Every girl wants her marriage to be a “dream wedding” as marriage is a one-time affair. Weddings in India are considered “sacred”. Most couples spend lavishly when it comes to their wedding and create their special day a memorable one. They want their special day to be away from the hustle-bustle of the city.

India is the hub for exaggerated weddings as some of the worlds exotic destinations lie in this land. Destination wedding is a blend of a revitalizing vacation and a wedding celebration. Often, destination wedding ceremonies are held at spots such as palaces and forts. Close family and relatives are flown in from across the world for the destination wedding and are treated to a royalty, in an exotic location.

Let’s have a look at some of them dreamy destinations to choose from:

  1. Goa: India’s party capital

Drinks, concert, dance, food, and the amazing beaches appropriately capture the spirit of Goa. Tying the knot amongst the beautiful beaches and tall coconut trees must be a dream for some. It would the most romantic wedding that can happen.

Goa gives you a chance to live a fairytale marriage, performed against the backdrop of beaches that are edged by the lustrous blue water and sand.Goa

  1. Udaipur: The city of Lakes

If you want to make your wedding romantic and special, I can assure you the City of lakes is the place you are looking for. Udaipur, the most lavish and stunning place in Rajasthan is simply known for a traditional Indian weddings.

The beautiful city has majestic palace buildings that are designed in contemporary style. The Leela, The Taj Lake Palace, and The Trident are some of the best options that you will like to splurge. The Oberoi Udaivilas captures all the romance and grandeur of a royal era. Getting married in a palace and like a queen is all that a girl could ever wish for.udaipur

  1. Neemrana Fort

A Perfect Place to celebrate the grandness of Seven Vows! This place has an amazing balance of historic and contemporary architecture. The rusty look with lush green garden setting gives it an edge over other destinations.

Neemrana Fort is even more remarkable than its photographs can describe. Taking vows amidst a fort will surely be a memorable one. That’s the reason a number of couples have performed sacred customs and rites at this spectacular location.neemrana-fort-palace

  1. Jaipur: The Pink City

Jaipur is where “happily-ever-after” begins in majestic style.

History, culture, food, handicrafts, royalty, magnificence! These are the words used to define our very own Pink city “JAIPUR”

The city itself showcases a complete blend of festive ideas and venue choices that hold out from palaces like Raj Palace, Diggi palace, Alsisar ki haveli and Samode Palace.jaipur

  1. Jodhpur: The Blue City

Jodhpur dazzles with grand heritage palaces that are now used as venues for destination weddings. There are various eye-popping havelis and historical forts, which are flawless for a royal wedding. Jodhpur meets your wish with its captivating monuments, gardens and temples. Mehrangarh Fort is one of the picture-perfect wedding destinations as it has a royal ambience. Choosing the Umaid Bhawan palace is also a good idea.jodhpur

  1. Kerala: God’s own country

Kerala needs no description. The untouched beauty of Kerala is perceived by witnessing it. The backwaters and hills have a sense of serenity and mysticism that make the place perfect wedding destination. A houseboat wedding, a beach wedding, wedding adjacent the backwaters, in Kerala there are loads of options to choose from.

Kerala is a vivacious city with breathtaking beauty and spectacular sights.

Destination weddings occur mainly in the central districts of the state – Kochi, Alappuzha and Kottayam.kerala

  1. Jaisalmer: Golden city of India

Ever dreamt of saying “I do” amidst the sand dunes. Jaisalmer is a synonym for forts, palaces, havelis, sand dunes and camel drives. With the unique combination of antiquity, modernism and deserts, Jaisalmer gives the couple an exquisite place to perform the ceremony.

Those who are looking for a venue to celebrate their special day in Jaisalmer, they must be relieved as it is a hub for havelis and heritage hotels. The Fort Rajwada, Gorbandh Palace, Jawahar Niwas and Narayan Niwas are some of the famous wedding destinations here.

Guests experience the blend of traditions, culture, emotions and festivities. The striking decoration done with lights and flowers is an eye candy for the guests.jaisalmer

  1. Agra: Paradise for lovers

What could be more thrilling and romantic than taking pledges with the symbol of love as the backdrop! Marrying near the epitome of love is all you can wish for.agra

Taj Mahal one of the Seven Wonders of the World fascinates the foreigners and urges them to get married in Agra.

  1. New Delhi: the national capital of India

Marrying in the national capital is a costly affair. Farmhouses and fancy hotels are sure to cut a big hole in your pocket.new delhi

Weddings at five-star hotels in Delhi are turning dreams into reality. They help you enjoy the most important day of your life with style and aura of royalty. There are some top class hotels like The Tivoli Grand Resort Hotel, The Taj Mahal Hotel, The Imperial Hotel, The Park Hotel, etc to choose from. One of the most famous Sainik Farms is also the most luxurious zone where wedding ceremonies are often planned.

  1. Andaman and Nicobar Island

Looking for a heartwarming and dreamy beginning to your married life, this place is surely bliss for you. The soothing and calm aura of these islands is an excellent getaway from the city. The coconuts trees make up a lovely backdrop for the couples marrying in this heaven. The Ross or the Havelock Islands are the perfect venues to tie the knot. Coral blue waters, white sand beaches and a bucket full of activities to indulge in this place are perfect for a beach wedding.andaman

The list is however endless, but these are the topmost destinations in India. I am sure some of you might have pictured a scene of your wedding at one of this destination while reading this.

About The Author

I usually go blank when I am asked to introduce myself, so I’m still struggling with things I can and should write to describe myself. I am a 21 years old fun loving gal studying B.Tech. (Yes I am an engineer sadly ☹ ). I am presently studying in Jaipur but I am Dilliwali at heart. I am a very curious and very short tempered yet fun loving person. I love to dance and you can say I’m addicted to it. I really love to read novels [bookworm sort of a person]. I love to write. It gives me a strange kind of pleasure. I want to be a published writer. I want to write till there is nothing left in my soul to ponder upon, until every story in my heart has been told because writing is a part of ME. Basically I am a curious adult struggling with her life as of now.

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