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Destination wedding cancellation tips for you and your guests.

March 12, 2019 2:16 pmViews: 120

Destination wedding cancellation tips and ideas to help you and your guests.

Your destination wedding cancellation effects travel and hotel costs for you and your guests.

A wedding cancellation effects you and your guests.

Tips and ideas if you are going to cancel your destination wedding.

If you are planning a destination wedding, try to prepare yourself before you choose your travel and hotel choices in case of cancelling. It is also better for your guests, as often they get a call two weeks before to say that a wedding has been called off.

Sure, you’re upset, but now you and your guests have plane tickets and hotel reservations. So, what can you do?

Here are some tips and ideas that you may want to consider in your planning budget to protect your travel and hotel costs.

If  you have a wedding insurance policy make sure it covers destination wedding cancellations – just in case.

However, there’s no reason why your guests can’t go and enjoy the trip. But bear in mind they may face a price increase. Especially if this was part of a group booking. Group bookings often include a minimum number of travellers to get a discount price. As well as the terms and conditions regarding changes or cancellations.

You or your guests could ask other travellers to come along to keep the group discount. But name changes often count as cancellations depending on the terms of the vacation package. Also, the premium charges may apply. It is better to ask before you book what happens if there is a destination wedding cancellation, and get that in writing.

If you are planning to cancel your destination wedding here are some things to think about.

So, it is important to know your options so you can salvage an unfortunate situation. Always book with a registered travel agency, website or tour operator so you can circle back and find out what they can do for you.

In Ontario Canada TICO (The Travel Industry Council of Ontario) is the Ontario travel regulator. Ask your travel booking agent who they are registered with to protect you for the travel and hotel costs.

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