I've seen so many posts popping up with people claiming they're having a destination wedding only later to find out the wedding is really only a 3 hour drive for almost all their guest. IMO that's just a wedding, not a destination wedding. When I hear the words destination wedding I think of weddings in other countries (Caribbean islands, Italy, Brazil...) or even Hawaii if everyone else lives in the states. Or the states if they live in Europe, etc. I also think of them as a wedding and honeymoon in one. I just don't get it when people live in, say, Florida, but get married in New York because that's where the bride and groom grew up (and maybe their parents/family still live there) and call it a destination wedding. But maybe I'm wrong.
Technically, what is a destination wedding considered? Just curious really.
After 6 years and 2 boys, finally tying the knot on October 27th, 2013!