Marriage is an important sacrament of the Church, and two practising Catholics would normally want their marriage to be solemnised during a nuptial Mass, recognising the full beauty and significance of the occasion in the eyes of God and man.
Knowing and deciding the exact place abroad where you want to get married is a good starting point. Identify which particular church the ceremony will take place. In most cases, a stay of about 1 month is needed before marriages can be officiated in a Parish overseas.
Anthea Gerrie of CNNgo.com further helps couples in deciding on the perfect place to get married in abroad and puts Indonesia at the top of her list (“Where to Get Married: World’s Best Wedding Venues”). She mentioned that this Asian country’s Ayana Resort is a recommended wedding venue because this lets the couple indulge in a “breathtaking villa location complete with wedding gazebo for the ceremony”.
Read an excerpt of her article below:
There’s a choice of traditional Balinese or contemporary wedding decor, and the package also includes tropical flowers, a rose petal cascade, four Balinese bridesmaids, 60 canapés and 50 tropical drinks. Acapella music throughout the ceremony is also provided.?
Catch the rest of her article here, and decide which particular country you’d like to hold your destination wedding!