Searching for that ideal honeymoon trip for you and the one you love? Then take a look at our list of the world’s top honeymoon destinations. For the best luxury, romance and tranquillity these really are the best, whether you want the privacy of a top hotel room or the isolation of a deserted beach, the trip of a lifetime awaits.
Though much of the Bahamas has become built-up from its success at attracting American tourists, there are still plenty of places for seclusion. Long walks on beautiful beaches and luxurious hotels make this an ideal honeymoon destination.
For the perfect beach holiday, look no further. Water sports galore and draw-dropping scenery combine with great music and delicious food. The Platinum Coast boasts white sand and clear, turquoise waters while the Atlantic coast has a rugged beauty.
Most renowned for its white beaches and the spotless clarity of the Ocean lapping its shores, the great beauty of Mauritius lies also in the majestic mountain ranges, nature reserves and wildlife parks that make the island a paradise for couples.
4. St Lucia
St Lucia is one of the world’s most romantic destinations, with a beautiful coastline dotted with isolated beaches and coves it offers the perfect opportunity to escape and relax amongst the coconut trees and rolling surf; all set against a backdrop of the setting Caribbean sun and a perfect ocean skyline.
The average wedding now costs nearly £20,000. The average costs we offer are intended to give you a rough idea of what to expect. This is simply a general idea and you may find that you receive cheaper or more expensive quotes depending on your individual requirements. Most suppliers are willing to work within your budget so don't be afraid to ask for their advice. You might not need all the things listed below and there are lots of ways that you can reduce your costs, see the Budget Ideas article.
This is by no means an exhaustive list - there may be elements and ideas you would like to add or things you don't want, it's really entirely up to you.
The ushers show guests to their seats - Bride's family to the left / Groom's family to the right
It's a good idea to have some acoustic music playing, while everyone is being seated and waiting on the bride, eg: organ, harpist, string quartet, flute & harp duo...
The main photographs of the wedding event are usually taken now. The lull between the ceremony and the wedding breakfast can sometimes be really long and tiring, so it is a good idea to offer drinks and light snacks which will be very well received, especially if your photography session goes on for longer than expected. You could also consider hiring some form of entertainment, eg: pianist, quartet, jazz band, magician, etc. Your guests will love this and it helps the day to flow seamlessly without big gaps where the guests are standing around with not much to do.