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Firstly I wish you warm congratulations, getting married is one of the most special and exciting moments for every couple and as a married man I know exactly how perfect it needs to be!


When you’re sipping a glass of champagne watching the sun set over the crystal clear waters of Malta reflecting on the best day of your life, you’ll know you couldn’t have chosen a better destination than Malta. With fresh, local, expertly cooked Mediterranean food, impeccable service, breathtaking beauty and excellent weather – a wedding anywhere else seems to spite itself!


The Truly Mediterranean Islands of Malta and Gozo provide the ideal back drop to every wedding, with year-round sunshine, azure waters and luxurious resorts. In Maltese culture, marriages are lavish affairs, but whether you’re planning a laidback do for close family or a spectacular affair for 200, any wedding held in Malta will be one to remember. Boasting around 365 beautiful churches dotted around the Islands, Malta is an ideal destination for those desiring a religious wedding. Of course if your ideal nuptials are more, chic cocktails at cosmopolitan hotels, bare foot romance on the beach or old world charm there is a wide choice of licenced venues, all of which are set to inspire and delight. The grandiose will love one of the


grand baroque palaces with stunning Gardens or those preferring something more rustic can choose a beautiful farmhouse set in the quaint countryside of Gozo. For nature lovers, Malta’s beautiful sandy beaches provide a location like no other, with the warm Mediterranean lapping at your feet.


We know that the decision of how and where to get married is one of the most important you’ll ever make and want to let you know that choosing Malta as a destination, you can rest assured that no task will be too big or small to ensure the perfect ceremony, celebration or honeymoon.


Alex Incorvaja Director UK & Ireland


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