Jamaica is all about tropical vibes. And if you’re hoping for a wedding destination surrounded by turquoise-hued water, white sandy beaches, and palm trees, Montego Bay is it.
Multiple resorts offer beach wedding options, or you can choose to find a private Airbnb retreat on the beach. Just be sure they allow nuptials!
Italy’s island of Capri is known for its extraordinary cuisine (including Amalfi lemons!) along with picturesque views. Its jaw-dropping coastline and colorful buildings located in the cliffside make for a memorable wedding destination.
Couples can find historic churches or venues with seaside views for the ideal spot to tie the knot.
New Orleans has a nightlife that never sleeps, not to mention delicious food and wonderful music. If a parade down the streets is what you’re hoping for after the ceremony, then don't pass up this stateside locale.
Plus, it’s legal to have a drink in your hand while walking in public, so a signature cocktail can be incorporated into your parade for even more fun.
Couples looking for a Southwest destination that’s not remotely in the desert will love Scottsdale. The city is home to gorgeous architecture, along with with palm trees, cacti, and dramatic mountain views.
There are also plenty of resort options so finding a venue won’t cause any stress.
Newport has plenty to offer couples who want a coastal destination on the east coast without traveling too far. From the magnificent Newport bridge to the plentiful sailboats dotting the water, this is a lovely escape for those searching for a nautical vibe.
When it comes to wine regions, certain places instantly come to mind, including Napa, Burgundy, and Bordeaux. Franschhoek, South Africa is quickly rising to the top of the list.
Known as South Africa’s food and wine capital, the region is brimming with vineyard views surrounded by mountain backdrops for a unique wedding destination.
In Spain’s romantic city of Seville, you’ll discover eye-catching architecture, including grand Andalusian palaces, epic churches, and beautiful haciendas. Plenty of cobblestone streets remain intact, further boasting this city’s old-world charm.