as i mentioned in an earlier post, i am completely smitten with weddings. i've actually only been to a few of them, and was the flower girl in most of those, so sometimes i feel like a real poseur with all this wedding obsession, but then again it might be my lack of experience that's responsible for my fascination. in any case, the weddings that i most enjoy looking at and reading about, and the ones i think i'd most like to attend have this in common: they take place outdoors, are intimate and relaxed, and involve pretty flowers in mason jars. with these factors in mind, it's easy to say there are few weddings i've come across that i haven't liked at least a little bit.
BUT for some reason i've just never been a proponent of the destination wedding. i guess i have this idea of a destination wedding being frivolous or superficial or cliche. hello your wedding is supposed to be special--but it's not a vacation.
this post from once wed changed my mind. it's a day-before-the-wedding-reception, so not exactly the same as a destination wedding, but still. awesome.
(bahamas wedding sparkling here)