Gay Destination Weddings: Top Ten Spots for Your Gay Wedding Ceremony
More and more people are rejecting the idea of the traditional wedding ceremony and are instead opting for unforgettable weddings in exotic locales. Since gay marriage isn’t legal in the U.S. anyway, there’s no reason that we too shouldn’t capitalize the opportunity to provide our guests with an unforgettable wedding paired up with the trip of a lifetime. Instead of a local catering hall, why not have your wedding on a tropical beach or a far-off mountaintop? Not only will you and your partner be celebrating your lifetime commitment to each other, but you’ll also be providing your guests with a memorable vacation experience. If this sounds like something of interest to you, here are some of our top picks for destination weddings.
Grand Hotel, Florence Italy. If you want to impress your guests, this is probably the best destination to help you achieve that. Located in the central Florence along the Arno river, this 18th century palace which is converted into a luxury hotel is the perfect place for old world elegance and a touch of romance.
New Zealand. Whether you’re a diehard Lord of the Rings fan or just a fan of the majestic beauty that nature has to offer, New Zealand is a great spot, offering stunning rugged landscapes with mountains, rivers, lakes and farm animals! To many people, simply visiting the country is a trip of a lifetime. Imagine a romantic wedding on top of a mountain, or a nice ceremony in a local church. You are sure to get an experience that no one will be likely to forget.
Disneyland. One of the most magical places on earth has announced not long ago that they will offer their different wedding amenities to heterosexuals and gays alike. Whether you want to be treated like a princess in Cinderella’s castle, or a Beauty and the Beast inspired ball, your Disney wedding dreams may just finally come true. And though Disney is not necessarily an exotic locale, there will be something for the whole family. Not to forget that you and your partner are going to support a company that has stood up for equal treatment of gays and lesbians over such a long period of time.
Scottish Castle wedding. You probably feel mistreated in the U.S. But there is no reason not to treat yourself like royalty. Celebrities like Madonna, Paul McCartney and Pierce Brosnan have all tied their knots in castles, and you can do the same too! Scotland has a lot of castles for you to choose from, and many of them are commercialize into luxury hotels as well. A quick search on Google should assist you find a couple of places that are ideal for hosting weddings. For example, Dalhousie Castle, a 13th century fortress is conveniently located just a few miles away from Edinburgh. The castle is exquisitely decorated and even has a dungeon restaurant where you and your guests can have your dinner.
Legion of Honor, San Francisco. San Francisco may not scream destination wedding for you, but given that this city played a major role in the gay rights movement, it seems appropriate to include it. This historic Art Museum is located on a hill overlooking the spot where the Pacific Ocean meets San Francisco Bay. The view here is incredible, and not just make an unforgettable experience for your guests, but also provides an excellent backdrop for breathtaking wedding photos.
I hope the above has given you some ideas to start looking for your ideal wedding destination.
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