Tucked away in the rolling countryside of Berkshire is The Vineyard, a 5 star Relais and Chateaux Hotel and Spa, opened in the late 1990s. Visitors from far and wide come to experience the elegance and luxury that this exceptional hotel has to offer, including its extensive selection of award-winning wines and of course, The Vineyard Spa – perfect for couples to enjoy a romantic day together after their wedding or brides and their parties to unwind and relax before their big day.The Vineyard Spa prides themselves on their signature treatments exclusively created by them, and can cater for all with their highly trained staff. There are a number of treatments available to choose from.
As the home of Shakespeare, afternoon tea and an iconic royal family, the UK is a wealth of history and sophistication. Following the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in 2011 – a manifestation of international fairytale dreams – it is unsurprising that the nation is only increasing in popularity as a destination for elegant and exclusive celebrations.London, the thriving heart of the nation, will forever attract those looking for opulence and glamour. Hasty decisions, however, risk overlooking the vast array of alternative options. From romantic Highland castles to decadent country palaces, the UK exhibits some of the most beautiful and exclusive venues, and choosing between them is no easy endeavour.
Moroccan weddings are amongst the most enchanting in the world. From snake-charmers to belly-dancers, the opulence of the North African ceremony has become iconic, engendering it with a bewitching attraction for couples seeking a truly exotic destination wedding.or those desiring decadence, it is hard to beat the ceremonies of Morocco. Brides are carried on thrones, heralded by trumpeters. Acrobats perform implausible feats to traditional folk songs. Succulent tagines and fresh mezze platters create sumptuous feasts, making traditional dishes ideal for large wedding banquets.
Mexico is a land of pristine beaches, turquoise oceans, delicious food and fantastic hospitality. The country has a fascinating history and in cultural terms, there are fascinating Mayan ruins to explore such as Chichén Itzá, or the vast number of local festivals that occur throughout the year. With 35 million tourists visiting the country in 2016, Mexico is very much on an upward trajectory at present. Yet don’t believe that you’re dream wedding will be swamped by people, stunning resorts such as Tulum and Cabo San Lucas have retained their local charm while managing the influx of people well. Mexicans are renowned for being very hospitable people and their culture still holds their Hispanic roots very dear whilst allowing itself to be infused with Western influences to create an electrifying hybrid identity.