Weddings in India have always been a larger than life saga. Hence, to create this epic, many people opt for exotic locales, like cool beaches, royal palaces and exquisite venues to say ‘I do’.
In India, several such grand and glorious venue options are available and various wedding planners will vouch in for their ability to hold luxurious weddings with full grandeur. People for whom budget is not a constraint, seek these most expensive wedding venues in India to tie the knot.
Let us take a sneak peek into a few venues that are known to be the most expensive ones.
This photo of The Leela Goa is courtesy of TripAdvisor
Goa, the land of beaches is not just ideal for planning a catholic wedding, but Hindu weddings can also be brightened up here. The Leela resorts in Goa have remained pioneers in planning and arranging grand weddings. The Leela is located on the picturesque and secluded Morbor beach, in south Goa.
This photo of City Palace of Udaipur is courtesy of TripAdvisor
Wedding in Udaipur’s City palace complex is nothing short of a fairy tale. If at all you plan to have your dream like wedding in here, the organizers will be none other than the royal house of Mewar and the event planners will be HRH group of hotels. In fact, the royal family of Mewar were the ones to think about destination weddings in India and have successfully managed to complete a decade of organizing such weddings.
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Situated in the middle of the famous lake Pichola, Jag Mandir is the hot favourite in planning weddings, but for other events as well. It is one of the most sought out wedding destinations of Rajasthan. The lake adds to the romantic atmosphere and has a touch of exclusivity about it.
This photo of Umaid Bhawan Palace Jodhpur is courtesy of TripAdvisor
The Umaid Bhavan has a beautiful scenic view as it is located on the hilltop location, overlooking the picturesque Jodhpur. Although, they have high budget for planning lavish weddings, but it will be one of memorable ones. They are into the business for the last 15 years.
This photo of Taj Rambagh Palace is courtesy of TripAdvisor
Jaipur is a land offering various grand wedding destinations. In fact, based on the preference of the elite section of the society, not one, but three wedding destinations have been approved to hold lavish and royal weddings in India. These are ornate and royal palaces, which now have been transformed into wedding destinations.
This photo of Madhuban Resort & Spa is courtesy of TripAdvisor
Gujarat is the land of colours and traditions. Hence, when it comes to arranging weddings, they do not stay behind in creating beautiful and colourful weddings. Madhuban resort and spa in Anand is a wedding destination for the who’s who of business and industrial community. Couples, opting to tie the knot in luxury and tradition, opt for this resort.
Remember Band Baja Baraat! Yes, Sainik farms is known for hosting grand and gala weddings for the affluent class of Delhi. There is no doubt that the high class society of Delhi and adjoining regions prefer the place for weddings and several other functions.
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A quiet and picturesque wedding is all that you want? Then no other place is better than Zuri Kumarakom near Alleppey in Kerala. It is not just luxurious and flamboyant with its wedding arrangements, but offers a wondrous view of a tropical setting along the banks of a lake, fringed with coconut palms.
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