What You Need to Know About Wedding Planning in Thailand – Celebrate Your Love in Style | My Romantic Travel

What You Need to Know About Wedding Planning in Thailand – Celebrate Your Love in Style

Thailand is not only an ideal destination to enjoy sightseeing but also host a magical wedding. Below, you will find a quick look at some aspects which you should know before you tie the knot here.

The Location & Venue

When planning a wedding in Thailand, it’s important to select a location that suits your preferences and budget. Whether you want a beachside ceremony in Koh Samui, an intimate event in Bangkok or a gala celebration at wedding venues in Khon Kaen, Thailand has a wide range of options to choose from. For added convenience, stay at a hotel which will offer the venue along with catering and entertainment options too.

Image via Avani Khon Kaen Hotel & Convention Centre

A Local Wedding Planner

Hiring a local wedding planner can be very helpful; they can assist with language barriers, cultural differences, and logistics, making your wedding planning process smoother and less stressful. For more convenience, you can host your special day at accommodation providers like Avani Khon Kaen Hotel & Convention Centre which apart from offering a suitable venue, will help you plan and customize the wedding of your dreams.

Local Customs

Thailand has many unique customs and traditions that can add an authentic touch to your wedding. You may want to include some local elements, such as traditional Thai clothing or Buddhist blessings, to create a memorable experience for you and your guests. You can additionally look to incorporate local dishes into your wedding menu which will add a unique touch to your celebration.

The Weather

Thailand has a tropical climate with hot and humid weather throughout the year. Be sure to plan for the heat by providing shade and plenty of refreshments especially if the ceremony is being held outdoors. You may also want to consider holding your wedding ceremony and reception indoors or during the cooler months; for beach weddings, sunrise or sunset offer enchanting backdrops, while the heat will be less too.