Some of the Best Places to Hold a Wedding


Holding your dream wedding is often dependent on where you host it. Booking a venue in your own town in the first place is an integral part of the planning process, but what if you branched out a little and held it further afield? Churches, registrar’s offices, and scenic views can be found all over the world. Below are a few suggestions for finding the bestest and most beautiful venue for your dream wedding.

Get Hitched In Hawaii

When it comes to considering Hawaii, remember that thousands flock to the picturesque island collection every year to get married. It’s an extremely popular option, and so weddings can get a bit pricey to hold here when accounting for the out of way location and element of tourism involved. However, you won’t regret the experience. Hawaii comprises many islands that all have their own perks when it comes to weddings. The Big Island itself is a dreamlike area, with sea chapels and temperatures always soaring, working out well for having the best summery weddings in Spring. At the North end of the Island is the Kohala Beach, perfect for celebrating with the sun.  

Try Out Las Vegas

It may seem a little silly to tie the knot for real in New Vegas, what with all the drive through white chapels we see on the television, but it’s a wedding hotspot for good reason. Plenty of all inclusive wedding packages can be found when it comes to booking a wedding venue in Sin City, making it both a cheaper and even greater experience. This on top of the conveniency of getting married in Vegas due to the fast process ceremonies and private receptions, perfect for eloping couple or those who don’t want huge audiences. Hiring an Elvis Impersonator as will just make the serenading at your ceremony even better, and it’s a good laugh and photo opportunity!

Nuptials In New Zealand

New Zealand is about as far afield as you can get. One of New Zealand’s talking points is its versatility when it comes to booking a wedding venue. It’s not just remote landscapes that make up the lands of just below down under. Holding a ceremony in Wellington means you’ll have access to Te Papa, the National Museum of New Zealand. On the other hand, away from an urban centre you could head over to Lake Tekapo with the Church of the Good Shepherd. This is such a beautiful location, with an intimate wedding available on the water side with the lake and banks rolling out in front of you. Start your love story in true comfort and style.

Before considering any of these countries for your upcoming nuptials, you might have to go through a marriage license application in order to book a venue legally. However, this is an easy process with an online system and is finalised in person. From there, once you know your venue, you can build everything else for your dream wedding up on top of that.

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