!
Hey there, Sunny here! Still looking for your something new? Sandals and Beaches Resorts have got you covered with the newly re-vamped $1500 WeddingMoons credit and I’ve got to say – it’s amazing! WeddingMoons has added some wiggle room to your (and my) budget by widening the scope of credit options and also adding brand spanking new (and much desired) wedding items.
Here’s the 411 on how the credit works and what I’m personally doing with the extra boost to my WeddingMoons budget!
Design Your Dream Day
Go ahead and get that bamboo beach arch on us! Up to $500 credit can go towards a pre-designed wedding theme (like the Chic & Natural or Flutter of Romance themes) or towards customizing your own destination wedding with items from the WeddingMoons catalog. Or, you can add up to $500 on your wedding cake or make your reception sweeter than ever with a Sweets & Specialty Bar. The choice is yours.
Sunny Says: I would definitely split this part of the credit between adding pewter lanterns to my reception tables for that soft and romantic look and my wedding cake. I’ll take the red velvet with strawberry daiquiri filling, please!
Take Care of Business Then Relax
Use up to $200 of your credit towards you marriage officiant and government fees that you need to be married on any island where we hold destination weddings or towards giving your honeymoon suite a little upgrade. As sometimes the difference between a Club Sandals level room and a Butler level room can sometimes be as little as $300 depending on when you book, how tempting is that room upgrade sounding!
Sunny Says: While everything in me is screaming “UPGRADE YOUR ROOM!!”, I would definitely take care of my government fees first as you need your wedding license to actually be married (kind of important!). The good thing is that the highest government fee taps out at $400 (Turks & Caicos) so you will have some of the credit left over to toss on your upgrade. Butler, anyone?
Brides have asked and WeddingMoons has answered! You can now apply up $200 to your SnapShots videography package AND $200 towards your SnapShots photography package. Yes, we’re serious! Best of all, you don’t have to choose between applying one credit towards photography and one towards videography- you can have your cake and eat it too!
Sunny Says: I would do both – hands down, no questions asked. On a recent BRIDES study asking brides if they regret anything about their destination wedding- not having a professional wedding video done or spending more on their photography was top of the list. Your wedding day just goes by so fast and while you’re caught in the moment of everything amazing happening around you, you don’t want to forget what it was like. Having a wedding video ensures you can live it over and over (and over) again.
There are so many ways to add a little adventure or a lot of relaxation to your honeymoon, why not have a credit just for that. Enhance your honeymoon with a $100 credit towards a reserved beach or pool cabana for the ultimate day of laziness or step up the excitement with a PADI Discover scuba diving course or an Island Routes Catamaran Cruise.
Sunny Says: This is a tough one. While I would love a day in an over water cabana like the dreamy ones at Sandals Montego Bay being spoiled with drinks from the bar and all the beach I could imagine, a romantic, sunset cruise over the Caribbean waters is literally the stuff of honeymoon dreams. This one is all you, guys! Which one would you choose?
Now it’s your turn to help me! I’ve designed four destination weddings I really love but can’t choose from. Help plan the WeddingMoon of my dreams by voting on your favorite element of all my wedding elements and you could WIN a romantic getaway to Sandals Resorts, plus some other awesome prizes. Vote here now! From the UK? You can vote here.
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