A Guide to Marrying Abroad

It looks like more and more couples from the UK are opting to say ‘I do’ on foreign shores, as established by findings from a report by the travel firm Kuoni.

Some of the most popular getting married abroad choices for couples include Mauritius, Saint Lucia, the Maldives, and Antigua. The report also found that Santorini and the Malcesine Castle on Lake Garda were two of the most romantic places for couples to marry abroad.

With a whole globe to explore, the options are endless, and your special day can be exactly how you’ve always dreamed — not hindered by the UK’s lackluster weather.

Planning is essential when it comes to any wedding, at home, or marrying abroad. However, with a wedding abroad you need to put some extra considerations on a place. You must also be aware of getting married abroad legal requirements for a hassle-free wedding.

Angelic Diamonds have provided a useful getting married abroad guide on how to prepare for tying the knot in some of these top destinations!

So here are some tips on how to get married abroad on some of the most exquisite destinations.


It’s no surprise that Mauritius is such a popular option for couples who are chasing the sun for marrying abroad. Its idyllic stretches of sandy white beaches are picture-perfect.

While the climate is categorized as ‘mild tropical,’ temperatures are prone to change across different regions of the island.

As for picking the right month for marrying abroad in Mauritius, October tends to boast the most favorable ceremony weather forecast, with plenty of daylight hours and low rainfall.

November and December are peak summer months, so you can whisk your guests away to paradise just as winter takes its hold at home.

Once you’ve set a date, be prepared to research your venue in further detail. Some package options ask for a minimum stay in the lead up to your wedding, from one to seven days in most cases.

This does give you the optimum time to scout out the beauty spots for your wedding photography.

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