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Happily Ever After Starts Here...

Looking to have a truly unique wedding experience?  A destination wedding is the way to go!  As your destination wedding experts, we'll make your special day incredibly easy on you and your loved ones.  Many resorts and cruise lines that accomodate destination weddings have on-site wedding coordinators that we'll work with closely to ensure your day is exactly how you want it to be. 

Every pictures has a story to tell, let us help you tell yours.



Testimonial #1

"We are so very pleased we chose a destination wedding over a traditional wedding. Our Hawaii destination wedding, including airfare and lodging, was so much cheaper than a traditional reception at our home town of Layton, Utah.  Our wedding ceremony was at The Laie Hawaii Temple followed by a wonderful reception at The Marriott Courtyard Hotel just down the street. Everything was delightful and I couldn't be more pleased. Our wedding and honeymoon all packaged together was awesome. Fantastic experience. Lifetime memories were created thanks to our travel agent Pat King at Snelgrove Travel. She planned everything and saved us so much time & money!. We couldn't be more pleased."


-Brenda & Kyle Martin from Layton Utah - Married at Laie Hawaii March 12, 2023

Testimonial #2

"I didn't think we could afford a destination wedding because our budget was only $2,500 for the two of us. But Snelgrove travel suggested a cruise destination wedding and made it happen. Our budget of $2,500 included our flights to Long Beach, 4 night cruise, wedding ceremony on the beach at Catalina Island followed by reception at The Landing. I never would have thought of this on my own. Thank you Snelgrove Travel for making this possible and staying within our $2,500 budget. It was extra special to have 26 family and friends join us on the cruise and be there for our 'special day'."


-Phillip & Stacy Winters from Salt Lake City Utah - Married at Catalina Island California February 21, 2023