The Most Unique And Exotic Places To Get Married

Not everyone wants to say ‘I do’ in a traditional and often overdone setting such as Niagara Falls or a fancy country club.

Choosing a venue both unique and just a little wacky will not only make your wedding a lot of fun, but unforgettable.

Five of the most unusual location to get married are outlined below.

The Haunted Tutbury Castle

One of the most haunted destinations in the United Kingdom is the Tutbury Castle. The castle has been standing since 1071, when the Normans first began building.

If you want an adrenaline fueled wedding, get married during a midnight ceremony on the castle grounds or in the sensational great hall. You can dazzle 36 guests in the Great Hall for the wedding banquet of a lifetime.

Top chefs will prepare your feast and every detail will be planned by an amazing house staff. You can be married in Georgian costumes or a suit of medieval armor. The castle is romantic, the views are phenomenal and you can bring your fantasies to life.

Ghosts are said to walk the halls of this medieval castle. If you are looking for unique, you will find it here.  

Trang, Thailand

Getting married beneath the sea may sound like science fiction, but it is possible in Trang, Thailand. Every year on Valentine’s Day, couples take a speedboat to Ko Kradan Island.

The speedboats form a charming procession with dancers and musicians right on board. Respected elders perform this sensational blessing ceremony. A conch is filled with water and poured over the hands of the happy couples. If you are a qualified diver, you will be taken offshore for the completion of your underwater ceremony.

If not, you can enjoy watching the fun from the beach. You can even wear a tuxedo or a wedding gown along with your scuba gear. Your special ceremony will be witnessed and approved by a member of the district office.

You will be an important part of the parade through Trang and the exhilarating celebration on the beach.

Death Valley

From October through March, you can get married in famous Death Valley, Nevada. This is an extraordinary destination in the united States just a couple hours from Las Vegas.

Imagine saying your vows under a sky filled with stars in an open desert space. You can stay at a gorgeous historic inn with your family and friends, enjoy the valley from a roof-top terrace and luxuriate in a sparkling pool.

You can travel to Las Vegas to combine the beauty of the stark landscape with the excitement of the city. Try your luck on the slot machines or the crap tables, enjoy decadent buffets and stay in one of the famous themed hotels.

Your wedding will be stylish and unforgettable with just the right touch of creepiness.

The Ice Hotel

The Ice Hotel is located in Lapland, Sweden. The landscape is covered in snow, the area is beautiful and tranquil, the hotel is constructed from ice and snow and the alter in the chapel is shimmering, clear ice.

This location is the perfect white wedding come to life. You can choose from several different ceremonies and venues including the Majestic Main Hall, the Ice Ceremony Hall, the rustic, 1600’s Jukkasjärvi village church or have a lush ceremony right in the wild.

The backdrop of forests, mountains and rivers is absolutely breathtaking. The magic includes your names engraved on blocks of ice, delicious food and sparkling champagne.

Celebrate your first night as husband and wife on warm reminder skins covering a bed made of crystal clear ice. Every suite is a work of art filled with ephemeral creativity.

Ayers Rock

Travel to Ayers Rock in the Aussie outback for an amazing and unique wedding. Ayers Rock or Uluru is a magical wonder of nature.

The rocky red outcrop seems to mystically rise from the sands of the desert. You will be surrounded by unforgettable sights and incredible wildlife. The sunsets are so breathtaking, they have become the ideal backdrop for couples looking for a little bit of adventure on their wedding day.

Your ceremony will have a rustic beauty perfect for beginning your new life together. Close your eyes and picture reciting your vows on a private dune with the Ayers Rock in the background.

As the sun sets, the rock shimmers with sensational scarlet and red. Ayers Rock is one of the most remote wilderness destinations anywhere in the world. Your ceremony will be a combination of natural wonder and love.

Wrapping Up

Well, there sure are some pretty incredible places in the world to get married. That’s for sure.

Whether you do choose to get married in any of the above exotic locations, or you simply choose a slightly more ‘ordinary’ location to celebrate your speical day, you’ll want to make sure that every moment of your day is captured for you!

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