Italy is at the epicenter of some of the world's greatest art, cuisine, and history. The Italian lifestyle, "la dolce vita" lures couples from all over the world to wed. Italy's diversity ranging from the snowy Alps to warm Southern Italy gives you endless possibilities for the perfect destination wedding.
Croatia is a small European country on the Adriatic Sea. A popular wedding destination rich in history, with a dramatic coastline of 1244 islands, including the heart-shaped lover’s island, Galešnjak.
The words romance and France are almost synonymous. After all, faded black and white postcards of cobbled Parisian streets and Art Deco posters of the French Riviera’s sparkling seas have been attracting lovers to France for centuries. Who can blame them? With an array of stunning backdrops to choose from, France is the perfect country for your dream wedding.
Home to rolling green hills and vibrant meadows, the Emerald Isle is an idyllic wedding destination. From enchanting castles and rugged coastlines to cozy pubs, lively traditional music, and ancient folklore, Ireland has all the romance and magic needed for the perfect ceremony. It is famously known as “Ireland of the Welcomes” because of the friendly hospitality and relaxed atmosphere visitors encounter on their travels. If you’re planning a lavish fairy-tale wedding or a charming, intimate ceremony, then this could be the ultimate wedding destination for you.
Malta is an independent island state in the Mediterranean Sea, or if you like, it’s at the bottom of Italy. It lies 93 kilometers south of Italy and 300 kilometers north of Africa. Malta consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino.
Portugal is not to be outdone by neighboring Spain. If you are after ornate architecture, Fado music, gorgeous hilltop vistas, and let's not forget the Algarve coastline with Albufeira, one of Europe's most scenic coastal areas, then Portugal could be your dream wedding destination. Oh yes, it also has terrific weather!
The United Kingdom is a destination full of old-world charm. England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales are suffused with folklore, legend, and history, where medieval castles and elegant country estates are diligently preserved and open to visitors.
If it’s class and refinement you desire, then many of the castles, country gardens, stately homes, and halls across the UK welcome marriage ceremonies with open arms. You can have a big day right out of a picture book, but it’s not all fairytales and period dramas. There are thrilling capitals such as London and Edinburgh, contrasted by wide-open spaces like the glens of Northern Ireland, the valleys of Wales, the lakes of Northwest England, and the highlands of Scotland.
Mediterranean beaches, coastal cities contrasted by a warm turquoise sea, and a rich history filled with vibrant cuisine make Greece an attractive destination for any destination wedding. Greece is host to some of the world's most picturesque islands filled with a plethora of historical landmarks.
From the Ancient Greek ruins of Delos to the nightlife of Mykonos, Greece can offer you whatever you're looking for with that special someone.
Tuscany is a top destination for weddings. The area is considered the heart of Italian culture. Florence, the capital of the Tuscan region, is the birthplace of today's Italian language. Tuscany has maintained many architectural gems, The Tower of Pisa being one of the more famous.
France is renowned for romance and passion. The country’s capital is famed as the ‘city of love.’ As the third largest country in Europe, France offers a vast array of countryside from mountains, beaches, and forests, and a varied climate making the country a perfect all-year wedding destination.
The south of France has 300 days of sunshine per year and offers the best weather in France. There are the glitzy resorts in the Côte d’Azur, fragrant lavender fields of the Provence region, and a spectacular coastline of France’s Basque region.
Lake Como is one of the most popular destinations in Italy, set at the foot of the Italian Alps in the northern region of Lombardy. With colorful villages, inspiring architecture, and beautiful botanical gardens, such as Giardini di Villa Melzi.