Destination Weddings For The Rich

For those of you having your Pensacola Beach wedding I wanted to share with you about a post I saw online. This was a wedding for the wealthy, the very wealthy.  beach brideAt a hotel in the Maldives they have a floating wedding pavilion in the middle of the Baa Atoll. You can only get there by boat and this pavilion has a vaulted ceiling with a shimmering floor that has a glass bottom aisle for you to walk down, to make it even better it’s over a turtle enclosure. This pavilion has folding floor to ceiling glass doors on three sides that open out onto a deck and it can hold 24 people. Wow that’s amazing. If money was no object that would be incredible. I also saw a post on line about adult only weddings. We do occasionally have those type of weddings but not too often. One bride asked if it would be okay for her to offer childcare to people traveling with small children. I thought that was very kind and considerate of the bride to make this offer. When having an adult only event there can be some awkward moments. For the bride to offer the childcare really made the difference in what could be a difficult situation. This is definitely food for thought for any of you planning such an event.  Have any of you ever attended an event where children were not permitted?  Do you feel that it’s not acceptable or is it okay?  I would love to hear from some of you and share your thoughts with me.