Destination weddings have become a trend today. We see people arranging for weddings in various places of India like Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Goa, Kerala backwaters, Lavasa, Hyderabad, and Mussoorie. Do you want to opt for these common destination wedding venues for your wedding too, or something more awesome? If “distinctive” is what you want your wedding to be, go just a little farther from India, into the Bay of Bengal, and plan your destination wedding at the Andaman Island. You can have a mesmerizing wedding against the backdrop of the white beaches, crashing crystal clear waves, and cool hues; and make it a tale for a lifetime! And, Andaman is not just one place; you have amazing options to choose from the multiple islands that connect together to for one big Andaman. But, Port Blair and Havelock Island steal the limelight.
Port Blair, the capital of Andaman, has wonderful resorts to arrange for the perfect wedding and accommodation. Couples can take their vows against amazing beach backdrops with breathtaking turquoise sea views. Make your dream wedding a real one at Port Blair!
Located few kilometers away from Prot Blair, the Havelock Island presents a perfect setting for couples to exchange vows and celebrate their wedding on the beach. The stunning view of white sand beaches and different water shades of blue offer the ideal set up. You can also arrange for the finest seafood and best accommodation facilities at premium resorts in Havelock Island for your guests.
Although it could prove to be the perfect destination wedding venue, there are a few things you must consider before planning a wedding in Andaman. First and foremost, you must not have a group of more than 50-60 people invited for the wedding, as the facilities for accommodation at the island are limited. Also, the décor and flower arrangements that you can get elsewhere may not be as fancy and diverse in Andaman, again because of limitations. However, other wedding settings and food and liquor are available of the finest quality. Also, all kinds of religious rituals can be arranged for at the island easily.
With all the above mentioned limitations, and others like in transportations, ferries, restaurants, etc., you will have to plan for your wedding at least 3-4 months in advance so that all your bookings and planning can be done appropriately. If you are short of time for your wedding, or have started planning very late for it, a wedding in Andaman will not be advisable.
So, if you are planning for a wedding in Andaman, you can get in touch with Andaman Holiday Packages, and we will help you with all possible arrangements and operations.