Pleasant Holidays Releases 2023 Wedding & Honeymoon Travel Brochure

Pleasant Holidays has unveiled its 32-page “Destination Wedding & Honeymoon Travel” brochure for 2023. It includes 102 hotels and resorts, many offering complimentary weddings, gifts for the wedding couple or honeymoon suites and amenities.

“The holiday season is also the season of engagements, with nearly half of all proposals taking place between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day, so it is an ideal time to begin thinking about 2023 destination wedding and honeymoon travel with Pleasant Holidays,” said Jack E. Richards, president and CEO. “As couples consider their wedding and honeymoon options, we wanted to offer a simple, easily accessible guide to the myriad possibilities available for a dream destination wedding in Mexico, Europe, Hawaii, the Caribbean, Bora Bora and other top destinations.”

The digital brochure highlights romantic hotels, couples-only resorts and cruise vacations along with their wedding and honeymoon travel offerings. Additionally, it highlights Pleasant Holidays’ Wedding Travel Desk, which features the expertise of its travel specialists to assist travel advisors with their clients’ needs.

Pleasant Holidays’ Wedding Travel Desk offers a toll-free hotline at 1-800-818-9080, flexible travel options, hotel reservations starting with a minimum of five rooms, activities and experiences, and a range of flight options in business and economy classes, in one convenient location. A travel protection plan is also recommended and available beginning at $49 per person with cancel-for-any-reason options and includes up to 100 percent travel advisor commission protection.

Advisors can receive a destination wedding booking bonus of up to $150 per group. The bonus can be used to enhance the travel advisor’s commission income or as a gift to the wedding couple.

A digital version of the brochure that advisors can e-mail to clients instantly is available at

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