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 the designers and creative individuals behind some of the best in the business. The Luxury Wedding Fair have also teamed up with Urban Retreat at Harrods to give a VIP experience, providing consultations and Urban Retreat goody bags to visitors.
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.
Located in the sunny mediterranean, Italy is an enormously popular location for destination weddings, and it’s easy to see why. Blessed with gorgeous coastline and littered with luxury hotels, couples looking for a close by wedding destination are spoilt with venue options. One of the most popular regions for destination weddings in Italy is The Amalfi Coast, with it’s breathtaking views and booming hotel industry.If you’re looking for a luxury destination wedding on The Amalfi Coast, look no further than Palazzo Avino. Voted The Best Honeymoon Location in Europe in 2015, their stunning mountainside setting will be the talk of your guests for years to come. Despite being located just five minutes from the centre of Ravello, you feel totally removed from the hustle and bustle as you enjoy the breathtaking views of the bay below.