Working at Landmark Destinations from a client to part of the team !

Before I was an agent for Landmark Destination Weddings, I was a client who had booked my Destination Wedding with Landmark. So when it comes to a destination wedding I have been on both sides of the table. To start off the process is actually fairly simple, the first thing we had to decide is the hotel to have our wedding. This is in my opinion the hardest choice, because once that choice is made everything falls into the agents hands. The agent will begin the reservation process for wedding date and rooms. Once all secure, the agent starts to build your personal website, this website will include pictures and a story added from bride and groom as well as pictures of bridal party if any. Most importantly your rates will be loaded on the personal website, which those whom you invite to the wedding will get to see, they can even book their room directly on your personal website as well. For those who are not internet savvy, they will be able to call or email the agent direct. Then we sent save the dates, these will include the personal website info as well as the agents contact info, now truly it is in the hands of the agent now to handle everyone’s travel arrangements. During this time within a couple of conference calls with your landmark destination weddings agent and the hotel’s wedding coordinator our wedding was planned…. im actually being modest within one three hour meeting we picked everything we wanted including dj, photography, cigar roller, violinist, decor and lots and lots of flowers. Of course we made modifications throughout the months leading to the wedding but it was really just that easy. One of the things I loved most about this was that everything was black and white, pricing was standard and all the choices were set in front of you, as easy as picking off a menu. It really is a no frills process, no cake testing, no flower shopping with several vendors needed, the hotel lays it all out for you to pick from. Before we knew it we were on our way to Mexico with more luggage than I can count, more guests than I could have hoped for, and a week ahead of us that we would never forget. The moment you land your transportation will take you to the hotel, upon check-in the hotel spoiled us from beginning to end. If you can imagine your wedding night being the best night of your life just imagine one night of fun stretched out into an unforgettable wedding week/vacation. To have all your closest friends and family on vacation together, it really was the best week of our lives. The night before the wedding we had a bonfire on the beach with open bar and music for everyone to mix and mingle and to start the festivities. We had our ceremony on the beach, with live music and custom floral arrangements. Immediately after was the cocktail party, which was our time to take pictures on the beach and pier with friends family and bridal party. After a beautiful cocktail party on the beach. We proceeded to an unforgettable reception, everything from the drinks food and decor were perfect. I actually thought the food at the wedding was better than most food you get at weddings at home. After the wedding was over everyone went to the night club at the hotel to continue the party until late at night. Upon arriving to our hotel room at end of the night we had a champagne bottle on ice waiting for us with rose pedals on the bed and a jacuzzi in our room was decorated for us. The next morning we had a “farewell” brunch. Just to have everyone together one last time before everyone starts leaving at different times and days. One last time to share the laughs and fun that we had all week. A couple of years later I started working for the company. We truly love what we do. It is a pleasure to make a couples dreams come true and exceed their expectations. The travel industry has really come to offer a lot for wedding couples over the last couple of years. With more promotions and incentives than ever. So to learn more about how we can make it all come together for you.