Getting married is one of the most precious and beautiful moment of our lives. You want to get everything right and to achieve so you leave no stone unturned. The foremost essential thing that agonizes one the most is choosing a wedding destination. This blog is intended at driving those skepticisms away and helping you chose the perfect destination to get married.
Here goes the list of top 10 best wedding destinations in India.
Alright, most of you don’t know about this place. But, still the worth of this place in this list, as a wedding destination is unspeakable. Situated near Pune, Lavasa is a well planned hill station township. Away from the chaos of your city, this place has everything in the right perspective to be a perfect marriage destination. The peculiarities of this place include waterfalls, mountains, lakes, winding roads, breathtaking views, and most importantly, the sophisticated architecture.
Rishikesh is a popular as a wedding destination with the traditionally and spiritually inclined people. Located on the foothills of Himalayas, many resorts arrange an open-air wedding with all the modern amenities, which will make you feel nothing short of heavenly.
Bengaluru is synonymous with royal and luxurious weddings owing to the presence of classy venues such as “The Palace Ground” and many others. Prepare to be baffled and crazed when you walk down the aisle at Bengaluru.
What could be more beautiful than getting married with the epitome of love in the background? Getting married in the proximity of Taj Mahal is something that will render your speechless. Agra is one of the most romantic wedding destinations in India. Plan your wedding at any of the available vicinity like Oberoi, Radisson and Trident (not the Trident of Westeros).
6. Andaman and Nicobar Islands
The lovely climate at Andaman and Nicobar Islands is just what you need to kickstart your wedding life on a romantic note. The most popular destinations at the islands to tie the knot are the Havelock islands and the Ross. For your guests, besides a marriage ceremony, it will be a holiday experience too. Ergo, once you have planned your wedding destination to be here, it will be unforgettable.
Not everybody wants to get married amidst the chaos of crackers and bands. Getting married in the ‘God’s Own Country’ is as placid and tranquil as it could be. Moreover, Kerala is one of the more popular wedding destinations. While getting married there, opt what you might find apt: Varkala or Kovalam, tea gardens of Munnar or the heritage building of Kochi Fort.
The Blue city is also one of the best wedding destinations of India. If opulence is what you are looking for then you can either choose the spectacular hill top Umaid Bhawan Palace, or the majestic Mehrangarh Fort. Since, wedding at Jodhpur won’t come easy on the pockets of many; those on a modest budget can choose between the equally impressive Ranbanka Palace and Ajith Bhavan.
Fancy a romantic wedding amidst the mountains? Owing to its peaceful environment, pleasant climate, snowy hills, natural beauty, and breathtaking scenery, Shimla is one of the most popular wedding destinations in India. Many resorts in Shimla arrange grand wedding ceremonies. Woodville Palace and Radisson hotel are some of the popular choice of places to get married at Shimla.
If you love beaches, there possibly couldn’t be a destination for your wedding that will fare well more than Goa. Your wedding pictures will come out as mesmerizing and exquisite owing to the breathtaking sunsets, beautiful resorts and unpredictable skies of Goa. Your traditional ceremonies will get a fabulous tropical look. Rain dances and informal beach cocktails adds an entire new dimension of flavor to your wedding.
The city of lakes and palaces is one of the most popular wedding destinations of India. The true romantic oasis is one of the hotspot for big fat Indian weddings. At Udaipur, weddings come in a package that comprises of sheer luxury, splendor, and royalty. Fatehgarh, Udai Kothi, Chunda Palace, and Labhgarh are some of the most famous spots in Udaipur to tie the knot.