When two weird people are madly in love, weddings can happen in a Taco Bell, a doughnut shop, and in other locations where you’d never picture yourself saying ‘I do’. Love will surely make you do unimaginable things, so here is the top 7 list of the most unusual wedding venues that can give you an idea when the time you’re crazy in love comes.
Ulusaba – South Africa
If you want something wild for your wedding day, you should have a safari wedding at Ulusaba, South Africa. It’s exotic, adventurous, and most certainly unusual. Saying ‘I do’ surrounded by Africa’s wildlife is exciting, but not everything about getting married in Ulusaba is wild. Couples get a wedding cake, breakfast in bed, and a massage. It sounds like a perfect combination of adventure and relaxation – wrapped up in one of the happiest days in life.
The Tree House – The Lodge, Scotland, UK
Many girls have planned how they want their wedding to be with their friends in a little treehouse. However, not many of them imagined that they’d actually be getting married in a treehouse.
The Lodge is a five-star retreat in Scotland where couples make the big step. If you ever imagined a small intimate wedding, then the Lodge is the perfect wedding venue for you, as you can have up to 24 guests. Did we mention the stunning view of Lake Goil? It’s magnificent and adds just that little something special to any wedding.
The Underground Cavern – Wookey Hole Caves, Somerset, UK
Our next wedding venue is a very unique place that both brides and grooms will enjoy. The Underground Cavern in Somerset is a really beautiful and just a bit mysterious place to say ‘I do’. The chambers are lit with candles and have the most diverse rock formations and clear pools. Just imagine this pleasant atmosphere. As far as your guest list goes, you can have just a few close friends and family at your wedding. Should you decide to have a bit bigger wedding, the Underground Cavern can accommodate up to 100 people.
La Fenice Opera House – Venice, Italy
Venice has almost become synonymous with romance. Getting married even in a parking lot in Venice is romantic. However, one of the classiest places to get married in Italy is La Fenice Opera House – unless some couples really want to tie the knot on a parking lot. This magnificent Venice Opera House brings glamour and beauty to any event. Can you imagine a wedding in such a splendid venue?
Hotel de Glace – Quebec, Canada
Situated in Quebec City there’s a really unique chapel – a chapel made of ice. Actually, Hotel de Glace, as the name suggests, is made of ice, or to be more precise 15, 000 tons of snow and ice. Couples don’t have to worry about the cold, as they have the love for each other to keep them warm – and hot tubs and a sauna. The brides can get amazing wedding dresses too from the hotel which has a collection of the most beautiful wedding dresses designed especially for the Hotel de Glace brides.
Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco, California, USA
Do you know when people say – we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it? Well, for some couples crossing the bridge is the first step of married life. You guessed it, the next wedding venue is a bridge, and not any bridge, but Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Can you imagine watching a sunset over the San Francisco Bay in the arms of your loved one? We hear some gasps.
Atlantis Marine World in Riverhead – Long Island, USA
Getting married in Long Island sounds usual, but getting married at the Atlantis Marine World in Riverhead might not be that usual. Why? Well, weddings that take place here involve sharks and sand tigers. Although the level of security of a wedding ceremony is at the highest level possible, it takes two very bold people to say their vows underwater. There may be steel cages to keep a bride and a groom safe, but we’re talking about a shark tank which is a bit scary. Anyway, it’s certainly memorable enough for a wedding ceremony.