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Unique Wedding Destinations in Europe (1/6)

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Unique wedding destinations

If you’re not totally ready to leave the confines of your comfort just yet, perhaps Europe would be your first stop. This having been said, there’s a lot more to this little continent than quaint cultural quirks and a shed-load of history. Europe packs a lot of geographical variety into its respectively small 3.931 million square miles, and hopefully this shows through the diversity of our examples below.

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Hearing from couples who married abroad

As travel becomes more accessible to the masses we’re seeing a huge influx of weddings heading overseas – after all, why get married in drizzly old England when some of the world’s most exciting wedding destinations are just a few hours flight away? Especially when you do the math – a wedding on domestic soil is likely to cost you an average of four times as much as one overseas, so the real question is why would anyone get married at home? Well, I’ve asked around a little and the results are, well, pretty obvious really.

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Should hemispheres get in the way of your perfect day?

Marrying someone whose loved ones are in a different country? Can’t decide on where to hold the ceremony? Fear not. The world is your wedding day oyster.

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Signs you’re having a modern wedding

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe. You’ve probably heard at least part of this old rhyme. That’s because marriage traditions and superstitions from all around the world have staying power. But despite the ongoing cliches the actual practice of such tradition is fading away as time pushes forward. New traditions are forming and old traditions are being gleefully ignored.

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Types of marriage: Some different wedding ideas

When someone mentions the word wedding what do you think of? A big church or manor more regal than the Queen’s pantyhose, a long flowing wedding gown as white as the groom’s face at the altar, or perhaps just the stag do that will end all stag dos. Perhaps that is a tad presumptuous on our part. Not all weddings are big and white and fluffy. Not all weddings are bookended by unsightly quantities of booze (although you may argue that, as a guest, some of the best are). Some weddings have alternative traditions, steeped in equally prevalent historic value. Others have zero historic value, but they’re fun all the same.

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Thai coup should not deter honeymoon plans or weddings abroad

The Chief of the Royal Thai Army has said that he intends to assure the safety of all foreigners in Thailand following a coup which should not affect most wedding or honeymoon plans to the country.

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