White weddings remain a strong tradition but couples planning an overseas ceremony or honeymoon can go green in the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba.
The traditional romantic beach honeymoon is becoming a thing of the past, with newlyweds now seeking a mix of relaxation – and adrenaline-fuelled activities, it has emerged.
Couples looking to tie the knot in North Somerset are being invited to visit one of the region’s top venues for a special wedding open day, and those who sign on the dotted line will be treated to a thank you present of their choice.
Planning a wedding can be an exciting but daunting prospect. There is so much to consider and so many decisions to make to create the perfect wedding day.
With stunning beach frontage along Nusa Dua's Bay, The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas - Nusa Dua, Bali evokes a relaxed yet polished sensibility.
With the cost of getting married in the UK now around £20,000 compared to an average of £7,000 for overseas weddings, it is no wonder that 1 in 5 Brits will choose to get married abroad.
Jetline Cruise has noted a spark in wedding bookings after the announcement that Angelina and Brad Pitt are potentially looking at a cruise for their own.
While the summer may have only just arrived, wedding season has been in full flow since May, which could be bad news for parent's pockets.
Fleewinter has introduced wedding packages to its rapidly growing portfolio of holidays to Sri Lanka. There are three different places in which to say ‘I do’ – with options of beach or tea plantations – and a wide choice of type of service: Christian, Muslim, Hindu, non-religious registrar or a traditional and colourful Buddhist ceremony.
The lure of warm weather and cheaper prices is prompting an increasing number of British couples to get married abroad, according to new research from LV= travel insurance.
From birthday parties and memorable anniversaries to honeymoons and celebrations, the Algarve is the perfect location to enjoy life’s magical moments in all their splendour.
According to Ranch Rider a growing number of elopers are booking destination weddings just for two. While cost is one of the major reasons for downsizing the big day the tour operator claims there are other factors behind the trend.
Around 1,000 marriages take place in Gibraltar each year, over 80% of them between non-residents.
The popularity of foreign stag and hen parties is set to boom this year as brides and grooms-to-be jet abroad to celebrate their impending nuptials, according to research from Confused.com.
Queenstown’s wow factor as a world-class year-round wedding destination will be showcased with flair next month at the inaugural Southern Lakes Wedding Show (11 May).
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