Some destination wedding photos don't even do the destination justice, and this is one of those places. Get lost in the mountains, or take it easy on an Alaskan cruise. And forget what you've heard about it always being cold. Plan your wedding during Alaska's warmer months, May-September.
Say aloha to your new favorite place. Seriously. Between the beautiful volcanoes, miles of white (and black) sandy beaches and great hospitality, you and your guests won't want to go home.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Cabo has consistently been rated as one of Mexico's top five tourist destinations. Making it the perfect place to say to exchange vows. But just in case you need more convincing, just look at this photo.
Amalfi Coast, Italy
Are you all about getting perfect destination wedding photos? Look no further. Rome, Verona and Milan get a lot of love, but the Amalfi Coast is the perfect romantic wedding destination for an adventurous couple.
Anywhere in Colorado
Great destination wedding photos don't just come from international locales. If you don't have the budget for nuptials abroad, consider Colorado. There's something for everyone; the city (Denver), the mountains (Estes Park) and lake views (Breckenridge).
Enjoy beautiful beaches, rich culture and delicious food all without a passport. Since it's a United States territory, U.S. citizens can visit Puerto Rico the same way as any other domestic destination.
Only SoCal can bring you sweeping ocean views and mountains at the same time with the best weather year-round. Plus, you're a short drive from city views, too. Do we really need to say more?
St. Lucia may be a tiny island in the eastern Caribbean, but it's full of people with big personalities! If you're looking for a low pressure destination, where you and your guests can relax on the beach, this is the place for you.
Jamaica didn't only produce the world's fastest man, they're also known for their killer music and tasty rum-filled drinks. So after your wedding you can sit back and drink up.
If the perfectly cool temperatures don't sell you (Barcelona is generally 50 degrees in the winter and 80 in the summer) then the stunning architecture, warm welcomes from locals, and scrumptious food definitely will!