There’s a reason celebrities like Maddona, Paul McCartney or Pierce Brosnan have chosen to get married in castles, is that even if it’s not, you’ll feel like you’re in a royal wedding. Scotland boasts numerous castles, some in ruins, some belonging to private homes, and many of which have been restored to form luxury hotels. Consider having a romantic wedding at Dalhousie Castle, a 13th-century fortress a few miles from the capital Edinburgh. The castle has 14 out of 27 rooms decorated according to historical themes and you can have dinner in ancient dungeons. An experience no less romantic, right?
Perched on a hilltop overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Sanfrancisco Bay, the Legion of Honor (Legion of Honor) is a great wedding venue. You will be impressed with the neoclassical architecture of this historical art museum, which is not only a great setting for weddings, but also unforgettable photo spots. Rent cafes or borrow a tent to set up the front lawn, and you and your guests can dance in front of Rodin’s Thinker statue and Golden Gate Bridge.
9. The majestic cave wedding in South Wales, England
Never thought you were going to get married in a cave? Think back to seeing the grandeur and wonder of caves in South Wales, England. There is a large room called “the dome of St. Paul” with a large lake formed from two waterfalls. Unique natural scenery, romantic space will make for an unforgettable wedding.
10. Central Park, New York, USA
Few romantic cities like New York and Central Park are the heart of the city. For a small fee, in return, you can have your wedding ceremony in the beautiful gardens of this park. A few suggestions for you such as:
– Conservatory Gardens
– Bow Bridge
– Shakespeare Gardens …