As you welcome your guests to your exotic destination wedding, be sure to treat them to a wholesome experience with quality service that leaves no stone unturned. From warm welcomes, effective guest management to thoughtful gestures—hospitality plays a vital role when hosting a destination wedding
Tina Tharwani, Co-founder of Shaadi Squad, makes no bones about how vital the service is, especially when it comes to destination weddings that take place over a few days. She says, “Regardless of the venue, there can be no compromise on the service. The strength of the staff depends on the number of expected guests. After all, no guest should be kept waiting for their food or drinks to arrive.” Your guests have arrived in response to your invitation; hence, their comfort is your responsibility.
Trishant Sidhwani, Director, DreamzKrraft Wedding, concurs, “Guests need to be taken care of in a way that makes them feel personally cared for by the couple. The stay, travel and individual requirements of every guest must be taken into account to ensure that they are not delayed for any function or flight, and also receive enough time to relax.”
For Ritika Sahi, Marketing Manager, 7 Vachan, even a simple gesture such as a warm welcome can go a long way. “Little offerings in the guests’ rooms such as region-specific food products like coffee, wine or snacks can add a personal touch to a destination wedding. Also, people don’t travel to a destination wedding just to hang out with the couple, so provide some free time between functions.”
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