‘I want the big drama. I always said I don’t want a wedding I want a parade.’ said Star Jones. Here is a woman who knows exactly what she wants for her wedding. A lot of women would relate to her on that, wouldn’t they?
Deny it all you want, but the thought must have crossed your mind even as you laugh it off – ‘But if I were to get wedded, then how would it be?’ Well, how would it be is for you and your dreams to decide amongst yourselves. Where would it be? That question we could help you with, although most of you might already have the answers ready.
Here are a few dream wedding destinations our Incredible India has to offer for your perfect wedding.
Bollywood most recently covered one major romantic wedding destination in the movie ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ – Udaipur. This beautiful city of lakes and palaces promises a wedding of true regal charm. The Udaipur Palace hotel, the Jag Mandir surrounded by beautiful sculptures and the Devi Garh fort located 45 minutes away provide a variety of traditional, pious and contemporary ambiences to get married.
2.Jaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpu
Relive the royal experience by getting married majestically in one of the magnificent forts in Rajasthan, which were covered in the movie ‘Jodhaa Akbar’ as well. The ornate palaces, havelis and forts here with their vast gardens, such as the Raj Palace, Rambagh Palace, Jai Mahal Palace, Alsisar Haveli, Mandawa Haveli and Samode Palace in the ‘pink’ city, the Umaid Bhawan palace hotel, Ranbanka palace, Ajit Bhawan and Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur and the Jaisalmer fort are venues that will have you feeling like a princess on the biggest day of your life.
3. Sainik Farms, New Delhi
This posh wedding destination is just the place for you if you want extravagant and elegant all at once. This farm is fifty years old and is located in the southernmost part of the city.
If backwaters, houseboats, beaches lined with coconut palm trees, white and gold sarees and elephants automatically paint spectacular images in your head, then wait no more to pick this exotic location for your dream wedding. The Zuri Kumarakom resort near Alleppey is the most luxurious resort at the backwaters. The Leela in Kovalam is known to arrange beach weddings and Varkala is a scenic spot for one. Elephant-themed weddings are also famous in Kerala, where your larger than life groom could arrive on elephant back. This also creates scope for an immediate dream honeymoon on a traditional houseboat.
Speaking of beach weddings, what could be a better place than those for the inimitable Goa? The truly inimitable Goa is what could make your visions of the perfect beach weddings like the ones in movies manifest in reality. The Leela on the secluded Morbor beach, the Taj Exotica on the quiet beach of Varca and the Turiya Villa and Spa near the intimate Palolem beach in South Goa are gorgeous destinations for your wedding. Get married on the white sands being kissed by the azure waters in this beauty of a place.
This cleaner beach near Bombay is only next best for beach wedding to Goa and Kerala. There is a luxurious resort on the beach just a few minutes away by walk from the jetty. You could take in a weekend wedding trip with your beloved, your friends and near and dear ones for an intimate and plush ceremony.
7.Lavasa and Aamby Valley
If getting married amidst breezy hills and cold waterfalls in a cosy atmosphere is what your heart wants then you should give it just that. Lavasa is the first man-made hill station in India. The lakes and waterfalls in this city make it a tranquil and romantic destination for couples to get married. Another man-made hill station situated above the ghats of Lonavla is Aamby Valley. This place has some premium resorts, hotels and even bungalows that can serve as venues for a memorable wedding experience.
However, you could get married anywhere and still have the most beautiful day of your life while signing up for eternity with the love of your life or making a lifelong commitment to someone who promises to be your companion and all joy and sorrow and blending families.