Pangulasian Island, Philippines
Tying the knot on the island voted as the best in the world is one way to make an impression on your big day. Theis eco-resort has its own part of Bacuit Bay meaning couples can enjoy a pure white beach leading onto corals on one side with a rainforest backdrop on the other.
Belmond Sant’ Andrea, Sicily
This hotel consists of a 19th-century villa as well as an incredible backdrop for anyone looking for a beach wedding. The beach is nestled down within the rocks of the area meaning couples will have the place to themselves as they enjoy seafood platters and music from local musicians.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Fiji
It’s one thing to get married on the beach. It’s another to have the beach as the entrance to your grand wedding held over the water. That’s right; here, couples can say their “I dos” on a deck suspended over the incredible reef lying underneath. The best bit? The resort can even supply a traditional Fiji wedding outfit if you want to fit the part.
Montage Kapalua Bay, Hawaii
Hawaii has been a dream location for many couples looking to plan a beach wedding. However, the Montage Kapalua Bay takes things one step further. The wedding arch is positioned above the crashing waves while the staff work hard to make sure that all the romance from the island is brought together in your ceremony for the ultimate wedding.
The Mulia, Bali
Sure, Bali is known for its stunning scenery, but things get better. Couples can now marry in an airconditioned glass chapel that overlooks the beach for a wedding with a twist. If you want to get closer to the water, there are also ceremonies that incorporate the beach lit by the night sky, too.
Celebrities do it, so why can’t we? The most beautiful beaches in the world to get married on are certainly enough to offer up plenty of inspiration for a water-front ceremony.