For many people, the world is their oyster when it comes to planning their wedding day as they seek out the most exciting and memorable venues and locations the planet has to offer.
You really have to think about what kind of person you are and what kind of wedding you want from weather conditions to transportation. If you think about it there are lots of ways to get to your wedding venue from a horse and carriage to a car or even a Hen Party Bus Cheltenham way sourced at links such as cocktail-tours.co.uk. Here are few locations we think you might like to try.
Couples can float towards the clouds as they say “I do” at the International Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque in New Mexico. Some of the balloon baskets can hold as many as 12 passengers, meaning that a few friends or family members can join the happy couple.
The Artist’s Bridge across the Sunday River in Newry, Maine, which was built in 1872, is considered a holy spot, and its brook and green forest location make it the ideal place for wedding snaps.
The choice of wedding venues is vast these days, from modern hotels to fabric structures. There are also plenty of venues created by Mother Nature, such as the Missouri’s Bridal Cave, situated in the Ozarks. More than 2,500 couples have tied the knot in the cave since the first wedding was held at the start of the 1800s.
An Icy Option
Couples can hold their wedding on a glacier when they choose to have the Pearson’s Pond Juneau Inn help them arrange their ceremony in Alaska. This is probably not the occasion for a strapless wedding dress, however, and forget dainty wedding shoes – everyone must wear chunky crampons on the glacier.
How about getting married next to an active volcano? Brides and grooms can pledge to spend their lives together at the Volcanoes National Park in Hawaii, where plumes of lava from Kilauea Caldera can be seen flaring up into the sky. More information about the Volcanoes National Park can be found at https://www.nps.gov/havo/index.htm.
An Ancient Venue
Belize boasts over 600 different ancient Mayan sites which welcome weddings. One of the most romantic and enchanting locations is Cahal Pech, despite its not having the most charming of names (it translates as Place of the Ticks). A Mayan shaman can be asked to perform the ceremony on the site of a temple which dates back 3,000 years.
Ahoy Me Hearties
A pirate can swing from a mast and deliver the rings if couples choose to marry on a pirate ship located at the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Talk about a fairy-tale occasion!