Picture Perfect Places to Say “I Do”

Bermuda

A British territory, Bermuda is a stunning destination. As soon as you step off the plane, you’re greeted with crystal blue beaches and rock formations. Just about every resort on the island offers wedding packages, allowing you to tie the knot on a gorgeous beach or garden.

You can’t go wrong with a Bermuda wedding. Your wedding party will have plenty to do after the ceremony itself, so we recommend you stay for a couple of days. Learn to scuba dive or kayak through a sea cave. You won’t regret it.

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A typical Bermuda wedding package will cost you around $2,000, and most people go between June and September. To avoid the crowds, you might consider April, though the weather might not be warm enough for swimming.

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Florida

We couldn’t leave Florida off of this list. It’s one of the most popular weddings and honeymoon spots in the world, thanks to its gorgeous beaches and, of course, Walt Disney World. If you want to have your wedding at Disney World itself, you’ll spend at minimum $7,000.

We recommend avoiding hurricane season, which is May to November. If you want the least amount of foot traffic, January and February are your best bet.

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