Tips Your Wedding in Malta – 7 Things to Avoid

Your Wedding in Malta – 7 Things to Avoid

If you’re planning a wedding in Malta you probably already know that this is one of the most beautiful and popular locations for destination weddings. Between the weather, the scenery, and the culture, ceremonies and celebrations here are breathtaking. However, don’t forget about these 7 important things to avoid as you plan for your amazing day.

Your Wedding in Malta – 7 Things to Avoid

About Author / Meet Martina

Martina Wedding Planner Martina Selvagi is the founder of iDo Weddings Malta, Ltd. As an enthusiastic wedding planner she works to help every couple she meets to plan the perfect and perfectly unique wedding of their dreams. She is an award winner in the industry and a certified professional in the field, earning the Most Popular Wedding Planner in Malta award by Wedding Industry Experts for 2014.

 
  • Last minute plans

    Maltese culture is very relaxed, which is one of the draws of the ambiance. Give yourself plenty of time for planning, and consider using a local wedding planner who has established relationships with vendors and who can help you expedite the process.

  • Outdoor ceremonies with no backup plans

    There is no such thing as a weather guarantee, even in Malta where the weather is amazing all year. Work with your wedding planner or venue to see if space is available in case of extreme wind or rain on your big day.

  • Poor planning for outdoor decorations

    If you’re planning an outdoor ceremony, be sure that you consider the time of day and possible weather when organizing your decorations. Be sure that your décor can withstand the elements and the temperatures.

  • Confusion about a Maltese beach wedding

    Beach weddings in Malta are gorgeous – but they are not stereotypical sandy beach ceremonies. There are several venues that capture the beauty of the sea in Malta.

  • Planning too short of a stay

    A destination wedding in Malta should really be about a destination adventure, not just a weekend ceremony. There are so many wonderful places to visit and sights to see. Make a week of it (or longer) and build those memories.

  • Forgetting about the guests

    Your wedding guests are attending to support you and share in your new beginning, but they can also take advantage of the rich history and culture of Malta. There are numerous options for helping your guests create their own mini-Malta memories as they celebrate with you.

  • Forgetting about your vision

    Too many times people think that if they are planning a wedding from afar that they have to give up what they want and settle for cookie-cutter planning. Get what you want from your wedding dream!

About Author / Meet Martina

Martina Wedding Planner Martina Selvagi is the founder of iDo Weddings Malta, Ltd. As an enthusiastic wedding planner she works to help every couple she meets to plan the perfect and perfectly unique wedding of their dreams. She is an award winner in the industry and a certified professional in the field, earning the Most Popular Wedding Planner in Malta award by Wedding Industry Experts for 2014.

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