Exquisite Places Couples Can Choose to Have the Wedding of Their Dreams

To make that happen, many dream about traveling overseas to get hitched someplace unique and unconventional. Even though it might be a little stressful to organize a wedding on a beach in Greece or on the top of a mountain in the UK, we assure you that it will all be worth the effort. At the end of the day, it’s the most important day of your life. It’s up to you to make it count.



Hawaii is a dreamlike travel destination for every beach lover. It is a surfer’s paradise, and also a heaven for those that want to get married. Hawaii has the most beautiful sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. The scenery is sublime, and some of the best venues for a wedding are located right on the coastline. The lush greenery and majestic backdrop complement the scenery, and thus futures brides and grooms will enjoy a ceremony they’ll cherish for a lifetime. There’s a wealth of luxurious resorts you can choose from for the wedding. Waipouli Beach Resort is one of the most exquisite. It is sublime and it features amenities that will guarantee an unforgettable travel experience for both newlyweds and their guests.




Jamaica is yet another preferred destination for an unforgettable wedding ceremony. The Caribbean Island, in particular, offers brides and grooms a unique opportunity to exchange vows surrounded by all-natural greenery and sheer bliss. The mix of coastline and mountain tops is divine; the island is exotic, warm, and filled with paradisiac landscapes that will take your breath away. Some of the beaches are completely secluded, and the discreet resorts can be the perfect location for an intimate ceremony. In Antigua, Jumby Bay is one of the best resorts to get hitched. Located on a private island, this elegant and exotic resort centers on fostering complete seclusion from the outside world.


Paris, France

Some may think Paris is overrated for a wedding destination. Nonetheless, it is one of the world’s most romantic cities. The famous architecture, exquisite cuisine and exceptional venues will definitely appeal to all your guests. Also known as “The City of Lights”, Paris exudes romance inside out. Getting hitched here is like a dream come true, and many couples dream of exchanging vows somewhere from where they can admire the Eifel Tower or the city from up top. There are beautiful cottages in Paris that you can choose for the venue. Most of them convey an old-fashioned vibe, yet you can update the décor how you see fit to really have the wedding you’ve always dreamed of.

Boracay, Philippines

Traveling to the Philippines for your wedding is a unique opportunity for brides and grooms to do things differently. Boracay, for example, is an ideal destination. It is affordable, exotic, and intimate. There are hundreds of islands you can choose from for the venue. Some of them are completely isolated, which means your wedding will be perfect. The weather conditions are perfect throughout the year, although you might want to avoid the rainy season. A really nice resort is Baling Hai. It has a private beach where you can hold the ceremony and the views of the ocean and pleasant breeze will guarantee a perfect ceremony.

Trondheim, Norway

Head to Norway for a completely different wedding, and choose Trondheim. In the summer, travelers will enjoy 24 hours of sun. The natural phenomenon is called The Midnight Sun, and it is a unique chance to have natural light all night long. Just imagine your guests having fun and dancing at 2 am in the morning with the sun still on the sky. That’s not something you see every day.


Believe it or not, getting married someplace overseas and exchanging vows in a completely different setting is not as expensive as you think. If you plan smart and consider stately homes to rent ahead of time for your guests, you should be good to go. Decide on a venue that fits your personality, and transform your big day into the most memorable event. 

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