Weddings and Honeymoons in Armenia
Armenia is the perfect destination for your wedding day as well as your honeymoon. Don't miss out on the chance to impress your guests and celebrate your beautiful union.
Your Wedding in Armenia
Armenia – a country of celebration and heartfelt warmth. On the land of a thousand churches, marriage is a sacred and fun reason to get together with your closest family and friends to celebrate. This sacred day should be celebrated in a way that brings to life all your sacred dreams and fantasies. Your wedding day should be special for both you and your partner in order to honor the celebration of your union. Whether you want a more traditional wedding or something more offbeat, you can find a way to make your special day unique for both of you in Armenia.
Perfect Locations for Your Wedding
There are many large restaurants and wedding halls throughout the country to comfortably host your wedding party and guests. Catering will be a breeze as many caterers and restaurants are accustomed to preparing large quantities of food to accommodate all type of parties. There are also various bakeries that will create unique and stunning wedding cakes that will wow your guests. Take the time to choose the most delicious foods to be paired with the fun you and your guests will have.
Armenia is a country of churches and monasteries: some ancient, some new, but all perfect for your wedding day. You can choose to explore the unique cultural heritage of Armenia by choosing a historical venue to hold your wedding in. If you wish for something more modern and unconventional, you can always go for a wedding in a farmhouse somewhere in the countryside. There are both perfect urban locations and venues in the heart of the nature. It all depends on what you wish for.
Affordability of Armenia
Planning the wedding is stressful on its own, yet the thought about the prices of it all may drive everyone involved go crazy. Armenia is amazing place to hold a wedding, not only in the sense of landscapes, venues and food, but also its very low cost friendly. You will save up immensely as compared to if you decided to celebrate your wedding in other European countries.
Hair and makeup for the bride and wedding party should be no problem, as every block in Yerevan has stylish and affordable salons that will make the act of dressing up fun and relaxing for everyone involved.
Traditional Armenian Weddings
Armenians are very fond of preserving ancient traditions and as traditional Armenian weddings happen to be the heart of it all, the best wedding traditions are preserved to this day. There are many local wedding agencies that allow you to travel back in time into the ancient Armenia for your special day. The celebration is completely unique and incorporates many elements of Armenian culture both in the ceremonial parts and the celebration parts. You or your future wife will have the chance to wear the traditional Armenian wedding gown and jewelry. There will be many games for everyone involved as well as endless row of delicious dishes.
Your Honeymoon in Armenia
Whether you plan your honeymoon for the summer or winter, there are plenty of activities for you and your partner to enjoy together. Enjoy the summer sun on the shores of Lake Sevan, and take a dip in the silky waters to cool off from the heat. You can rent paddle boats and skis for some added adventure. If you're more into winter sports, spend your time in Tsaghkadzor skiing and tubing on the crystal white snow hills.
Armenia has a lot to offer for those adventurous couples. The picturesque Armenian landscapes are perfect for hiking, zip-lining, and paragliding to get your heart rates going. There’s nothing more romantic than discovering and exploring new places together.
Armenia has also a lot to offer for the people looking forward to simply relaxing after the stressful planning of the wedding. Whether in an urban environment of the capital Yerevan or somewhere in the countryside, you’ll find the perfect peace with your partner and the needed detachment from the rest of the world.
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