It’s a generally accepted fact – wedding planning could be daunting for many couples who decide to take the ride alone. With an unending rundown of choices to be made, from the stylistic layout, to the dress to the food, and everything in between, the pressure can heap on at extremely quick speeds.
Along the years many couples have expressed their wish to opt for a symbolic ceremony for their destination wedding, instead of the more traditional religious or legally binding ceremony, more known as a civil wedding.
There is always a reason why a couple would decide to elope, but whatever the reason is, Malta and Gozo are surely the destinations that hosts with welcoming arms these couples. We are blessed with a vast number of venues, gardens and beach locations which cater for intimate weddings.
For the second year in a row Wed in Malta managed to keep it’s top ranking position and win the prestigious title “Service Excellent Award” given by the Luxury Travel Guide London.
Our Norwegian couple have chosen Malta to tie the knot last Saturday on a hot summer afternoon surrounded by their loved ones. A legally binding civil ceremony took place on one of Malta’s prominent resorts enjoying a stunning sea view which embellished the backdrop for this special occasion.
Spring…..possibly the most popular of seasons where everything feels new again, the one with the vibrant flair and colorful soul. It is also the season where weddings are in full bloom and the colour palette is airy and cheerful. Here are a few things to consider for your Spring wedding in Malta.
In the past weddings themes did not exist. Weddings had to be elegant, stiff and palace appropriate. Times have changed, and with that change comes an array of ideas for different themes, some which we have spoken about in other posts. With carnival weekend in full swing, we thought of dedicating this post to a flair of colours, bright ideas and daring twist for those who are after something a bit different.
Weddings in Gozo are just as popular as those in the main land Malta. Couples do request venues in both islands and although only a 20 minute boat ride away this island is nothing like big sister Malta. Gozo is laid back, quaint, charming and has lots of potential when it comes to weddings.
Last weekend i had the opportunity to participate in one of the leading exhibitions in Ireland which took place in Belfast. A show run by professionals who clearly know what they are doing and have improved throughout the course of time.