Showing posts from June, 2008

Weddings in the Bahamas

We are delighted to announce that Amour Affairs has joined Marry Abroad, offering wonderful weddings in the Bahamas. For all those couples looking for a beach wedding overseas, look no further! The excellent dollar exchange rate makes the Bahamas a very appealing wedding destination for UK couples, and Paulette would be more than happy to send you details of the ceremonies she can offer.
For more details please take a look at our Bahamas Wedding page.

Celebrity Wedding Abroad of the Year!

As we're sure the world now knows, Coleen McLoughlin and Wayne Rooney got married today in Portofino on the Italian Riviera. For those couples planning their own wedding abroad, you'll be pleased to know that it won't cost you the reported £5 million that Coleen and Wayne spent on their nuptials!
Getting married in Italy needn't cost the earth, and there's plenty of choice of wedding planners as Italy is one of the most popular overseas wedding locations. Whether you're dreaming of escaping your relatives or have a large guest list, Italy won't disappoint as a destination wedding. If you're having trouble choosing between a riviera wedding, marrying in a castle, or exchanging vows in the Italian countryside, our Italian wedding planners will be able to help you.
Just remember, marrying abroad is the low-cost option, unless you're a footballer of course!
Follow in Coleen and Wayne's footsteps by taking a look at our Italian wedding planners today.

Getting married.....Indian style

We're delighted that UK-based wedding firm, Bespoke Weddings Abroad, run by Reena Popat, has joined Marry Abroad.
As Reena says “an increasing number of couples from the UK are expressing a desire to get married in India. Whilst all recognise that this would provide a unique and distinctive experience, few will have the time or depth of local contacts to enable them to successfully organise their wedding abroad. Wedding planners such as myself provide a friendly and professional means of accessing the Indian wedding services market that is still quite daunting for outsiders to deal with.”

With the majestic palaces, the vibrant colours, the smell of Indian spices, and the cultural richness, it is not surprising that India is fast becoming one of the most popular places in the world to get married. More and more couples are electing to get married the “Indian way”, either Maharajah-style at one of the palaces in Rajasthan or on a beach in Goa or Kerala. A mosaic of many languages, rel…