- US: Kauai, Hawaii
Kauai is known as the “Garden Isle” for its incredibly lush tropical landscape and is perfect for those looking for a more secluded spot to tie the knot. It remains the least developed of the four main islands, and life here tends to move at a slower pace. Anytime—temperatures year-round are in the 70s and 80s during the day. Dry season runs May through October, but even in winter, rain showers are short and mild.
- US: Florida Keys
This 110-mile chain of islands offers a laid-back tropical island setting with all the allure of the Caribbean at a domestic price — and a more convenient location for guests. High season is December to April, so you may want to try summer, when things are more affordable (and less crowded)—but it will be hot.
- US: Las Vegas (baby)
Elvis-impersonator officiants and celebrating your nuptials at a blackjack table are still a part of what Las Vegas offers, there’s a whole other side to Sin City that’s making it one of the hottest Stateside spots to tie the knot. Avoid the summer heat—spring offers the most temperate climate, and the summer sizzle cools in September and October.
- US: The Big Island, Hawaii
There’s plenty for guests to do too, from exploring the rain forest region to going horseback riding, snorkeling or just lazing on the beach. Anytime—year-round, temperatures are in the 70s and 80s during the day.
- Caribbien: Turks and Caicos
Less developed and more upscale than much of the Caribbean, this collection of 40 islands, eight of which are inhabited, has an intimate feel. The climate is sunny and dry, with highs between 80 and 84 degrees from November to May.
- Italy: Amalfi Coast
The Amalfi Drive is one of the most scenic stretches of Italian coastline, consisting of a winding cliff-top road offering dramatic views of the sea. Your guests will certainly enjoy the food and surroundings, so there’s no need to stress over the menu or decor. April through June, and September and October are the best times to explore Italy, with mild temperatures and smaller crowds
- Far-Flung: Fiji
Known for its friendly people, lush foliage and rich sea life, Fiji is the ideal destination for couples seeking castaway tranquility, exotic culture and unspoiled beaches for their nuptials. The best weather is during Fiji’s dry season (called “Fiji Winter”), from May to October.
- France: Paris
Filled with charm and an easy elegance, a wedding in Paris places you in one of Europe’s must-see cities. Though there are icons around nearly every corner (the Louvre, Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe to name a few), there’s a subtlety to Paris’ sophistication outside of its staples.
- United Kingdom: London
London is a leading global city with strengths in the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, professional services, research and development, tourism, and transport all contributing to its prominence. It is one of the world’s leading financial centres[ and has the fifth-or sixth-largest metropolitan area GDP in the world depending on measurement
- US: Park City, Utah
Park City offers the European sophistication and majestic peaks that the Alps are known for—sans the passport requirements. Ski season starts in early December and lasts into mid-April, but the summer and fall are gems and provide plenty for guests to do, including hiking, fly-fishing and mountain biking. Perfect for winter!