In recent years destination weddings have become a major trend. These days, more and more couples are looking for exotic locations to tie the knot in style. India is blessed with some of the most mesmerizing and exotic locations that can further adorn the momentous occasion of a person’s life with delight and an incredible magnificence.
Marriage is a lifetime affair and couples want to make their wedding remarkable and memorable for the rest of their lives. A Destination wedding is an intimate affair with fewer guests. It is less stressful with limited responsibility. An all-inclusive deal provides everything with a couple of needs, allowing them time to relax and enjoy their big day. Since you don’t have a maddening crowd of all your local guests, a destination wedding gives you an opportunity to spend quality time with your loved ones. Couples may stay back for their honeymoon instead of flying off somewhere else.
Having a destination wedding in India is a trend that can be seen influencing people all over the globe. Most popular among them are these two: a relaxed beachside wedding in Goa or a royal wedding in Rajasthan. In northern India, Jaipur, the pink city and Udaipur, the city of Lakes and Palaces, Jodhpur, the Blue City or the Sun City and Jaisalmer, the Golden city of India are the heritage city of Rajasthan emerges as the favorite destinations among the young couples who prefer tying the knot in a grand affair.
Jaipur, the ‘pink city’ offers a wide range of festive venues, such as palaces like Heiwa Heaven, Jai Mahal Palace, Shahpura Haveli, Rambagh Palace, Samode Palace, Chomu Palace, Marriott Hotel and Lebua Resort. Whereas the Blue City or the Sun City, Jodhpur and the Golden City, Jaisalmer has marvelous venues like Umaid Bhawan Palace and Suryagarh respectively.
The City of Lakes and Palaces, Udaipur as epithet suggests, lakes and palaces are in abundance in the city. An array of palaces can be availed as accommodation, the more extravagant being Taj Lake Palace, Lalit Laxmi Vilas Palace, Devi Garh, Shikarbadi and Fateh Prakash Palace.