Although tradition dictates that a couple should take their vows in the bride's hometown, when it comes to modern wedding planning, the destination options are extensive. You can marry in the bride or groom's hometown, the city you met, or a favorite location you've traveled to together.
But long-distance planning can put additional stress on a bride who may not have spent much time in the location of her upcoming wedding. Not being familiar with vendors in the area can add stress to the planning process, Chicago-based wedding planner Beth Bernstein tells HuffPost Weddings.
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