Maryam Nafees and Arman Setting Bars for Destination Wedding

Maryam Nafees, Arman, Destination Wedding

Destination weddings are so in trend now. A wedding is a one-time joy. People celebrate it, enjoy it and plan it. Planning a wedding is a task itself and if it’s a destination wedding we can’t even imagine. These weddings are a trend nowadays, from celebrities to the common people.

A wedding is like an adventure, people plan their adventures. To have one’s wedding in a designated place is fun as well a big deal, If one is opting to do so, they certainly have some kind of affiliation from that place. Whether emotional or physical. To feel connected to that specific geographic area they’re ready to go through all the troubles.

Many couples want to have a fairytale, picturesque, breathtaking type of wedding. Bollywood set this new fad in the town of having destination weddings. They plan their weddings to the most exotic destinations in the most glamorous of ways.

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Celebrity Couples Who Had the Best Destination Wedding

The couples who had the best destination weddings, and the couples who are trendsetters of it include Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas. They are the first couple you’d think about when talking about these weddings. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas had their wedding in Udaipur with tons of celebrities invited. They had both Catholic and Indian-style weddings.

Later, there was Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh. They were married in a two-day ceremony in Italy. Also, Preity Zinta and Gene Goodenough had a destination wedding in Los Angeles. Lastly, the dreamy couple Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma had a wedding in Tuscany, Italy.

Pakistani couple Mariyam Nafees and Armaan got married in Swat Valley. It was a drool-worthy setting and a beautiful, scenic wedding. The celebrity shared the pictures and made us awestruck. Hence, trendsetters made it a dream for many couples to have an exquisite, scenic destination wedding.

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