Those with a limitless budget may aim to create an unforgettable wedding experience. Exotic locations, famous party planners and extravagant décor offer plenty of inspiration for those with a lavish budget.
Here are five wedding ideas for couples who want to satisfy that urge to splurge.
1. Hit the Beach
Jet off to some luxe destination for a private ceremony on the beach. Put everyone up in a private bungalow. Create a weeklong celebration full of wine, food and excess. The ideas for excess are endless, The Knot notes
. The website highlighted a Los Cabos, Mexico, wedding by event planner and TV personality Colin Cowie that featured a floating ceremony within an infinity pool.
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2. Book an Exotic Venue
Rent a massive, historic and iconic venue. You want second base at Yankee Stadium. It's probably available — at a cost. Before selecting a wedding venue, make a checklist of questions to ensure the place fits your needs, A Practical Wedding suggested
. Some things to consider are the venue’s availability, capacity, layout, restrictions and general feel.
3. Hire a Star
Famous wedding planners like Preston Bailey, Colin Cowie and Mindy Weiss are dreammakers who can deliver everything custom, from flowers, to lighting to design, that you could desire — all over the world. Websites like Pinterest offer photos
and examples of extravagant weddings they have planned.
4. Charter a Yacht
Charter a luxury yacht and head out to the ocean or even overseas for a luxe wedding date, like those provided by YachtWedding
. The company offers opportunities for intimate ceremonies or large parties, and newlyweds can honeymoon with captain and crew at their service.
5. Select a Luxury Hotel
Forbes' list of 10 luxury hotels
for weddings highlights upscale venues fitting a variety of styles. From Scottsdale, Arizona's Phoenician resort to Florida's classic Breakers hotel in Palm Beach, the options offer extravagance.
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