Choosing the right location is just as important as choosing
the right theme when it comes to planning a wedding –
sometimes even more so! A unique and unusual location
can make your wedding stand out, creating a memorable
experience that everyone present will cherish for years to
come. Today, we’ll share with you our top 5 unusual
wedding locations that will make your special day truly
1. Underwater wedding
Want something truly one-of-a-kind? Underwater weddings are one of the most unusual wedding locations –
albeit a bit hard to organize. But just imagine exchanging vows while surrounded by the beautiful ocean and its
vibrant inhabitants. You can have a scuba-certified minister perform the ceremony, or if you don’t want to get
yourself and your guests wet, you can choose an underwater wedding venue
2. Historic monuments
Castles, palaces, and old mansions make for excellent wedding locations with a unique, royal vibe. If you’re
making a themed wedding, places like Bran Castle – or Dracula’s Castle – can be the majestic place you’ve been
How much does a Bran Castle wedding cost? Less than you would think!
3. Lighthouse wedding
For the couple who love the sea, a lighthouse wedding offers a unique and picturesque setting. Exchange your
vows with the sound of crashing waves in the background and take advantage of the stunning views from the
top of the lighthouse. You can then have a reception at the beach, or rent a nearby yacht.
4. Treehouse wedding
For a rustic and intimate ceremony, a treehouse wedding offers a unique and enchanting setting. As you’re
surrounded by nature, you will be married in a secluded and peaceful location, with a possible outdoor
reception nearby (partying on top of a treehouse platform might not be the best idea, unless it’s well-secured).
5. Hot air balloon wedding
If you’re daring, why not go for a hot air balloon? For the most adventurous couples, a hot air balloon wedding
offers a unique and unforgettable experience. Exchange vows while soaring high above the clouds, with
stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Your guests can watch the moment itself from a display on the
ground, where you’ll later join them for the reception.