Let's face it. What could sound more charming and exotic than a wedding in Bermuda? It's not hard to dream of saying, "I do" on pink sand. Destination weddings make those dreams a reality in Bermuda.
Bermuda features over 180 islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Crystal clear waters lap upon the land's low volcanoes. White-roofed houses pattern the landscape for a view that's nearly unbelievable.
With plenty of attractions like the historic town and World Heritage Site, St. George, your guests will be able to fill up any downtime in a snap. Aquariums, museums and zoos delight visitors to the main island on a regular basis.
Exchange vows in the capital, Hamilton. As a former British port, you can feel the colonial charm throughout the parish. A number of venues, parks, hotels, restaurants and shops are available for your actual wedding and related events. Thanks to the variety, you'll be able to coordinate events for wedding parties of all sizes.
Whatever venue you choose, your wedding is sure to be a gorgeous event. With such a mesmerizing background and charming atmosphere, Bermuda seems to be made just for destination weddings.
A destination wedding can be a much more affordable alternative to a traditional lavish wedding. Many places offer complete wedding packages which often includes an on-site wedding consultant to help you with all of the special details of your wedding.
Another great reason to have a destination wedding is the ability to have a smaller guest list. Instead of planning for hundreds of people you will have only close friends and family who are willing to make the trip out to your destination for your wedding.
Although a destination wedding is a more affordable option for the bride and groom, it does come at a higher cost to your guests. A small, intimate guest list will allow you to share your special day with the people who really mean the most to you.
Many couples who choose a destination wedding, also opt to combine their wedding location with their honeymoon dream. Get married in a stunning location, and then continue the celebrations in the same spot or enjoy the duration of your trip at a nearby resort.