Destination Weddings

How to Get Married Abroad

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10. Arrive at least three or four days before your wedding to give you time to settle in and make any last-minute arrangements. (This also means plenty of postflight recovery time and pampering spa sessions to make sure you look your best!) Speaking of which, ask your airline, but you should take your wedding dress as carry-on; crumpled ivory silk is not a good look, and not packing it in checked baggage means no danger of it getting lost!

Useful Web sites:
For travel visas and passports, visit the U.S. Department of State site.
Check your vaccinations at Passport Health.
Get consular contact details and embassy listings.

Check back soon for Mr & Mrs Smith’s country-by-country destination wedding guides…

For more honeymoon and travel advice from Mr & Mrs Smith, click here.

View a full list of Mr & Mrs Smith wedding hotels.

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