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How to pay for your dream wedding abroad

May 17, 2013 6:34 pm Published by

Your wedding day ranks as one of the most memorable and exciting days of your life and now more of us are choosing to leave the unreliable British weather behind in favour of a wedding overseas.

It’s hardly surprising when the average wedding abroad costs £6,000 compared to a staggering £22,000 in the UK and as wonderful as planning your dream wedding is; it is up there as one of the most stressful experiences you can have!

Once you have spent copious amounts of time researching your dream location, choosing your colour scheme and ensuring warring relatives are seated at least one table apart; it’s down to the nitty gritty of paying your overseas venue and suppliers. Using FTT Global to handle your money transfers will give you a reliable and cost-effective way to pay your invoices, giving you one less thing to worry about.

Once you have registered, making a payment using your online FTT account will will save you up to 4% on every booking you make compared with your bank. This means you will have more money to spend on making your day special rather than boosting the bank’s profits!

How do I pay a Supplier abroad?

It couldn’t be easier. Your supplier will send you an invoice and provide you with their bank account details and the amount you need to pay in the currency they require. All you have to do is:

  • Tell us the amount of currency you need to buy
  • We will let you know how much you will need to send us to buy this amount
  • We will email you our bank account details so you can transfer your currency to us

 When we receive your funds and send them out, you will receive a confirmation email to keep you in the loop. You can even tell us your supplier’s email address too and we’ll let them know when your payment is on its way to them. 

If you would like some more information on sending money abroad to pay suppliers for your wedding overseas, contact Tazmin Eldridge in our Customer Support Team on 020 3603 8940 or email [email protected].

 

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This post was written by Kayleigh Driscoll

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