- Stirling Castle: Do you want to feel like a princess? Then, Stirling Castle may be just the venue for your fairy-tale princess wedding. This 16th century castle is located in Scotland, and has become a popular place for wedding ceremonies. This means that the owners are set up to provide the amenities you need for a smooth ceremony.
- Mauritius: Do you want an island wedding? Then, Mauritius, it is! This small island is located off of the southeast corner of Africa, at the southern part of the Indian Ocean. It has about 1.5 million people living on the entire island, and is a true melting pot of every kind of religion on the planet. While most of the people speak either French or Creole, they all speak English. You can find every kind of food there, and beaches all the way around the island!
- Marriage Island, San Antonio: How about a state-side wedding? Maybe you’re not too keen on traveling to Scotland, or halfway across the world to Mauritius. You can, instead, go to San Antonio Texas. There, within walking distance of the famous Alamo Mission, the Herzberg Circus Museum, and the Institute of Texan Cultures, you can get married right in the middle of a river! Marriage Island is a little known spot where many couples have exchanged their vows.
- San Clemente Palace: Ok, so, you want to feel like a princess, but with more of a European flavor? Then, we’ve got just the place for you. It’s the San Clemente Palace. This incredibly beautiful place was built in 1131! It was established to serve as a monastery, and, due to careful preservation and to restoration that has remained true to the original spirit of the site, still maintains that air of peace and tranquility. This now sprawling, luxurious palace is located on an island overlooking Venice, Italy. So, you not only get the privacy and intimacy of an island wedding, you get the conveniences of a nearby city, as well.
- Central Park: Finally, on our list of the top 5 places to get married, is Central Park, New York City. That’s right – who would’a thought, huh? But Central Park is a truly beautiful venue. Thousands of happy newlyweds have exchanged vows in this picturesque setting, with the skyline of the City that Never Sleeps framing photos.