Fairytale Castles To Fun Treehouses: 7 Places For Magical Wedding Pictures
Mussenden Temple, Northern Ireland
This stunning temple, built in 1785, is perched atop a grassy cliff in Castlerock in Country Londonderry, where you’ll get wonderful views of the Atlantic Ocean. It’s also licensed to hold civil wedding ceremonies.
Image: Downhill Demesne & Mussenden Temple – National Trust’s Facebook
The Lodge on Loch Goil, Scotland
A charming Victorian country house with 7 luxurious bedrooms as well as a separate treehouse, it’s located right next to the shimmering lake, with scenic views of the beautiful mountains.
Visit http://thelodge-scotland.com/. Image: The Loch On Loch Goil’s Facebook
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
If the 19th-century castle looks familiar, that’s because it served as the inspiration for Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. Weddings aren’t allowed in the palace itself, which is located in the Bavarian alps, but couples can have their celebrations, as well as take their bridal portraits at several locations nearby with the view of the castle.
It’s home to nine Tibetan villages as well a popular photography spot for many Chinese couples, and with good reason. The crystal clear lakes, majestic waterfalls and mystical surroundings look like they came right out of a Chinese painting.
Visit www.jiuzhai.com. Image: Jiu Zhai Valley National Park’s Facebook
Bran Castle, Transylvania, Romania
The hilltop fortress might be called Dracula’s Castle (Bram Stoker’s iconic novel was loosely inspired by this castle) but the majestic facade hasn’t stopped couples from using it as a backdrop for romantic wedding photos.
Every year, from late April to early May, parts of the Hallerbos or Halle forest in Belgium are covered in a carpet of bluebell flowers, evoking an otherworldly charm.
Wisteria Tunnel, Kitakyushu, Japan
This pastel-hued tunnel is located in the Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan. The best time to visit is between late April to early May, where the wisteria blooms (20 different species, which accounts for the remarkable myriad of colours) are at their most beautiful.