Your guide to multicentre weddings and honeymoons

If you have been looking at getting married abroad you may have realised that it can be difficult or time-consuming due to the different legalities in each country. The answer to your problems is a multicentre wedding and honeymoon!
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Luxury wedding trends for 2019

No matter where you're planning your destination wedding, luxury wedding trends have common themes all around the world. Giant Invitations have put together some of the top luxury wedding trends predicted for 2019...
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The rise of the European destination wedding

The European destination wedding is becoming a more and more popular option for UK couples. With short flight times and a sunny, mild climate, what's not to love? If you've decided on a European destination wedding but aren't sure of the location yet, we've come up with some of our favourite destinations to get you inspired.
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How to Choose your Destination Wedding

When it comes to selecting the perfect destination for your wedding, having the world at your fingertips can become a little overwhelming. Having an abundance of countries with remarkable venues, from luxurious hotels to secluded retreats, can really send your mind into a whirl, so let us help guide you to your ideal destination.
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A beautiful destination wedding on the Amalfi Coast

Is there any wedding destination more romantic than Italy? In particular, the Amalfi Coast is perfect for a luxurious destination wedding, thanks to the region's incredible views, architecture and dolce vita lifestyle. Be inspired by this stunning Amalfi Coast wedding planned by international wedding planner, Matthew Oliver...
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Changing to my married name - before or after my destination wedding?

If you’re planning to change your name after getting married and you’re planning a destination wedding, it’s important to think about the logistics of changing your name. To avoid problems on your return, your flights, visa, credit cards and passport must all be in the same name.It is possible to change the name on your passport three months before your wedding ceremony; however, your passport wil....
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Weddings in India with The Wedding Design Company and Taj Hotels

India has long been known for it's extravagant and breathtaking weddings - so when The Wedding Design Company and the Taj Hotel Group invited us with a group of top wedding planners, we were delighted to accept the invitation.Over 7 days we checked out some of the most popular wedding destinations and venues, met some inspirational bridal and jewellery designers, tried on turbans and saris, shoppe....
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Things to do in Japan

If you've decided to marry or honeymoon in the cultural wonder of Japan, make sure you take time to visit some of the incredible sights that the country has to offer. From towering castles to immaculate gardens, there is so much to experience during your stay. Here are our recommendations on the top things to do in Japan...
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The Best of Bali

Bali is considered to be one of the most peaceful and welcoming islands in Indonesia, proving an attractive destination for surfers, hikers and those seeking an escape from the madness of modern life. Read on to see our selection of the best of Bali.Bali benefits from fairly undisrupted weather, even during its rainy season, rarely suffering from monsoons, making it an ideal choice for your destin....
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The Luxury Wedding Fair: FREE Tickets

This weekend Beyond Weddings are heading to Olympia, London, for The Luxury Wedding Fair; a collection of prestigious and premium wedding suppliers in partnership with The National Wedding Show.Running from the 22nd-24th September, each ticket includes entry to the Fair, a glass of Prosecco, a selection of canapés, plus access to the catwalk and The National Wedding Show, where you can meet all th....
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Marrying in The Maldives

The Maldives truly is an exotic paradise. Lying at the top of an underwater mountain range, it contains 26 atolls, 1,190 coral islands and covers 90,000 square kilometres. It wasn't until the 1990's, when the first water bungalow was built, that the tourism industry took off, finally making wedding celebrations there a possibility. A group from the UN even visited in the 1960's and deemed it wasn'....
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Culture, cuisine and charm - everything you need to know about getting married in Italy

Paris may claim to be the ‘city of love’, but Italy takes the national award. Romeo called up to Juliet as she stood on a balcony in Verona. Images of Venus, the Roman goddess of love, adorn the nation’s galleries. Rich in history, beauty and tradition, Italy embodies all that is romantic, whilst its gorgeous climate and diverse scenery make getting married in Italy a truly magical experience.One....
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