Best Wedding Travel Ideas
The wedding is what (hopefully) happens once in a lifetime and everyone wants to make the perfect celebration that will be remembered for the rest of the life. There are many ways to throw a wedding party but we are sure that there is nothing better than a wedding trip abroad. At least it is a polite way not to invite your ex-bestfriend or an aunty that you have never seen. Budget permitting, you can take all your friends and family with you or make a nice small ceremony for the closest ones or just for the two of you. Here we’ve got 5 wedding-spot ideas starting from the quite seashores and ending with the loudest parties in Vegas.
Thailand is the perfect choice for the couples that want to go to the exotic country but don’t want to spend a fortune on Maldives or Seychelles. Prices here are reasonable but the views and traditions are still amazing. If you choose islands like Koh Tao or Koh Samui, you can make your wedding vows standing right in the sea and make the wedding photo session on a beautiful white beach. Or you can choose Bangkok and immerse into the bright and exotic Asian city with its spicy food, loud streets and nice views. Don’t forget to check the rain season schedule before choosing the date because you absolutely don’t want to be caught by the tropic rain in your nice wedding outfits.
All the girls dream of the wedding in the real castle. And if you can’t take her to the Cinderella fairytale, take her to the Czech Republik, where fairytales live on each and every street. This is where you can feel like prince and princess. Wear classy clothes, rent a carriage and a pair of white horses and organize the wedding ceremony in one of the many medieval castles. Then take a walk along the narrow cobblestone streets of Prague and drink some wine in a small private wine cellar. You can either stay here for your honeymoon or rent a car and make a trip to the neighbouring countries of Poland, Austria or Germany. Eurotrip is always a good idea!
Here goes the very reverse of the previous spot. Forget about that show off ceremonies and just do whatever you want. You can ride a bike in a wedding dress, get married in t-shirts or swimsuits and the whole wedding ceremony will take you like 15 minutes at most. And when you are done with the official part — run to the nearest casino and try your luck on the roulette or slot machines. Either you win or lose everything playing blackjack, it will be the greatest wedding ever. Las Vegas is a great idea for online casino fans or just the couples who want to have fun. And make sure your partner knows this is not the case when “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas”.
Montenegro is usually not in the Top-5 wedding destinations absolutely for no reason. Some spots in this country look much more romantic than mainstream Paris or Rome, there are not so many people and you can easily combine your wedding with the honeymoon since Montenegro beaches are absolutely awesome. You can choose between the old city of Kotor, crowded seafront of Budva or the luxurious hotel on the fabulous Sveti Stefan island. These are the perfect places for the summer wedding when the sea is still and warm and you can combine your white beach dress or suit with a hint of Montenegro tan.
Bali island is a daydream of many couples who want to get married in an exotic place. And, unlike many other tropical islands, Bali is not only about the beaches. Actually, it is not about the beaches at all. Bali is the pace where you can exchange your vows in the old temple on the cliff and immediately take your surfing boards and catch the wave. Or you can make a ceremony in the green rice terrace and spend your honeymoon in the remote part of Ubud district eating organic food and spending hours in SPA.
Whatever place you choose, there are two types of wedding ceremonies. You can make the official one which will demand some documents from your country and will be a little bit harder to organize. Or you can officially get married in your home country and then have a symbolic wedding ceremony anywhere in the world. Just don’t forget your passports, sunscreen and some luck if you are going to Vegas!
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