We recently had the pleasure of visiting the breathtaking East coast of Australia. Here’s everything you need to know about getting married there, the best time of year for a wedding, the legalities and what the regions offer. What time of year should I get married? December to February are the perfect months to experience the …
After much anticipation, the World witnessed the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday 19th May. Eager followers watched as streams of A-list stars and royalty filed into St George’s Chapel, embraced the arrival of Ms. Markle for the beautiful wedding ceremony, and celebrated as the newlyweds travelled the streets of Windsor by carriage. So much of the day was full of splendid wonder, so let’s take a look at some of the best bits and how you can recreate them for your own wedding day.
Isn’t it incredible the sheer number of wedding traditions that can be found around the world? We take a look at just a few of the cultural traditions that each country adopts when celebrating a wedding.
If you’ve decided to head to Dubrovnik for your wedding, you couldn’t have picked a more picturesque location. The range of backdrops, from the architectural city walls to the wide expanse of ocean, provide the perfect setting for a wedding to remember.Dubrovnik is the number 1 tourist destination in Croatia, climbing in popularity since Game of Thrones began its filming there. The old town is small and peaceful, particularly outside of prime tourist season (May-June, September-October), though you’ll find May to October offer the warmest climates. Dubrovnik has a number of beautiful ornate churches dotted between its medieval walls, and you’ll find that 95% of the wedding venues have incredible views of the Adriatic Sea, which they make the most of with their dining experiences and photo opportunities.
From the luxury of London’s Mayfair to the astounding views across Hyde Park, Park Lane has everything the modern and traditional couple could dream of for their fairytale wedding. Running from Hyde Park Corner to the infamous Marble Arch, wedding venues along this iconic road are perfect for couples looking for a classy city wedding fit for royalty.
Once you’ve decided on your perfect wedding venue, it’s time to consider the details, and the floral arrangements are one of our favourite parts. Do you choose simple centrepieces or should you adorn your aisle with delicate beauty? Take a look below at some of the most luxurious displays that we can’t get enough of.
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’t worth it because there were no banks, airports, or electricity. Little did they know that what the public really wanted was an escape from all that.
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.