Exotic Wedding Destinations – Part Three

Dear newlyweds-to-be, we’re back and we’ve got some more gorgeous wedding destinations around the world for you to choose from! Keep reading and find out if part 3 of the list appeals to you better than the previous two.

Park City, Utah (US)

Park City offers the European sophistication and majestic peaks that the Alps are known for—sans the passport requirements. Thanks to a new crop of ritzy resorts, the former mining town has turned into a top destination for nuptials. But Park City has something going for it that other mountain destinations don’t: It’s located just 40 minutes from the Salt Lake City airport, making it a great option for winter weddings. Plus, it’s home to three world-class ski resorts, all with dedicated teams to help put together your dream wedding.

Outer Banks, North Carolina (US)

With 130 miles of open, unspoiled beach, the Outer Banks region, a string of barrier islands covering nearly half the North Carolina coast, will make you feel as if you’re in your own private retreat for your wedding. (Case in point: It’s one of the few places in the US where you can still view wild horses.) Say your vows on the beaches of historic Nags Head, Kitty Hawk or Hatteras Island; in a beautiful garden on picturesque Roanoke Island; or on the grounds of a large oceanfront beach home or a stunning Art Nouveau mansion in Corolla. For a truly iconic setting, opt for a statuesque lighthouse or rustic ocean pier setting.

Nantucket, Massachusetts (US)

Dubbed the “Gray Lady” because it’s often covered in a blanket of fog, Nantucket and its windswept moors, rugged beaches and rose-covered trellises are quintessential New England. You can feel Nantucket’s nautical history with every step you take along its cobblestoned streets, and strict building codes keep all houses draped in weathered shingles, so you’ll get an authentic feel. It’s the ideal spot for a romantic, low-key wedding full of New England charm, and you’ll find plenty of inspiration, from the ocean and beaches to the lobsters and clambakes.

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