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destination with great weather, nice people and a variety of activities to please newlyweds. From the chilled- out Florida Keys to the fast-paced Orlando, there is something for all kinds of person,” he says. Talbot adds that the wide range

of charter flights from Florida’s regional airports and affordable accommodation make it easier for couples looking to invite a large number of guests from home. Book it: Funway offers seven nights at five-star The Reach, A Waldorf Astoria Resort from £1,389pp with flights from Heathrow based on a January 24, 2017 departure. Agents need to work directly with the hotel on the wedding.

Hot new tip The Caribbean has a longstanding tradition of being an ideal wedding destination on account of its white- sand beaches, azure seas and temperate climate, says Talbot. He reveals that because of high demand, Funway has also expanded its product range into Antigua, adding: “Like most of the Caribbean, Antigua is a fairly easy place to have a destination wedding because of the relaxed legal marriage requirements.” Talbot recommends couples check

out St James’s Club & Villas, which was added to Funway’s catalogue of properties in August. “Set on a secluded 100-acre peninsula on the south-east coast, the all-inclusive resort offers stunning facilities and its own professional wedding planners. The Hibiscus Gazebo is the hotel’s most popular wedding location with amazing views over the Atlantic Ocean. Mamora Beach has proved popular too – what could be better than getting married while sinking your toes in the sand right under a romantic bamboo arch?” Book it: Funway offers seven nights at the St James’s Club & Villas from £1,785pp including return flights from Gatwick, based on January 2017 departures. ■

Citalia Old favourite For couples seeking their perfect

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Castello Scaligero, Lake Garda

St James’s Club and Villas, Antigua

wedding destination, Castello Scaligero in Lake Garda certainly fits the bill, says Petra Skelly, product manager at Citalia. The medieval ramparts, the surrounding cobbled streets of Malcesine and the castle’s unhampered views over the lake should all add up to make an unforgettable day. “The ceremony takes place in the

tower or one of the castle’s grand rooms for that fairytale experience. We also recommend taking a few days following the wedding to relax by the lake at one of the area’s hotels, such as the family-run Hotel Garden.” The Malcesine Castle Classic

Wedding Package starts from £2,200 and comes with the services of a wedding planner, who will begin

work from the time of booking via email, including renting the town hall, translation of documents to meet Italian law requirements, wedding certificates and a hand-tied posy of roses for the bride and a rose buttonhole for the groom. Book it: Citalia can arrange seven nights at the Hotel Corte Valier in Verona from £789pp including return flights from Gatwick and transfers. Based on departures from April 7, 2017.

Hot new tip The Juliet’s Grave classic wedding package, one from Citalia’s new collection in Verona, takes clients into the heart of the city, a destination that is synonymous

Juliet’s Grave classic wedding package

with romance, explains Skelly. “Wedding ceremonies can take

place at the spectacular Guarienti Hall, which is located in a former monastery. There is also the supposed resting place of Shakespeare’s Juliet, which can add an extra sense of drama and mystique to the occasion.” Additionally, couples can choose to

get married at the neoclassical-style Palazzo Barbieri, opposite the Arena di Verona, for an authentic Italian feel. “These new options are perfect for those looking to get married somewhere steeped in history that will make a real impact on their guests,” Skelly adds. Starting from £2,377 per couple, the package includes many

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