Karisma Announces Wedding Credit Promotion

Karisma Hotel & Resort Beach Wedding

Karisma Hotels and Resorts has announced Cash For Your Bash a wedding credit promotion for couples planning a Gourmet Inclusive Wedding Event. Couples can reach up to $15,000 in credit, and it is awarded based upon how many rooms are booked for the couple’s nuptials. The awarded money can be used to reduce the price of the wedding project, a private dinner reception, cocktail parties, rooms, ceremony and décor.

Couples can qualify for Cash For Your Bash with as few as five rooms booked. Additionally, couples will receive a $250 resort credit per room. The credit can be used on spa services, dining and more. Couples can see how much credit they qualify for by visiting www.MemorableMomentsWeddings.com, where they can plug in the resort, travel dates, and number of rooms booked.

“Cash For Your Bash is a game-changer for destination wedding planning, making it easier than ever before for couples to book their special events at Karisma’s award-winning Gourmet Inclusive properties,” said Faith Wishnie, director of wedding services at Karisma Hotels & Resorts.

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