Gone are the days when people wanted to get married in the hustle and bustle and tussle of a busy city. Weddings nowadays are more than just exchanging matrimonial vows. It’s about themes, dress codes, food, and most importantly, stunning locations!
From an underwater wedding, to a wedding in the skies; the ideas are unending…
1) Goa is just another place to where people from all over flock, to get married. White orchids, with the waves that hit the shore would seem idyllic for a Goan beach side wedding. Something more serene? There’s always that traditional wedding you had dreamed off, the one in which you said ‘I do’ in a big, old church.
2) Or there’s Alleppey in Kerela, which is known for its back waters weddings that happen on the house boat. A peaceful wedding, at least, if not the marriage!
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3) Surrounded by greenery and the cold fresh breeze playing its part, this could be an ideal venue if you’re sick of the summer heat and the beaches. The Aamby Valley in Lonavala, is a combination of luxury, leisure and serenity. This hillstation is known to be a common wedding destination for the Mumbaikars.
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4) Rajasthan is a state rich in cultural heritage. The palaces of Jaipur, Udaipur and Jodhpur are one of the finest destinations for many who want a traditional Indian weddings.
5) Raj Palace, a former palace, which is now a hotel, is where you want to get married, if it’s a Maharaja Style wedding that you’re looking forward to! Filled with all the grandeur our world can offer, with the best interiors and the right combination of lighting and decor, many guests have called this palace a “jewel box”.
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6) Jag Mandir, also called Jagat Mandir in honour of the last Maharaja, is built on one of the natural islands of Lake Pichola (Udaipur). The 17th century architectural wonder was used as the summer palace by the Maharaja and is one of the hippest wedding locations. Exchanging vows while your guests are being pampered, when the sun is kissing the horizon goodbye would not just make your wedding memorable, but also relaxed and serence. The state also houses City Palace where many weddings happen.
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7) We’ve all been bought up with how the Taj Mahal is the greatest symbol of love built by Shahjahan for his wife. A wedding in front of this white glistening marble marvel is not just a dream anymore. Hotels around it make sure that the venue of the wedding has a direct view of the Taj. Weddings at the bank of the river are common, too.
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