Exotic Wedding Destinations That Will Make You Go WOW!

Say ‘I do’ in stylish way you have ever imagined. Haven’t you ever fantasized about your wedding on a sea-side or at the royal resort? Destination Weddings are a trend that is really catching these days. Many foreigners are planning their destination weddings in India. But nowadays Indians also prefer destination weddings for more fun.

Planning for a perfect wedding destination can be a hectic thing. There are many places in India which you can consider your wedding destination.

Here are our top picks to help you for planning the most special event of your life.

  1. Goa

For a relaxed beach side wedding, Goa is surely a great choice. It’s a place of serene beauty and the idea of tying knot there becomes even more romantic. There are many options to choose at Goa. If you are a beach lover opt for a beach wedding or else a garden wedding, or even a sunset wedding. For a beach wedding you need a permit so better is to hire a wedding planner to avoid any kind of stress. Alternatively, you can use the wedding planning services offered by many luxury hotels to provide all the arrangements. You can book according to your requirements in advance as Goa is one of the popular destination wedding spots in India. The Leela, The Taj Exotica, and Turiya Villa and Spa are some popular wedding venues in Goa.

  1. Rajasthan

Want the feel of royalty in your wedding? Rajasthan is the perfect place to opt for wedding with many choices of royal palaces and grand havelis. Rajasthan has many places where you can plan your destination wedding. First, Udaipur – city of lakes and palaces is a romantic destination.  The most sought out venues are City Palace and Jag Mandir. If you are not fond of exotic beaches and trees, Udaipur is the place where you can get hitched. Second, Jaipur – called the pink city is a choice of many to plan their wedding. Jaipur can provide you a royal backdrop for your wedding. It has venues like:  Rambagh Palace, Jal Mahal Palace, Samodh Palace, Raj Mahal Palace, and many more! Third, Jodhpur – The blue city is also a choice a top choice to consider. If lushness is what you are dreaming to include, you can choose Mehrangarh Fort or Umaid Bhavan Palace. Ranbanka Palace and Ajit Bhavan are the venues you can consider if your budget is modest. Rajasthan is a beautiful place to tie the knot with full regality.

  1. Kerela

For a picturesque wedding, Kerela is the best pick. Like Goa, Kerala is also an exotic destination for the beach weddings. You have options to choose from emerald backwaters, a resort, temples, or the beach. The Leela in Kovalam is the best place if you are planning beach weddings. The Zuri Kumarakom resort near Allepey is the fittest choice if you are planning for resort wedding. If you want something different then go for elephant themed weddings, where the couples will be taken on elephant back. The ethical temples at Kerela provide the sanctity that is required for a calm life. A traditional Malayalee wedding ceremony can be another option to choose at Kerela. In this wedding, food is served on a plantain leaf and a local troupe performs a classical dance.

  1. Andamans

A perfect place for romantic weddings. You can also opt for a resort wedding or an adventure wedding on a speedboat. The Havelock Islands are a popular wedding venue in the Andamans. Barefoot at Havelock is the resort that can help you plan your wedding with all the wedding arragements.

  1. Agra

Agra is a home to the iconic Taj Mahal.  And tying the knot with the backdrop of Taj Mahal will be an excellent idea. Radisson and The Jaypee offer special wedding packages that will help you plan your dream wedding and make memories to last a lifetime.

Keep these things in mind before you plan your destination weddings. Book everything in advance. Plan according to the number of guests who are attending your wedding. Also, hire the right wedding planner for the event.

Good luck!

#HappyWedding

#TeamWedlockPlanner

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