As wedding season begins we’ve discussed hair, makeup, wedding decor and even wedding card ideas for the same. Time to discuss the bigger things now—the wedding location. Does a grand wedding in an old, rustic palace in Rajasthan sound like a dream or would you rather something a little more offbeat? You’re only going to tie the knot once so make it count. Here are a few ideas of unconventional wedding locations to consider, that are just as beautiful (if not more), that are likely to make you wonder ‘What if I got married here…’
 

Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur, Rajasthan

All those stories you read as a kid about princesses being rescued from castles secretly made you want a castle story of your own someday—making the havelis of Jaipur the perfect location to relive the saga of rescuing and rescuing right back.

 

Havelock Island, Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Havelock Island, Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Fancy yourself a beach wedding but Goa seems to mainstream? Thank the Havelock island! The skies are bluer, the waters’ greener and the pollution’s lesser. If you’re from a bustling metropolitan city, this ought to sound dream-like to you.

 

Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Think of it—could there be a better place for two lovers to tie the knot than in the land that holds the greatest symbol of love—The Taj Mahal? A little difficult, right? Same feels. The wedding vows would only feel complete with a backdrop of this breathtaking wonder of the world.

 

Hyderabad, Telangana

Hyderabad, Telangana

Located in the City of Nawabs, the Taj Falaknuma Palace is the remnants of an actual palace that’s been converted for couples who’d like to feel like royalty on their big day—just like Arpita Khan, who tied the knot with beau Aayush Sharma here. Sure you must remember the hype?

 

Bengaluru, Karnataka

Bengaluru, Karnataka

Not the first to come to mind when thinking wedding destinations but we’re talking unconventional here, aren’t we? The Bangalore Palace tends to be overshadowed by the castles and palaces up north, but one glance at it and you’ll know just why it still stands a chance.

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