Part of the price you pay for a destination wedding is the reality that many people won't have the money or time to attend. When those people are your closest friends and relatives whom you plan to ask to stand up for you, that makes matters harder. If you insist on having your wedding elsewhere, be honest with the people you're asking to be in your bridal party, and don't be offended if they're unable to accept--going to the Caribbean isn't cheap. Look into airfare, car rental, hotels, inclusive packages and anything else you can estimate and furnish the information to your friends when you ask. If there is a cost you can defray, tell them that, too. Maybe you're able to pay for the hotel rooms or the bridesmaids' jewelry. But lay it out for them so they know what they're saying yes to.