Modern Day Wedding Abroad Creates Memories That Last A Lifetime

modern day wedding

Your modern day wedding abroad seems like a pretty easy sell, right? And like many other couples it’s a dream of a lifetime. But before you set your heart on a luxurious venue in the heart of Amsterdam consider the costs of planning your wedding.

Another thing, there are several reasons why my clients choose for a wedding abroad instead of tying the knot in their own country. Firstly, they like the idea of having an exclusive ceremony aboard a boat in Amsterdam. And here are two other reasons that appeal to many brides and grooms to be. The couples either have relatives living in Holland, strong family ties or childhood memories of the city that they want to recapture.

So, to get back to my question is it worth paying the premium for your big day? And how do you envision your wedding abroad? Well, if you don’t know, no worries. Let a travel expert with years of experience of handling destination weddings book your trip to Holland.  Then arrange your modern day wedding with the below tips. Keep reading.

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Waldorf Astoria Hotel Amsterdam

1. Twenty-first century nuptials

It’s a fact that a modern day wedding abroad takes your twenty-first century nuptials to the next level. On top of that, you can still add your style and theme to the celebratory setting. And together with your chosen location in Holland, the on-site planners will concentrate on designing your dream wedding. Then, you can focus on the other bits.

2. Modern day wedding in Holland

Secondly Dutch local authorities only marry Dutch citizens. Or they issue a marriage certificate, if their partner is a legal resident of the Netherlands. And if you desire to marry in Holland, the Dutch Immigration Service does not grant resident status solely for the purpose of marriage. — US Embassy and Consulate in the Netherlands,

3. The yummy brigadeiro wedding dessert

Thirdly, the coolest new wedding dessert trend is the brigadeiro. Similar to a truffel or bonbon, this modern day alternative to the towering cake is delicious. In recent years, foreign brides and grooms are getting a lot more creative with the tasty sweets they offer to their guests. So, order your brigadeiro per guest – start price €1. You might thinks it’s pricey, but it’s delicious and worth every penny.

4. The Dutch church wedding venue

In addition, getting a blessing at the church makes your wedding abroad more authentic, special and unique. So, find a hotel with a venue and chapel within walking distance. The rates for renting the space can cost on average between €500 and €6750 inclusive food, music, entertainment and accommodation.

beautiful blue sky and church tower in Amsterdam

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5. Wedding attire

Although your wedding outfits and accessories can be a little less reserved. They don’t have to be extortionate. However, if you want cutting edge design in men’s groom suits and bridal dresses then you could pay between €295 to €2.000 for the right attire. Plus, fork out quite a bit for exclusive shoes, underwear and corresponding multipurpose embellishments.

5. Special wedding hotels 

Last but not least, you can find lots of ideas online for your wedding abroad. Your chosen country, whether it be Holland or not represents your personalities and relationship. And the best news is…family and friends can join you and celebrate one of the biggest days of your life.

Over to you…

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About Clover Jean: Hi, I'm Clover Jean, a bespoke wedding and commitment ceremonies celebrant. I love life, laughter and having a good time. I’m a sucker for great relationships and TLC wedding series! Get in touch, like, share my personal Facebook page and sign-up to my newsletters. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

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