Are you looking to jump straight into your honeymoon post-wedding? This might be the place for you. Known for its lush greenery and diverse wildlife, Nuwara Eliya will surely appeal to adventure junkies.
Imagine passing through the vast tea plantations in a train or taking a hike to see the Buddha statues, sounds like a refreshing take to the boring ol’ weddings.
Moreover, the Heritance Tea Factory has great wedding packages. Tea estates, rolling green hills, waterfalls and colonial period mansions offer a grand experience for those who are looking to experiment.
Famous for its food and wine, Tuscany is a heritage site which has over a thousand historical sites to choose from. Away from the hustle and bustle of the touristy Rome or Venice, this place is relatively cheap and quiet.
Many wine estates decorate the landscapes of Tuscany which adds to the charm and romance of the place. To avoid the heat and humidity, an ideal time for the wedding is May or October.
If you’re a mountain person, Iceland is the place to be. Adding to that are the glaciers and volcanoes, which will make one tick multiple items off their bucket lists.
Most destination weddings are held in tropical destinations, but this need not be the rule. Viewing the Aurora Borealis in the winters is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
And you can even get wedding photographs clicked at the scenic Black Sand Beach or the Blue Lagoon of Grindavik.
Hawaii is a popular spot for destination weddings, but most people stick to the white beaches and all-inclusive resorts. However, the Haiku Mill, a 19th century sugar mill located on the island of Maui is heaven on Earth.
It is a secluded location best for intimate and low-key weddings. The roofless mill is donned with vines and leaves, making the property a lush and vibrant backdrop. Decorated with fairy lights, you will get enchanting wedding photographs without travelling too far.
This modern inn is located in Newfoundland & Labrador. The foundation is laid on the rocky shore, allowing every guest to get an oceanic view from their rooms.
Additionally, the urban architecture stands in contrast to the rural fishing village surroundings. They have many luxury amenities like a library, art gallery, cinema and sauna, which will keep the guests entertained.
The wedding package offers a rooftop terrace on the fourth floor of the Inn for an evening full of stargazing and gentle ocean breezes.