For many brides, one of the best parts of planning a wedding is choosing their dress. The thrill of going into a bridal store and knowing you might find “the one” is irreplaceable.
But when you’re shopping for your destination wedding dress, you have to pay a bit more attention to what you’re falling in love with.
Not all gowns are cut out for destination weddings, which is why you’re so used to seeing the light, flowing beach dresses touted as the “best” destination wedding choices.
However, with some careful planning and proper knowledge, you can easily choose many other types of dresses for your special day.
When shopping for your destination wedding dress, keep these key aspects in mind:
Location and Weather
By now, you’ve most likely picked where your wedding’s going to take place. If you haven’t, that’s actually a step you need to take before you purchase any gown.
Location and weather will greatly affect your choice of a destination wedding dress. Certain fabrics, styles, and accents will withstand the environment on your wedding day better than other types.
If you’re having a beach wedding, for example, there’s no reason to be wearing a full skirt that will only get heavier the more sand and water blows onto it. In fact, it may not be worth wearing a long dress at all in this situation.
On the flipside, if you’re having a cozy, small celebration during the winter at a beautiful castle, you’d be crazy to wear a barely-lined, short dress. Instead, you’ll be looking at wedding dresses fit for winter that have heavier fabrics to keep you warm or the option of an added jacket, shrug, or bolero.
It’s always interesting to attend a vintage barn wedding only to discover the bride walking down the aisle in a big, poofy ballgown fit more for a regal-style wedding.
Don’t make the same mistake with your destination wedding dress. Instead, make sure when you’re looking for your gown, you keep your wedding theme in mind.
Are you having the beach destination wedding with a casual atmosphere? Or are you heading up to the mountains for a more ethereal, woods-y setting?
Matching your wedding dress style to your theme isn’t 100% necessary, but it definitely makes a big impact on your guests (and makes you feel great) when your dress enhances the mood and style of your big day.
No two brides are alike, so it’s important to consider your specific body type when looking for a destination wedding dress.
You may love the way that blush dress fits the model in the magazine, but the way it lays across your stomach may not be the same as it does hers. And you may be a big fan of A-line dresses but are more suited to a sheath style that makes you look taller and thinner.
Try on several different types of dresses and learn which styles are best for your body type before you dedicate yourself to any particular one.
You’ll feel more like yourself and more bride-like than you would if you insisted on a dress that didn’t flatter your figure.
Normally, brides are able to take their dresses to their wedding ceremony location in the car with little hassles or wrinkles as a result.
But that all changes with a destination wedding when you’re not anywhere near your wedding location. As such, you need to consider how you’re going to transport your gown.
If your location is close enough that you’re going to be able to drive, you won’t have to worry as much as you might if you’re flying. Flying requires an extra bit of care.
One easy way to make sure your dress is in tip-top shape when you arrive at your wedding location is to carry it on the plane; you may need to pay extra because it could be considered over-sized, but the price is worth it to ensure your destination wedding dress isn’t harmed. And many airlines would be happy to store your dress in first class.
Your best bet is to pick a dress that’s easily fixed up and steamed should it get any wrinkles or damage, and to pack an emergency kit for last-minute issues.
Choosing a destination wedding dress can be an exciting time in your wedding planning. Just keep these key aspects in mind so you can avoid stress later on and so you can walk down the aisle as radiant and beautiful as a destination bride should be.
In your destination wedding dress search, were there any types of dresses you loved but had to eliminate because of one of these reasons? What did you do instead?
Not exactly. Unlike a typical, local wedding, destination weddings have a few differences that need to be taken into etiquette account when preparing your destination wedding invitations. And this post will explain you all of them.
We’ll be covering not just the proper etiquette for invitations themselves, but also for the save-the-dates and any extra information cards you may want to include with your mailings.
Here’s how to get started on your destination wedding invitations, their wording, and their etiquette…
You can always send out save-the-dates for destination weddings if you want to — they’re not restricted to traditional weddings.
In fact, save-the-dates are probably one of the best decisions you could make for your destination wedding. Sending these up to a year in advance (and only to the same people you’re going to invite to the wedding) will help ensure your guests have ample time to ask for time off work and start planning their trip.
To help your guests out even further, make sure you add specific location information, and not just the country/region you plan to get married in. List the specific ceremony and reception venues so guests will be able to figure out if they should go barefoot on a beach or close-toed through mountain crags. You could even provide the name(s) of any travel agents you recommend.
Finally, if you’re not one to waste paper, feel free to send a virtual save-the-date ecards or even just an official email from your own inbox. This is 100% acceptable especially if you’re having a smaller wedding with only close family and friends.
Sending and Timing Your Destination Wedding Invitations
Typically, wedding invitations go out six to eight weeks before the big day. However, that’s cutting it close for the couple getting married far away.
Send out your destination wedding invitations at least three months before your wedding. Some couples even choose to send anywhere from 12-6 months in advance, but this isn’t necessary if you’ve already sent a save-the-date.
Basically, the sooner you get your destination wedding invitations out, the better. Though etiquette suggests three months, if you feel they need to go out sooner, go ahead and send them. Some experts warn not to send invites too far in advance in case the guests misplace the invites and forget about booking travel, but you can do what’s best for your situation.
If you do send out wedding invitations really early, just make sure you send a follow-up reminder email or note at the 3-month mark.
Destination weddings come with a lot of extra information compared to a “regular” wedding. How do you figure out what to put on them to make sure guests get the information they need?
Always aim to be thorough while avoiding overwhelming your guests with details. This means you’ll include all the typical and necessary information on the main invitation itself (date, time, specific locations, attire desired, etc.). Save the details like maps or surrounding events (like any pre-wedding parties or excursions) for additional card inserts or for your wedding website only.
Don’t forego the wedding website, either. It’s much easier for guests to visit your website for further information than try to keep track of an invitation with tons of separate pieces of paper and information in them.
Finally, have fun with how you write your invitations! You could stick with the traditional “Mr. & Mrs. Johnson request your presence at the marriage of their daughter…”, or you could do something completely different and write a short poem, for example. Destination weddings are fun alternatives, so even if yours is going to be formal, don’t hesitate writing catchy, compelling invites that will convince your guests they have to be there on the big day!
And don’t forget to request an RSVP that’s early enough for you to lock in discounts and catering with your destination vendors and venue.
Most couples have to deal with the issue of telling guests about attire, children, gifts, “plus ones,” etc. This isn’t any different if you’re getting married away from your hometown.
When it comes to invitation etiquette, honesty is always the best policy. State everything simply but clearly, and if people don’t like your choices, you can talk to them about it on an individual basis. Here are some tips for the most typical destination wedding invitation etiquette:
– Attire can be important to creating the mood of your wedding, destination ones especially. If you don’t want guests showing up shorts, clearly state “formal attire requested” or something similar on the invite, additional card, or your website.
– Not having children at your wedding? Make sure to only address the invitation to the adults in the family and maybe write something like “Rooms can be reserved at the all-inclusive, adults-only resort.” Some people still won’t get the hint, so make sure to stay firm in your decision and let them know you won’t have activities or babysitting planned for children.
– Sometimes couples don’t want wedding gifts from their guests because they know their wedding destination will be expensive. To indicate this, you can easily write “The honor of your presence is the only gift we require” on your invitations or additional cards/website.If you’re still expecting gifts, make sure to give an address guests can send them to so they’re not hauling all your gifts across the country or world in their suitcases!
– Guests will sometimes try to invite their own guests, even if you’ve addressed your invitations very specifically. In this case, the fault is on your guests, but you still need to treat them with respect. Indicate the wedding is very small for close relations only, or that the hotel can’t accommodate more people during the ceremony and reception, for example. Be honest, but not rude!
As you can see, there’s a lot more to do with planning your destination wedding invitations than it would seem at the start! How to word your invitations varies as does the dates you send everything out. However, once these changes are made, you can look forward to seeing the smiling faces of your guests at your wedding!
How do you think you’ll tell guests about your wedding’s details, additional cards or a website? Why?
And that’s especially true when you’re planning a destination wedding.
You want the event to run smoothly. You want guests to be entertained. And you want to do it all while still feeling like you’re on vacation.
Following is a guide to destination wedding venues, which features some of our favorite estates as well as top resorts around the world.
Pleasantdale Chateau Estate, New Jersey
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Situated on 40 acres of formal gardens, meadows and ponds, Pleasantdale Chateau Estate is a historic and rare find. An ivy-covered gatehouse welcomes guests, who are immediately immersed in a private and serene setting of fascinating architecture – from the Scandinavian chapel to the Mediterranean-style Fountain Room.
It’s an ideal destination wedding venue if you’re planning a large soiree as the Grand Ballroom accommodates up to 300 people! And foodies will be happy to know that the estate’s kitchen is led by a classically trained chef with a knack for the remarkable. Friends and family won’t have to travel far after the big event, either; Pleasantdale also has more than 30 well-appointed guest rooms.
Aspen Meadows Resort, Colorado
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Is there anything more romantic than a picturesque Aspen backdrop for your destination wedding? With the Colorado Rockies’ peaks and valleys surrounding, Aspen Meadows Resort sits on 40 acres of breathtaking natural scenery. Inspired by classic Bauhaus aesthetic, the entire resort features floor-to-ceiling windows and simple yet elegant décor.
And there’s no shortage of options when it comes to ceremony and reception sites, either, with more than 22,000 square feet of space. Resort amenities include a full-scale health club with spa services, decadent dining, and activities for every season. Getting to Aspen is easy, too, thanks to its local airport.
St. Helena Vineyard Estate, California
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Nestled in the foothills of St. Helena, Calif. and surrounded by hillside vineyards, St. Helena Vineyard Estate is five acres of stunning wine country. Onsite you’ll find a 5,000-square-foot main house, 1,200-square-foot guest house and a multi-purpose media and game building. Perfect for small destination weddings, the luxury estate is a quintessential Napa Valley experience with rolling, grassy knolls and blooming gardens.
And, best of all: no neighbors, no traffic and no disturbances! St. Helena Estate comfortably sleeps up to 12 people and your guests can enjoy amenities like a bocce ball court, pool, and full bar.
Château de Bagnols, France
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Do you dream of feeling like a princess on your wedding day? Then Château de Bagnols in Beaujolais, France may be your perfect destination wedding venue. The centuries-old castle features manicured gardens and its very own winery – both of which are stunning options for wedding day sites. (Or, you can even walk to the nearby 15th-century church.)
For accommodations, guests can choose from a number of apartments from demure to grand. Enhancing their stay is a series of activities like hot air balloon flights, horse carriage rides, wine tastings and chef-prepared picnics. Château de Bagnols is an enchanting location that looks straight from the pages of a fairytale.
Villa Helena, Florida
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Villa Helena in Miami Beach brings together an alluring Art Deco design and thoroughly modern facilities in a 1920s-inspired estate. Marble floors, custom-made chandeliers and a large courtyard with bright green hedges add to its allure and classic ambiance.
Villa Helena is centrally located just 10 minutes from South Beach, so you’ll have easy access to sunny stretches of sand and an energetic nightlife scene. But you’ll find it difficult to leave the estate thanks to its sweet touches – high-end Bulgari bath products, freshly cut flowers and Godiva chocolates placed bedside for you and your guests. Optional extras include chef and mixologist services.
Tides Riviera Maya, Mexico
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On the Yucatan Peninsula’s Caribbean coast, Tides Riviera Maya is defined by its pure white sand beach. The villa resort is hidden in the small village of Playa Xcalacoco near Playa del Carmen and surrounded on three sides by tropical forest. Travel + Leisure called the resort “a sexy and eco-conscious hideaway in the jungle” – a proper title given its A-list amenities.
Your guests will love the personal service and palapa-roofed villas decorated in a simple Mayan design. Choose from six destination wedding sites, including a beachfront spot, jungle palapa, and lush tropical garden.
Hacienda Pinilla, Costa Rica
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Located near Tamarindo, Costa Rica, Hacienda Pinilla is a 4,500-acre beach resort and gated residential community surrounded by a tropical rain forest and wildlife refuge. This villa sprawls more than 7,000 square feet and features five bedrooms available for overnight accommodations.
Renting the villa as your destination wedding venue gives you direct access to the community’s private beaches, golf course and tennis courts. Within walking distance is Hacienda Pinilla’s Beach Club, where you and guests can spend all day hopping between the pool and beach. There’s also a spa and Beach Club Restaurant with homemade cuisine crafted.
Gansevoort Turks & Caicos, Caribbean
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Gansevoort Turks & Caicos is a sleek boutique hotel with a sensual island vibe. Situated on Providenciales’ Grace Bay beach, the soothing seaside getaway houses just 91 rooms, which means you won’t feel overrun by other guests on the day of your nuptials.
Weddings can be stressful, but it’s nearly impossible to feel anything besides relaxed at Gansevoort Turks & Caicos thanks to a 7,000-square-foot infinity edge pool and award-winning spa. And the staff here is well prepared to make your wedding day perfect, whether you’re looking for small and intimate or over-the-top luxurious.
Blue Cave Villas, Greece
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A clear blue sea and ruggedly beautiful mountains are all that surround you at Blue Cave Villas, a private and peaceful complex of four traditional Zakynthian stone houses. There’s plenty to keep the wedding party entertained – from hiking and mountain biking to swimming, fishing and canoeing.
Destination weddings at Blue Cave Villas are completely personal and intimate, a complete vacation for all involved. It’s a venue that goes above and beyond with free amenities, including an astronomical observatory, wine bar, and organic Greek toiletries. Your wedding party can have run of the house while staff helps you organize transfers, tours and even pre-arrival grocery shopping.
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Imagine getting married at Blantyre in the height of fall foliage season, when the ivy along its Main House turns a vibrant shade of red and the main driveway is covered in an archway of golden leaves. Located in Lenox, Mass., the luxury country house hotel is a 1900s-era property made up of a main house, carriage house and four cottages.
Rooms are cozy and plush, and include details like overstuffed chairs, fresh flowers and four-post beds. Plan your destination wedding here in mid-September to late October when leaf peeping around the Berkshires is at its best.
What is your favorite Destination Wedding Venue?
About the Author
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With so many gorgeous destinations all over the globe for outdoor weddings it can be hard to decide which location to jet off to.
Don’t dismay as we have compiled you a list of the top ten places on earth for tying the knot in the great outdoors.
Time to make your outdoor wedding dreams a reality
1. California, U.S
Being one of the most popular states in the world, it is no surprise that California would be one of the top ten greatest locations for an outdoor wedding of epic proportions.
From snowy mountains to golden beaches, California has it all!
If you fancy a beach wedding without jetting off to the tropics then San Diego has the answer – with eleven beaches holding city issued permits the choices are endless.
Then there is Los Angeles, Santa Ana, San Francisco…
Of course we couldn’t talk about California without also giving credit to the breathtaking Napa Valley – home to countless beautiful vineyards and unique sights.
If you are something of a wine connoisseur then Napa Valley should be top of your wedding venue wish list.
California certainly isn’t short on talented vendors either, so you’ll be sure to find everything you could have hoped for and more.
Wanna know some of our fave spots:
Edgewood Ranch – Elegant 60 acre property surrounded by redwood, oak, bay and fir trees.
Bali Gardens Estate – Soak up the lush surrounds of this Indonesian inspired estate whilst marveling at the most incredible sights in the whole of San Diego.
The Sky Loft- For a super chic outdoor wedding with a difference this rooftop venue gives a definite wow factor.
Get the love: Hold your reception in the legendary Golden Gate Park with the iconic bridge as your backdrop.
From the enchanting canals, waterways and gondolas of Venice to the equally as romantic cities of Florence and Rome, Italy will win your heart and leave you with wedding memories that certainly won’t be forgotten in a hurry.
The countries rich magnificent architecture and historical monuments provide plenty of opportunities for captivating wedding shots, and the rolling hills and picturesque vineyards make for the most idyllic setting imaginable.
Get the love: For a real Italian style wedding tie the knot in Tuscany.
3. Tahiti, French Polynesia
Get the royal treatment and experience life as a Tihitian princess when you choose to wed in the gorgeous unspoilt Polynesian islands.
Start your big day off with a soothing massage then head on down to one of the stunning white beaches and enjoy your ceremony whilst listening to the melodic sounds of the crystal clear lagoon waters.
Go ahead and bask in the warm tropical climate whilst preparing for your honeymoon in one of the best locations in the world – who said life couldn’t be bliss!
Not sure what Tahitian venue to go for? Check out our top picks:
Four Seasons Bora Bora - Spend an evening under the stars whilst celebrating your special day on a private inner lagoon.
Get the love: Spend a night in an overwater bungalow for a true taste of Tahiti.
4. Hawaii, U.S
With so many wondrous islands to choose from including the Big Island, Kauai, Oahu and Maui, coupled with beautiful warm weather, Hawaii is the perfect destination for an outdoor wedding.
Whether you want to venture off the beaten track and marry beside lush waterfalls, or say your vows amidst one of the tiny off shore islands, the choice is all yours!
One thing’s for sure – you certainly won’t need to splash out on expensive decorations as mother nature has it taken care of.
Check out this amazing venue:
Paradise Point at Kailua Bay- The exclusive 5 Star Plantation Estate on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, offers classic beachfront elegance at its finest.
Get the love: Don’t miss the ever changing lava show at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Comprising of more than 7,000 islands, islets, reefs and cays, the Caribbean presents a plethora of outdoor wedding venues for the bride and groom to be.
Make your dream a reality and bring your Caribbean destination wedding to life. From Jamaica and St.Lucia to the Bahamas and Antigua, a Caribbean wedding is truly paradisiacal.
Who wouldn’t want to tie the knot whilst overlooking exquisite turquoise waters and watching the most romantic sunset of all time.
Caribbean outdoor wedding venues we simply can’t get enough of:
Villa Castellamonte – Overlooking azure blue ocean waters the luxurious Villa Castellamonte is perfect for destination weddings.
St John Villa – This one off a kind retreat is a real slice of island paradise.
Sunset Reef Villa Tabago – With panoramic sea views the Sunset Reef Villa in Tabago makes for the ideal al fresco wedding base.
Get the love: Dive deep for an underwater wedding – who said fish couldn’t make great guests!
6. Fijian Islands, Fiji
Often referred to as one of the greatest places in the world to get married, Fiji provides wedding and reception options galore – with over 330 different islands you’d expect as much!
Sparkling waterfalls, glistening golden beaches, or tropical forests, you won’t be disappointed by the pure natural beauty that the Fijian Islands have to offer.
Best of all you can keep your wedding budget to a minimum as the resorts won’t charge you a penny for renting reception halls.
And it doesn’t end there!
Whatever you have been dreaming of, be it fragipani flowers, a beachfront choir, or even a barefoot ceremony, Fiji can cater for your every whim.
Get the love: Treat yourself to a lovo and meke while you can.
7. Cape Town, South Africa
From the minute you set foot in Cape Town you will instantly fall in love with its natural beauty, incredible spirit and creative freedom.
The cities well known landmarks of Cape Point and Table Mountain will leave you reeling in awe, as will the dramatic mountainous backdrop and breathtaking coastline.
Ride the cable car to the summit of Table Mountain and become husband and wife whilst reveling in the 360 degree panoramic views of the city and sea spread out below.
Some of the top Cape Town outdoor wedding venues include;
Le Bac Estate – Set in the tranquil presence of the Drakenstein Mountains the Le Bac Estate oozes romance and charm.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens – World renowned for its beautiful and diverse display of Cape flora, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is a vision of beauty.
Get the love: Take a once in a lifetime carriage ride though the historic areas of Cape Town, complete with a champagne picnic.
8. Bali, Indonesia
For an extraordinary outdoor wedding experience an exotic Balinese ceremony is the way to go.
If the authentic Indonesian culture, food and dancing isn’t enough to get create a buzz with your guests, luxurious landscapes and sparkling lagoons definitely will.
Exchange your vows under a glamorous pavilion located on the sandy shores of Tanjung Benoa beach or opt for one of the lush tropical gardens available in most hotels.
What more could you want than the ease and practicality of holding your wedding and honeymoon together all on the beautiful island of Bali.
Take a look at this incredible outdoor wedding venue:
Infinity Bali Villa - Villa Infinity Bali is the most exclusive and magical villa Bali has to offer ! The service is excellent and around the clock.
Get the love: Take a trip through the remarkable terraced rice paddies.
9. London, UK
Although not known for its glorious weather, London still holds a certain unrivaled charm when it comes to outdoor weddings.
Boasting the proud title of the heart of Europe, London is littered with romantic locations that make for ideal wedding venues.
From impressive stately homes complete with picturesque grounds that are perfect for putting up a marquee, to insanely beautiful gardens lavished with elegant conservatories and private terraces, London is full of gems that will make your outdoor wedding shine like no other.
For a truly spectacular al fresco wedding in London try one of these venues:
The Horniman Museum and Gardens – For a true English fairy tale wedding in the countryside the idyllic award winning gardens and Grade II listed Victorian conservatory can’t be beaten.
Syon House and Garden Room - Favored by Henry VIII’s first wife Catherine of Aragon, the Garden Room of Syon House is home to a beautiful marquee erected within a secret walled garden.
The Pump House Gallery – Situated in 200 acres of stunning parkland, the Pump House Gallery is a unique outdoor setting with amazing views of the lake.
Get the love: Feeling adventurous? Why not exchange vows 135 meters above ground atop the infamous London Eye whilst soaking in the magical city sights.
10. Lake Tahoe, U.S
As the largest freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevadas, Lake Tahoe is the perfect accompaniment to any outdoor wedding in any season!
For outdoor enthusiasts whose heart melts at the glimpse of stunning scenery, the glimmering lake teamed with the immense mountain horizon is natural beauty at its best.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to which outdoor location to settle on.
Marry atop the cliffs surrounded by monumental granite rocks and hundred foot tall pines, in a secluded beachfront alcove or among the woodland with a roaring waterfall in the background.
Get the love: Set sail and declare ‘I do’ on one of the romantic Tahoe cruises.
What’s your Dream Outdoor Wedding Location?
Tell us in the comments below…
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While tying the knot close to home can be nice, there’s a lot to be said for destination weddings. These days, it’s not unusual for family members to be spread across several states, countries or continents. Whatever your reasons for considering a destination wedding may be, the first order of business is selecting an actual destination. From luxury vacation rentals to stunning wedding venues, today’s best destination wedding locations have it all. The following information about popular destination wedding locations is sure to inspire you, so check it out.
Beach Wedding Destinations
What could be more romantic than exchanging “I dos” on the beach? There are many spectacular beach wedding locations to consider. You’ll find unique wedding locations in several parts of the United States including North Carolina, San Diego and Florida. If you’d like to travel a little farther away, there are estate rentals and luxury wedding venues in far-flung locales like Bali, Australia and Spain’s Costa del Sol. From the Caribbean to the Florida Keys, finding a perfect destination for your beach wedding is fun and easy.
Rustic Wedding Destinations
If the sound of crashing surf leaves you cold, you could always set your sights on rustic wedding destinations. Outdoor adventurers love nothing better than tying the knot amid rugged terrain and breathtaking backdrops, and there’s a wide range of fabulous wedding venues available in such places. From Colorado ski country to the wide open expanses of Montana, pinpointing a unique wedding venue in a place that’s bursting with natural beauty is an absolute breeze. Popular estate venues in places as varied as Vermont and Texas make it easy to find the perfect destination for your upcoming nuptials.
Far-Flung Wedding Destinations
It’s not unusual to have a little wanderlust when looking for a great destination wedding venue, and prime estate wedding venues and luxury vacation rentals can be found around the globe. For something especially unique, why not give South Africa a try? Australia is awash in gorgeous destination wedding venues, and there’s something to be said for getting married halfway around the world. In the Caribbean, you can surround yourself with crystal-clear waters and warm, tropical weather. The best part is that you can always return to celebrate anniversaries in the future!
Unique Wedding Destinations
Most people want their big day to be as special as possible, so unique wedding destinations are in high demand. Fortunately, there are luxury vacation rentals, luxury wedding venues, and estate rentals in many exciting places. Unique wedding locations at exciting destinations in Thailand, Australia, North America and many other places are readily available. You just need to decide what you want, consider your options and make the choice that’s right for you.
Destination weddings are more than worth the traveling that is involved, and you can roll your honeymoon right into your wedding getaway. From the Caribbean to Bali, zeroing in on exciting and unique wedding venues around the globe is easier than ever. Start planning your destination wedding today; the big day will be here before you know it!
A city well known for the modern architecture of Gaudí and some of the best seafood on the planet, Barcelona is a must see stop when you visit Spain. Walk along La Rambla and visit the famous Mercat de la Boqueria. Your visit would not be complete without a stay at the beautiful Almiral de la Font.
This beautiful ‘masia’ (Catalan manor house), offers high-tech modern comforts whilst retaining the historic charm and character of the original building. Stay here while you vacation or hold your destination wedding at this lovely property.
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