The sight of a horse drawn carriage trotting down a road Medieval Maltese streets is like no other. This was to be a beautiful destination wedding that was romantic, unconventional and so very very chic.
Wedding ceremonies by the sea, offer a unique opportunity to share your wedding vows with nature. Tying the knot overlooking the blue Mediterranean sea with the sound of the waves in the background is a very beautiful experience.
Intimate weddings are truly something amazing. They are intentional, personal, and relaxed. Veronica and I had a small, intimate wedding ourselves, so not only do we understand the sentiment, but we also value the experience.
Movie lovers, Becky & Oli decided to have their destination wedding on the tiny sunny island of Malta. Inviting their family and guests to meet them in Malta to celebrate their wedding with them was a perfect compromise between the UK and UAE with not a cloud in the sky.
Maltese expats Alberta and Kostantin now live & work in the Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. They returned to their beloved Malta to celebrate their marriage with their Maltese families and friends, including many international guests arriving for the BIG day from Dubai itself.
The day was a blast and Kim & Charles's infectious sense of fun and humour spread to everyone present celebrating their day with them. They are such a beautiful couple who are truly full of love for one another.
A Fantastic Four Wedding: St Julians, Attard, Mdina & San Gwann.
Unlike most foreign couples wanting to get married in Malta, Deirdre & Jon from Headford in Country Galway, Ireland, decided that their wedding day would be in 4 different locations in the north of Malta.