Destination wedding in Russia
During our time together planning the perfect wedding in Russia, we will help you incorporate the best of local culture along with details unique to you. Enjoy traditional cuisine one night to give your guests a purely Russian experience.
Wedding in Moscow
A wedding in Moscow, the majestic and historic capital of Russia, is the perfect place to hold a fairytale celebration. Known for its art, music, history and architecture, Moscow is one of the world’s great cities, offering some of the most breathtaking scenery anywhere. Serviced by two major international airports, once your guests have secured a visa from their home countries granting permission to travel to Russia for your Moscow destination wedding, it is as easy to get here as it is to any other major metropolis. You can arrange accommodations in small private boutique hotels, familiar business class properties, or world-class hotel resorts. Moscow wedding venues include dramatic hotel ballroom complete with crystal chandeliers and a hotel rooftop overlooking Red Square. You could take an intimate river cruise through the city on a luxury yacht, or escape to the picturesque natural beauty of Moscow’s pine forest. Celebrate with your guests in a restaurant, in a café or at a riverside inn.
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Wedding in Saint Petersburg
Grandeur, opulence and elegance – words that so easily and accurately describe Russia’s Imperial capital: Saint Petersburg.Once home of the Tsars, it was designed by the most talented architects of its era, and looks much the same today as it did in its glory days. 342 bridges span St. Petersburg’s scenic canals, giving it the nickname “Venice of the North.” If you have dreamed of a lavish celebration worthy of royalty, a wedding in St. Petersburg is exactly your style.
No other city in Russia has given the world so many contributions of art, architecture and literature quite like St. Petersburg. Checkhov, Dostoyevsky, Tchaikovsky and the romantic poet Pushkin all called it home, and today one of the world’s largest collections of art and antiquities, The Hermitage, located on the site of the original Winter Palace, welcomes visitors from around the world and throughout the year. Lovers of history can choose from many different St. Petersburg wedding venues, including the elaborate St. Petersburg Opera, an island fortress, or an early 19th century rose pavilion.