Whilst a wedding in the UK with your closest friends and your family around you is the best possible scenario for many couples, there are many others who decide they wish to jet away and get married in the sun. The natural beauty of many foreign climes is far more appealing than family arguments or the vast array of politics that can accompany inviting guests to your big day.
Ultimately, heading away can be simpler, more fun and, often, cheaper too. Many who go away will have a celebratory party on their return and find they have a far better time abroad than they would worrying that family tensions or unwanted guests could ruin their big day.
Yet, whilst many head for the sun, heading north to the lands of the ice and snow could make for an even more memorable wedding. Whilst we might not get sunshine every day of the year here, we do get sun, sea and sand at some points of the year. We are also all well versed in foreign resorts offering sun and therefore even the most beautiful landscapes and weather might not be as unique as we hoped.
However, getting married in a church made of ice and spending your wedding night alone or with those closest to you under the aurora borealis or staying in the Ice Hotel Sweden is an experience like no other. It is possible to experience an ice wedding all year round, whether you head to an Ice Hotel Sweden or to the more remote destination of Lapland.
Getting married in a church that may not be there by the summer, amongst reindeer and other rare wildlife, and being pulled to your reception by huskies, before relaxing under the aurora borealis is something that no other wedding can compare with, and one that could make your big day the most memorable day of your life for only positive reasons.
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