Wedding travel

Bellagio, Las Vegas We chose to get married abroad so our closest friends could celebrate with us for a whole week rather than just one day. Las Vegas is so different, has something for everyone and isn’t too expensive. I tied the knot at Rocky’s, an ultra-romantic resort. Our wedding coordinator made it easy to organise and everything was tailored to what we wanted. In the days leading up to the wedding we met with the celebrant, had hair and make-up trials, and picked our photographer and videographer. We said our vows on the beach in a secluded cove as the sun set. There was amazing attention to detail – a barrier of poles and reeds in the sand, a beautiful arch and sala, an aisle of flower petals and banana cones of rose petals for the guests. It was so relaxed, so romantic ... so perfect!
The evening reception was a Thai banquet buffet in a private room with terrace. Staff made sure it all ran smoothly and the party went on all night. I’d recommend getting married in Thailand. It’s stress-free, romantic, beautiful and personal – simply perfect. Royal wedding: Travel plans advice Continue reading the main story A limited edition Oyster card has been produced to mark the occasion People intending to travel into central London on the day of the royal wedding are being advised of a raft of travel measures that will be in place. Transport for London said staff would work "flat-out" to ensure well-wishers' plans were not affected by road closures and diversions on 29 April. Roads along the route of the wedding procession will be shut but the congestion charge will not operate. All Tube lines will run but stations may shut to avoid overcrowding.