4 Tips for Planning Your Wedding at the Henderson Park Inn

beachfront hotel in Destin Florida The holiday season is one of the most popular times of the year to get engaged. According to the Condé Nast Bridal Group, 19 percent of all engagements take place in the month of December! If you are a bride-to-be (or a groom-to-be), it’s never too early to start planning the big day. Voted the most romantic hotel in North America, our beachfront hotel in Destin Florida is one of the most popular destination wedding sites in the Emerald Coast. We’ve put together some great tips for couples planning their wedding at the Henderson Park Inn.

1. Talk to Our Wedding Planners

A great place to start the task of planning your wedding is with a call to one of our professional wedding planners. Our team will answer any and all questions you have and can help you pick the perfect wedding package for your unique situation. To get in touch with the Henderson Park Inn wedding planners give them a call at 850 – 424 – 7648.

2. Decide What Type of Backdrop You Want For Your Ceremony and Reception

Do you want to get married right on our pristine white sand beaches? How about a beautiful deck with stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico? The Henderson Park Inn offers six different ceremony and reception locations, including the beach, the inn’s deck, three different lawn areas and a beautiful off site venue. Start talking with your fiancé about which scenic location is right for your wedding.

3. Start Thinking About Your Guest List

In addition to scenery, the other major factor determining which wedding location you choose is how many people you want to invite. The North Green and our off site location, The Venue at Crystal Beach, can both accommodate up to 500 people, making them excellent choices for large wedding parties.

4. Start Researching Now

Our beachfront hotel in Destin Florida fills up fast, so now is the time to start planning! Visit our Wedding Packages page to learn about everything the Henderson Park Inn has to offer.

Jason Fishman is a writer and editor specializing in history, dining, travel and tourism. In his spare time, he enjoys science fiction, breakfast food and bad puns. To read his latest vacation tips, click the Google+ follow button below!