When it comes to weddings, the joyful moments never end from selecting your wedding dress to the exotic honeymoon destinations, but the one place that holds all the excitement is the venues.
Let’s travel to the world’s most exotic places to tie the knot.
1- Vail Mountain, Vail, Colorado
Looking for a bit of chilling adventure? The Vail Mountain is an excellent choice that filled with actives all summer long. Get some AR-15’s and you can have a game.
Opened in 1962, Vail Ski Resort is the third-largest single mountain ski resort in the United States, and it can be a magical wedding destination.
The mountain has three primary areas, the front-side, Blue sky basin, and the back bowls. If you are planning for a Bavarian wedding theme, the Vail village is an excellent choice.
2- Ladera, SoufriÈre, St. Lucia
This signature open-air suites are one of the most prestigious venues overlooking the Word Heritage Piton Mountain. Ladera Resort has outdoor suites designed with natural stonework making it the perfect cut for a magical wedding.
If you are searching for that Caribbean gateway to say your vows, head over there and enjoy the spectacular view.
3- Alila Ubud Resort, Payangan, Bali
Alila provides a mix of traditions and magics in one place, a luxurious hillside retreat that stationed beside the magical Ayung River in Bali. A perfect destination for those who love nature and away from the busy city life.
On top of its beautiful location, the venue also offers activities like tai chi sessions, yoga sessions, walking and cycling around the area and that makes this venue a perfect combination of venue and a honeymoon destination.
4- Lake Placid Lodge, Lake Placid, New York
The magical shores of lake placid is a perfect combination for a wedding at the Lodge. The retreat is an ancient beauty of the Adirondacks. What standout about this venue is the services they offer, from the smallest details to the biggest with rooms spill over with music, dancing, flowers, and firelight.
If you lucky enough to host your wedding there, you will be dazzled with the Farm-to-Table venues from their best culinary artists. Add to it the spectacular themes from the bridal party arriving on ice skates or departing by horse-drawn sleigh. At this venue, nothings seem impossible to invasion.
5- The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, India
The Award-winning Oberoi Udaivilas is a luxury distinction with spectacular views on the bank of Lake Pichola. If you are planning a royal wedding, that’s the place to go.
Just like any high-end venues, the staff pays attention to the smallest details, from catering, decoration, DJ to all variates of fancy Alcohols for the thirsty guests.
The venue provides its guests with 83 Rooms that can accompany any guest list from the 50 guests to 1000. Chandra Mahal 1 and 2 are perfect for small groups of 25 and floating 50 each. But the outdoor front line has seating of 400 and swimming 800 capacity and that ideal for the large crowd.
6- UNICO 20°87° Hotel Riviera Maya, Riviera Maya, Mexico
Nothing fancier than having a one-of-a-kind wedding at the UNICO 20°87° filled with personalized details and touches that inspired from the Mexican heritage and culture.
The venue founded by Marylen Exposito, one of South Florida’s most creative and personable wedding planners since founding the company in 2001.
They have three packages that fit every budget, The Riviera Maya
Experience, The One-of-a-Kind Experience, The 20°87° Experience.
7- The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney, Australia
We kept the best for the last, the magical Royal Botanic Garden, the most acclaimed venue in Sydney with its vast twelve locations/rooms and its breathtaking views over Sydney harbour and its skyline. It also features green Lawn with views of the Sydney opera house. If Sydney is your destination, don’t forget to book a good wedding photographer to capture your magical moments.
*Images in this post provided by PerfectMoment Photography
Guest Author Bio: Wedding photography expert Jeffrey Wang has his own wedding photography studio in Sydney Perfect Moment Photography. He helped hundreds of couples to capture their love stories and the raw emotions and spirit behinds the weddings. In his free time, he writes about love stories, venues and photography tips for known wedding blogs around the globe.