Have the Destination Wedding That You’ve always dreamed of…
You get married only once. Okay, Twice and in some cases, multiple times. But whether it is your first or second time, it will always remain a special occasion. A memory that will last, forever. And there are couples who want to say ‘I do’ in a way that not just them but everyone who attends their wedding, remembers it, forever. A Destination wedding is something that a lot of us dreamed of when we watched the movie Yeh Jawaani Hai Diwani. So are you one of those dreamers, then we have a list of destination wedding location that will make your special day, extra special.
White-sand beaches, vineyards and picturesque mountain tops, the BookMyForex’s Destination Wedding List for 2017 is here. Read first and then go get hitched:
Destination Wedding List-2017- The Top 10
—Be in the Bahamas for at least 24 hours before your marriage ceremony.
—For your marriage to be legal you must be married before the sun sets
Where to get married: Pink Sands Resort – Harbour Island, Hopetown Harbour Lodge – Elbow Cay, Abaco, The One and Only Ocean Club, Paradise Island, New Providence, Pineapple Fields, Eleuthera.
Why The Bahamas: Think the Bahamas, think beaches, private islands. The Bahamas was voted World’s Leading Wedding Destination 2015. You have on offer more than 700 islands filled with exquisite locations where you can declare your love for one another. If you prefer a more private wedding, you can rent your own island or host hundreds of your favorite people at a mega-resort. Nassau and Paradise Island are most visited activity-packed destinations, while as Harbor Island and the Exumas are more laid-back.
—When you marry in Vegas, the marriage license is valid only in the state of Nevada, USA
Where: Bellagio Hotel, Grand Canyon, Graceland Wedding Chapel, High Roller at the LINQ Promenade
When: Sept-Oct. Avoid Valentines and New Years Eve as everything is booked in Vegas
Why: Yes, Vegas. You think of Vegas and you think of quickie weddings like Ross and Rachel did in Friends. Yes, it may be (in)famous for quickie weddings but you can throw a wedding bash for your family and friends. Stay at the Wynn Las Vegas, where you can get married on a terrace overlooking a waterfall. If you want to be away from the casinos and the chaotic party scene, head to the mellower Four Seasons Hotel. The hotel also specializes in same-sex weddings.
—Very hot and humid between 1-4pm
Where: Sandals Grande Antigua, Hermitage Bay, St. James’s Clubs and Vilas, Sugar Ridge.
Why: A whopping 365 beautiful beaches make this an ideal destination wedding location. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Antigua was home to a huge British naval base, and its harbor is still a popular yachting destination for the international jet set. If you want to host your nuptials at a high-end all-inclusive resort, look no further-many of the world’s swankiest are here.
Where: The Whiteface Lodge, Hyatt Regency Buffalo, Montauk Yacht Club Resort, Vila Roma Resort.
Why: Think New York and you think the city’s hustle and bustle and you wonder New York for your wedding? But places like The Oheka Castle and the Castle Hotel & Spa are both spectacular options to host your wedding. You don’t even need to go that far. Located just outside Manhattan are these two turn-of-the-century castles that will surely give you a fairy-tale moment. You’ll still feel far, far away by doing a “mini-destination wedding”
Where: Makua Beach, Ko Olina, Oahu, Olowalu Plantation, The Royal Hawaiian Pink Palace
Why: Not just a famous tourist attraction but with places like Oahu, Maui, and Kauai, all popular spots for destination weddings-it helps that guests can snorkel and hike in their downtime. You can’t go wrong with any of the islands. The Four Seasons has three wedding-worthy properties, one of which is on Maui. If you want beachfront views for your ceremony without getting sand in your skirt, stay at the Halekulani, which has a ceremony spot on a lush lawn overlooking the water.
Where: Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita, Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa, Rivera May, Cancun, Tulum
Why: Don’t lend an ear to what Trump says, not only is Mexico relatively easy to get to in the grand scheme of destination weddings, it also has reliably good weather outside of hurricane season. Los Cabos and Cozumel-both known for their beautiful beaches are popular choices for weddings. But the most desired location in Mexico is Riviera Maya. Stay in a private villa at the Viceroy and host your reception right on the beach, by the pool, or in one of three restaurants. The Grand Velas Riviera Maya, offers eight different wedding venues, including a chapel in the Mayan jungle that fits up to 143 people.
Where: Chateau La tour Vaucros, Chateau Lagorce, Domaine Gayda, Chateau De Cherrone, Domaine Du Beyssac
Why: Paris is a romantic city, we know that. It is a cliche now. But there’s also Vaux-le-Vicomte, a sprawling 17th-century estate an hour outside the city-and in high demand for couples who want their own castle-inspired occasion. While the landmark doesn’t offer lodging, the chateau has customizable options including fireworks, horse carriage rides, musicians (in period costume, no less), and a helicopter pad.
Where: Beaches Ocho Rios, Iberostar Rose Hall Suites. Sandals Ochi Beach Resort, Secret St James Montego Bay, Negril
When: November to Mid-December
Why: Jamaica is not just reggae and Bob Marley but one of the most popular Caribbean wedding destination. It has been a hot spot for couples for decades. The Half Moon, Rose Hall Resort in Montego Bay offers five outdoor ceremony locations. And the same number of wedding packages for easy planning.
Where: Udaipur, Jaipur, Kerala, Andaman & Nicobar, Goa, Neemrana Fort, Kashmir, Agra
Why: Remember the movie “Yeh Jawani Hai Diwani“? Yes, the wedding scenes were shot here in Oberoi Udaivilas, in India’s northwestern Rajasthan state. It sits on 50 acres of lakeside property, with lavish domes in gold leaf and white marble across the property. Wedding parties here are in store for an unforgettable reception. The once-in-a-lifetime trip; the views and incredible setting will make your guests and you, remember this forever.
Where: Verona and Venice, Agrigento (Sicily), Udine, Naples, Turin, Tuscany, Perugia
When: April-October (Avoid August)
Why: Do you know that couples are throwing destination weddings in Europe at twice the rate they were just a few years ago, and Italy is topping their lists? Invite guests and host your wedding in the scenic but easier-to-get-to places. Your options are the likes Venice, Portofino, or in the Tuscan countryside near Florence. Should you decide to pull a George Clooney and marry in Venice, book theSan Clemente Palace, a St. Regis property on its own little island that’s safely guarded against tourist crowds
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