8 Favorite Destination Wedding Ceremony Locations Around the World
St. John's Anglican Church, Harbor Island, Bahamas
A sweet pink building with white shutters, St. John's has been around since 1768; it might just be the oldest church in the Bahamas. One thing's for sure: its cotton-candy hue matches Harbour Island's famous pink-sand beach. For more information, call 242-337-1566.
Mision de San Jose del Cabo Anuiti, Los Cabos, Mexico
Located in the main square of San Jose del Cabo (east of Cabo San Lucas), the bell-towered Mision de San Jose del Cabo Anuiti is a traditional Catholic church, altar and all.
Jnane Tamsna Resort, Marrakech, Morocco
The Jnane Tamsna Resort boutique hotel, reminiscent of a private villa, offers several scenic spots to exchange vow,s including alfresco in the organic gardens or inside under Moorish-arched ceilings. Here, a couple marrying poolside lined the aisle with Moroccan rugs.
Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas
At Sandals Emerald Bay, beach weddings have a killer built-in backdrop: the turquoise sea. Another perk? You can let Martha Stewart Weddings do all the planning. Choose one of several packages -- from a natural orchid-filled theme to a romantic motif with pink lanterns and butterflies -- and practically all you need to do is show up.
Magdalene College Chapel, Cambridge, England
Built in the 1470s, the chapel on Cambridge University's Magdalene College's campus comes with its own noteworthy congregant -- C.S. Lewis (of "The Chronicles of Narnia" fame) worshipped here when he was a professor.
Duomo di Orvieto, Orvieto, Italy
To say "I do" in Italia, consider the Duomo di Orvieto, a 14th-century cathedral replete with both Gothic and Romanesque architecture in southwestern Umbria.
Cathedrale Sainte Marie, St-Bertrand-de-Comminges, France
The stately Cathedrale Sainte Marie, well known for its stunning stained-glass windows, is a beloved landmark of the medieval village in which it's nestled.
Trinity College Chapel, Toronto
You don't have to be an alumnus to appreciate the 47-foot-high vaulted ceilings and stained-glass windows of the Trinity College Chapel in Toronto.