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Luggage tags with an antique map design guided guests to their tables and fit in with the travel theme.

Vintage Handkerchief Favors The couple tea-stained brand-new hankies to give them a vintage look.

Vintage Handkerchief Favors The couple tea-stained brand-new hankies to give them a vintage look.

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Abby’s eight bridesmaids wore purple dresses in different styles for a unique yet unified look.

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Fun in the surf and sun is the life of Los Cabos, an area that stretches between the town of Cabo San Lucas to the west and San Jose del Cabo to the east along the southernmost coast of Baja, California and Mexico. In between lies the "Corridor," a string of cozy hotels, championship golf courses, winding horse trails, and white-sand beaches (note: a sneaky undertow renders many of them too rough for swimming). Before You Go: Need-to-know info Entry requirements: Passport Language: Spanish ...

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Can‘t decide between the sophistication of a beach resort in Europe and the laid-back (and in-this-hemisphere) ease of a Caribbean island? Consider St. Barths as your destination. The people, cuisine, shopping and nightlife on this tiny island in the French West Indies are every bit as chic as those of St. Tropez, but the aquamarine water and languorous lifestyle are pure Caribbean. Before You Go: Need-to-know info Entry requirements: Passport and return ticket Language: French (English ...

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The intoxicating beauty of Spain‘s largest island has been attracting artists and musicians since the late nineteenth century, and recent days have transformed it into a hot spot for luxury resort vacations. Sweeping bays and clear, blue waters stretch out in striking contrast to the jutting cliffs and towering mountains of this Mediterranean locale. Before You Go: Need-to-know info Language: Spanish, Catalan Flight time: 11 hrs from NYC, 16 hrs from L.A. Currency: Euro (EUR) Getting around: Bicycle, car, boat, train, taxi When To Go: Mallorca at its best Best weather: The Mediterranean climate is mild most of the year. Average highs stay around 60 degrees in winter (December-March). July and August are the warmest months, with average highs at 86 degrees. Best prices: November-March Why To Go Phenomenal beaches: You‘ll find the best of both worlds on Mallorca -- fashionable golden shores speckled with tourists and secluded, sandy coves. Most visitors tend to stay near their resorts, and the lack of access to cars keeps crowds away from a number of beautiful beaches along the eastern coast. You may have to do a bit of legwork to get a spot all your own, but it‘s worth it. If you simply drive and park further inland, a half-hour hike will take you to one of the deserted paradises like Es Carbó Beach. Cool caves: Spend an afternoon at the Coves del Drac in Portocristo, where brilliantly designed lighting illuminates the limestone formations. A tour of the caves includes a live concert by classical musicians and a boat ride through the cavern‘s underground lakes. -- Erin Walters

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