Destination weddings are so much fun – you get to marry the person of your dreams in a location that is suitably amazing. Everyone is delightfully blissed out at the celebration in a far away place and drinking beautiful cocktails while overlooking the crashing waves…
The lovely team at Wedding Paper Divas has joined Polka Dot Bride today for a fabulous giveaway.
Wedding Paper Divas, who everyone knows and loves for their beautiful bright designs have the perfect designs for any destination wedding.
For a wedding here- Peppers Magnetic Island Resort off the Queensland coast…
The Wedding Paper Divas Sand Dollar Invitation would work perfectly. It brings to mind the warm sand beneath your feet, tables full of white linen and scattered with seashells and of course champagne.
For a wedding at a winery in Western Australia at Sandalford Wines in Margaret River..
I think the Wedding Paper Divas Nature In Napa Wedding Invitation would be a lovely fit to capture the feeling of a luxurious celebration drinking red wine and dancing amongst the vineyards.
Wedding Paper Divas is offering a $100 US gift certificate to a lucky Polka Dot Bride reader
- Visit Wedding Paper Divas “Signature Collection”
- Sign up or login to your account (It’s free!) and save the design that best represents your dream destination wedding
- Comment on Polka Dot Bride with the invitation your chose and tell me about your dream destination wedding! Include the location and about your ceremony! Get creative!
Competition closes December 14th Australian EST 5pm and is open worldwide. Make sure to use the same email address when commenting as you did when registering for an account on Wedding Paper Divas so we can verify your entry!
This competition is now closed.
Although I’ve ultimately decided that I would rather have all of my friends and family with me, and my hometown of San Diego is already quite the destination, my dream destination wedding isn’t tropical and beachy at all. I’d love to take everyone I know to London. I spent some time there in college and I love everything about the city.
As far as Wedding Paper Divas goes, I’m leaning towards the “Together Forever” invites. I love the simple yet unique design, plus the size and orientation. It’s focused on the bride and groom without much superfluous fluff… my philosophy on the wedding exactly!
My dream destination wedding is on the beach in Tofino, B.C. Canada. The beach is gorgeous, huge waves in storm season, great for surfing and whale watching! It’s so romantic there!
My Father was a printer, loved the color orange and I’ve decided to honor his memory with the stationery. My invitation choice, altho not beachy at all, would be the Dandelion Dream or Paper Poppies invites, in orange!
Our destination wedding will be in my childhood church in Singapore. We will be surrounded by our closest friends and family that we grew up with-in celebration and in honor of our parents. Our choice of the invite would be “Wine Country” -it provides a classy yet relaxed feel. Exactly what we want our guests to feel.
The location of our wedding is in Perth. The ceremony will be held on the balcony at our reception location on the banks of the magnificent Swan River overlooking Kings Park with the city skyline views as the backdrop.
My dream destination wedding would be on a beautiful beach in Costa Rica!
Me and my fiance spent 2 weeks there this summer and ever since he proposed to me on the beach with a gorgeous diamond engagement ring from http://www.idonowidont.com we want to go back and have a gorgeous wedding there!
I dream of how the sunset will look with all our friends and families celebrating with us in the sand.
I had a hard time narrowing it down between the Monogram Block in Navy and the Lime Grosgrain. If my FH and I had a destination wedding it would be in the British Virgin Island… probably Antigua. The grosgrain is definitely fun and bright and very Caribbean. We are avid sailors so we want a nautical look to everything, which is why we like the Monogram Block the best. It is something we could use whether or not we went destination. It’s is simple and very much us. 🙂
Sailing has been a large part of our lives together and we got engaged at the marina next to our sailboat, which is why we are aiming for the nautical look instead of a bright, fun look.
I’d go for the Modern Whimsy Wedding Invitations – for a garden wedding in August!
In an world where money was no object, I’d rent out the Shuey Mansion in Seattle, Washington, and invite all of my friends to stay over. It’s a few blocks from an amazing farmer’s market, the University of Washington, and has access to the Seattle Arboretum. I’d have the wedding at the Sylvan Theater in the University, as it’s very simple – a lawn with a few stark columns, very serene and lovely. I’d wear a furisode and my fiance would wear a yukata, and the ceremony would be based on Robert’s Rules of Order, as I was a club president all four years of college and it’s fun. Afterwards we’d all go back to the house for a local/organically catered dinner and cupcakes! And in the morning we’d all go tour Seattle together.
My ideal location would be a beautiful field, full of blooming flowers and a cute charmingly old barn with a huge oak tree next to it. I think the “Under the Oak’ wedding invitations would be perfect for this dream of mine!
My dream destination wedding is in the process of becoming a reality and my heart is so full 🙂 My fiance and I are currently planning a wedding for June 2009 in Rincon, Puerto Rico. We both have strong ties to the island and our wedding ceremony will be a celebration of our faith, love, family, friends, and heritage. We have decided on a color palette of navy, yellow and orange and the Rich Floral Wedding Invitations in Navy would be the perfect way to invite those closest to us to the island that we hold so dear. We are paying for the majority of this wedding on our own and it would truly be a blessing to receive this gift certificate. Thank you for your consideration and keep the wonderful designs coming!!
My dream destination wedding would be on Martha’s Vineyard in the town of Oak Bluffs. My Grandma lives there so I’ve spent many a summer there and my fiance has had the opportunity to come with a few times. It’s so beautiful and casual. So for an added effect I’d choose the non-beachy wedding scroll invitation in Moonstruck. It doesn’t scream beach but does in corporate traditional and my Grandma’s favorite color- blue. It would be a beautiful homage. The ceremony would have to be at the 100+ year old flying horses carousel, We’d try for the brass ring right after 😉
We’ve already booked our wedding date here in the states, so my dream destination wedding will remain a dream, but I would love to be able to use the Woven Paisley Wedding Invites for wedding in Bali. The ceremony would be on a cliff overlooking the ocean in the late afternoon and we’d dine on local fish and dance outside with lots of candles as the sun sets. There would be colorful exotic flowers and I’d wear a simple white sheath dress and bright flowers in my hair. The best part is after the wedding, the guests could stay and explore the island while we begin our honeymoon! I think the wedding paper divas invitation I picked out would give just the right feel for this type of event!
Our dream destination wedding:
Romantic, vintage, Antique.
Close your eyes, and imagine: Walking through the streets of old Havana with my new husband. I’m in my grandmothers lace wedding gown. We just had the ceremony of our dreams in an old church: The blue shutters with peeling paint, the yellow-brown stucco weathered by countless days of sun and rain, the wooden floor and pews creaking as the guests shifted with the wind.
We are on our way to the reception, strolling blissfully hand in hand. Following behind us are musicians with trumpets and guitars, and our family and friends who traveled here to be with us. Looking on are the locals, curious, and understanding. To them it is just another rite of passage, to us, it is a memory we won’t ever forget.
Our invitations are the Splendid Swirls Wedding Invitations – with Cuban inspired colors.