Our Awesome Beach Wedding in Maldives

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One dude meet by chance a woman and they figure out more things in common than they could imagine. Same city, musical taste, sports preferences and the addiction to explore the world. This could be the beginning of a new hollywood movie but is just how our lives together began.

 beach wedding crew

Long story short, everything that is good, should be remembered forever. With that in mind, we decide to celebrate our journey in an unique way: renew our votes on an awesome beach wedding in Maldives!

Starring a paradise beach as main stage, under a blue (with one or two clouds) sky and a hypnotic turquoise sea that hurt your eyes. Our guests were not relatives nor friends. Random people that we met by that time, days before our beach wedding.

 beach wedding guests

Celebrate a beach wedding on those incredible islands could be easier than you think. Considering that your trip to Maldives is already planed and the ceremony will be a plus. Most part of the resorts offers several wedding packages.

Everything is included and you can add more according to your budget. Your beach wedding could be “basic”, with a spa preparation, photograph, cake and champagne. Or a very luxury one ending with a dinner and private chef on an exclusive beach.

 beach wedding

Once on Conrad Maldives we have three kinds of ceremonies to choose. In a chapel, on the underwater restaurant or a beach wedding. Off course we got the last one, which also included a tour on a typical Maldivian boat so called Dhoni.

Just like all weddings, the big day could be a bit stressful (for the bride, off course). While I was sleeping, snorkeling and relaxing by the beach. The poor lady was locked in a spa doing all the beauty rituals.

 beach wedding ritual


 beach wedding bride

Our beach wedding started on time. A club car arrived at our Villa and took us to the ceremony location. We met our photograph, specialist on marine life, that on the spare time also likes to register happy human couples.

The car drop us close to the beach, in a middle of a group of people whose I didn’t remember sent an invitation. Turns out they were responsible to start our ceremony on a very peculiar manner. While the bride was carried on a hammock on their shoulders, I was in charge of lead the way to the altar.

 beach wedding rings

When we reached the sand we could see the pretty decoration, with nothing extravagant, but in harmony with the natural beauties. Our guests were waiting for us together with the resort crew and a judge to seal our votes.

 beach wedding rings

He has an amazing speech, with several metaphors and symbols. A flame of love that we should take care to light forever, a blanket to keep us cozy and together, just like flower collars and, our wedding rings. Everything to prepare us for the I do moment and the kiss. From now on, we are one!

 beach wedding conrad

With the end of the ceremony and a petals rain provided by our guests, It was time to start the party at our beach wedding. Cake, beverages and the bouquet were served. There were no DJ but a group of boduberu players in charge of the soundtrack. Entertainment enough to distract everyone while we left for our romantic tour on the Indic Ocean.

 beach wedding maldives

Unfortunately a storm started to form on the horizon and we had to suspend our boat trip on the middle of the ride. But that was nothing compared to the outstanding experience we had on that beach wedding. Renew your votes or any other kind of celebration is always magical when you are travelling, but a paradise as stage can make it unforgettable.

 beach wedding

  • More information regarding our beach wedding in Maldives on the Conrad website.
  • Watch out for other resorts and suspicious offers to avoid situations like this.

Have you ever think about marry on a paradise island? Or even renewed your votes while you were traveling? Let us know on the comments below!

  • Higor | Jan 11, 2015 at 14:52

    Muito bonito! Parabéns.

  • Ralph | Dec 1, 2017 at 07:29

    Thank you. We still remember this day with joy!

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