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Professional Travel Associates
(816) 322-5200
216 Sunrise Drive
Raymore, MO

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Great Escape Travel
(913) 341-4926
6820 W. 78th Terrace
Overland Park, KS
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Charles Lenoir
(913) 248-9800
11800 Shawnee Mission Pkwy
Shawnee Mission, KS
A & P Cruises and Tours
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Asia-Southeast Asia, Caribbean, Latin America & Mexico
Adventure Travel, Cruising / Cruise Lines, Destination Weddings, Family Travel, Honeymoon, Luxury Travel, Religious, Senior / Mature Adult

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Professional Travel Associates
(816) 322-5200
216 Sunrise Drive
Raymore, MO

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Mount Pleasant Winery
636-482-9463 ext. 227
5634 High Street
Augusta, MO

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Thompsen Travel
(816) 820-6386
2308 NE Summerfield Drive
Blue Springs, MO
Years in Business
Membership Associations
Virtuoso affiliate, Tahiti Tourisme, The Travel Institute
Licenses / Certifications
Honeymoon and Destination Wedding Specialist, Travel Advisor

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Premier Events by CJ
(913) 814-8138
12302 W. 129th Terr.
Overland Park, KS

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Paradise Cruises and Tours
(816) 765-7020
12454 Manchester Ave
Grandview, MO
Destination & Honeymoons

McFarland Travel
(636) 937-5679
206 Main Street
Festus, MO

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Travel Haus
(314) 842-7313
11231 Concord Village Ave
St. Louis, MO

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6 Reasons to Plan a Destination Wedding

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It’s true—there are some brides who would rather leave all the wedding planning to the experts and just show up to the wedding ready to have a good time. If this is your premarital prerogative, then a destination wedding might be the perfect solution. These weddings offer a number of benefits as an alternative wedding option, tailoring romantic excursions for every personality from adventure seekers to luxury travelers to beach bums. Here, 6 reasons why couples are forgoing the traditional ceremony and reception for destination experiences to last a lifetime.
1. Out of town weddings can take place anywhere
Contrary to popular belief not all destination weddings have to take place at the beach. "Destinations can be anywhere away from where the bride and groom live," says Greg Strobach, co-founder of All About Honeymoons. "It could be a lake, mountain, as well as sea area." At All About Honeymoons, the largest romance travel agency in the world, while the most popular destinations are Mexico and the Caribbean, the company’s romance travel specialists are skilled in planning getaways all over the world. So consider locations where you and your groom like the most—the scenic landscape of a mountain range, the rustic feel of the woods or even on the grounds of a fairytale castle. Your destination is anywhere the imagination takes you.
2. Destination weddings can actually save you money
Sticking to a proposed budget is often a major stressor for couples. But the affordability of these weddings has made this option increasingly popular for many budget-conscious couples. "The traditional U.S. wedding costs quite a bit of money these days. What we do is look for resorts that are all inclusive (food and drink provided) so that the bride and groom and their families can save money," Strobach notes. An added benefit of booking at a resort or island location? No additional traveling for the honeymoon—you’re already there.
3. Your loved ones can take a vacation, too!
More and more families are spread out over the U.S. and across the globe,and since they’re traveling they might as well turn your wedding into a vacation suggests Robin Spelman, CFO of All About Honeymoons. When working with your wedding planner, let him or her know how many guests you’re expecting to attend the destination wedding and their length of stay. That way, your planner can suggest activities to keep family and guests entertained while they’re away. (This also takes the burden off your shoulders from playing tour guide!)

4. Travel agents can customize the wedding of your dreams
Planning a wedding is a breeze when you work with a professional travel agent. They’ll listen to your requests, book all the arrangements, prepare special events for the ceremony (think fireworks and butterfly releases) or offer recommendations according to your specific needs. However, when starting your travel agent search, beware of companies with little experience in des...

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