has a diverse and beautiful landscape with mountains, forests, deserts,
lakes and a striking coastline all making it a beautiful setting in which to
have a wedding abroad. Perhaps you like the idea of getting married in a
vineyard in the Napa Valley surrounded by wine and friends with a
magnificent view over the rolling hills covered with vines? Or maybe a city
wedding in San Francisco is more your style? Take a cable car to your
wedding instead of a limo, and marry with the Bay behind you (hopefully
without fog hiding the view!).
Honeymoon options are vast here too, you could drive the famous Route 101
from San Francisco to Los Angeles (or vice versa) along the coast and stop
off along the way. Monterey and Santa Barbara are just two of the many towns
dotted along the coast where you could celebrate your marriage (or even get
married if you'd like somewhere for just the two of you).
Alternatively, southern California makes a
completely different wedding destination to the north. Sprawling Los Angeles
is not an ideal wedding choice (the city that is), but the towns along its
coast are ideal for a laid back, relaxed ceremony on the beach, or in a
venue overlooking the sea. How about joining the locals in Venice Beach and
rollerblading to your wedding?!
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Even further south, the beaches and parks around San Diego also make
a fabulous wedding choice, you could exchange vows with the cityscape behind
you, or face the Pacific, with nothing but waves beyond. As you can see,
it's easy to get married in California – just more difficult to decide