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Best destinations in India for destination weddings

September 21, 2021

Find the best places in india for planning your destination wedding with beautiful and exotic location in 2021

List of India's Best Destination For Destination Weddings


As you search for that perfect place for your dream wedding, there are many things that you need to consider before choosing a destination wedding destination in the Himalayas. With its idyllic landscape, sweet skiing slopes, and huge tracts of land, it is the ideal destination for a romantic wedding in the winter. The Roseate, one of the most upmarket hotels in Mussoorie, has a huge property spread across 8 acres which is perfect for a small-town wedding. One of the unique things about this hotel is its ‘Royal Wedding’ package which includes a 3 day wedding celebration which begins with a spa breakfast and a welcome drink and ends with a full day wedding event. It also has a chauffeur service which is perfect for those looking for the perfect luxury wedding experience.


More than one wedding destination in India makes for a great pick for destination weddings, but one state in particular has been named the best in India for destination weddings, and it is Kerala, that has an ever increasing number of couples opting to get married here. A vibrant and picturesque state, Kerala has emerged as one of the most favourite destinations for destination weddings in India, and Kerala Tourism in particular has been doing a commendable job in making it all the more popular. Malé Malé, the capital of the state of Kerala, holds a very special place in the hearts of most Malayalees. Born in Malé, who also call themselves Madhavathukaval, means bride from Malé, the very name, of a state in the state of Kerala, holds a very special significance for them.


The majestic lake city of Udaipur is known for it’s history, lush green landscape and exquisite palace, Kishangarh. Plan the wedding on the fairytale days, and work around the balmy, breathtaking nights in Udaipur. Keep the day outdoors, with the elaborate wedding menus, having a sightseeing stopover in the city. The city’s lakefront provides the perfect picture perfect backdrop for your wedding ceremony, and is a great backdrop for a destination wedding. Agra You are only limited by your imagination when it comes to planning a wedding in a destination. This can be as close as Delhi, or as far as Agra! Choose a venue close to the Taj Mahal, but for that old-school Gothic look and feel of an elegant, old city, Agra is just the place.


Goa is definitely one of the top destinations for couples looking to host a destination wedding and make their vows to each other in some of the most breathtaking locations that the country has to offer. And while there are numerous options to choose from, what you need to bear in mind is that unlike say a regular three day wedding in Goa, you do not have a honeymoon to look forward to after your wedding. Mumbai While it is tough to pin point a favourite among Mumbai’s numerous venues, the Gateway Of India, Juhu Beach, Versova Beach, the Pali Hill and Bandra Fort are popular options. In fact, a budget of Rs 30 lakh can go a long way here if the couple is looking to get married here.


Have a taste of Rajasthan’s royal life in your wedding festivities with your loved ones, opting for your D-Day as your big day at Umaid Bhawan Palace. The stunning fountains at Jaipur’s Amer Fort. Or, opt for Bikaner, which boasts of the largest royal complex in the country, to create a memorable setting. The rainbow-coloured spectacle of Jaipur’s Chittorgarh Fort, which is located on the hill of Amer Fort that can promise you the fairy tale day of your dreams, ensuring that the first day of you stepping into a new life is nothing less than perfect.


What is important to know about Andaman? It is located in the Bay of Bengal, occupying about 45 degrees of latitude. It is the largest island in the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The world’s fifth largest island, Andamans was discovered by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan in the 16th century and passed on to the Dutch, and finally to the British. Andaman boasts of being the most beautiful islands in the world, with pink sand beaches and crystal clear waters. The weather in Andaman is often calm, which is great for honeymooners and allows a lot of sunlight to reach the beaches. Whittle’s Estate Located at the Island Heritage in Port Blair, the plantation estate has been the retreat of a well-known writer and his family for the past 34 years.


Mysore, Karnataka Known as the 'Garden City of India', Mysore is a well-known wedding destination in India. Home to the Mysore Palace, the city has a myriad of options to choose from when it comes to organising your special day. With impeccable architecture and wide-ranging options, the options for venues are endless. One of the most preferred locations for a destination wedding is the City Palace, where a large part of the wedding can be organised in one place. The Mysore Palace has inspired weddings with decorations at all its four pillars – Chamunda Chambar, Chandrika Chambar, Gautama Chambar and Vatal Chambar. Whether you are looking for a spectacular wedding with a few select events or a grand wedding with several events, this is the place to go.

Delhi & Mumbai

Aerocity With its great accessibility and the airport not too far away from the city, Delhi’s capital is an ideal destination for an India-based destination wedding. Mumbai If you’re planning a destination wedding at the Bandra Kurla Complex or Versova, a month-long celebration that’s close to Mumbai’s blue zone is a plus.

Planning a wedding in an exotic locale can be a little daunting- but don't worry! With Shaadivaale, we'll take care of all the planning. From caterers to decorators and from photographers to makeup artists to designers, you will find just about every expert you can think of offering to work on your wedding.