Recently I had the pleasure of attending a close friend’s wedding in Mexico. With it being a destination wedding I was at a resort for a total of 3 days. This Mexican destination wedding was unique as it was not hosted at a typical big beach resort but was located at a resort in
a small town in the mountains a few hours outside of Mexico City.
I have attended locally hosted weddings in the past, and usually it is not too difficult to ensure that there are appropriate accommodations made for my allergies, however, a destination wedding required a bit more planning and involvement on my behalf.
My first tip is ensuring you have open
communication between yourself and the wedding couple with regards to what your allergies are and their severity. In my situation, the bride was thankfully a close friend of mine so she was well aware of my allergies. Despite this, I still made sure that I spoke with her and effectively communicated exactly what my dietary restrictions were.
She was then able to relay this information to the wedding planner as well as the resort staff. I found it helpful to speak to someone involved in the wedding planning directly as opposed to just writing my allergies on the RSVP card…
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