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MOONS WEDDING BUDGETS DESTINATIONS


LEFT: Jade


Mountain,


Saint Lucia RIGHT:


Malcesine


Castle, Lake Garda, Italy


BELOW:


The Sarojin, Thailand


only one thing for it – a private island. Castaway-style Lux Ile des Deux Cocos, set just off the mainland of Mauritius, offers just that with weddings from £2,186 per person for legal fees, wedding ceremony, set-up, wedding menu and dedicated coordinator, with exclusive hire available for an extra fee of €4,000. Options in the Caribbean include Petit St Vincent in St Vincent and the Grenadines, ringed by white sand, swaying palms and beach villas. One of Carrier’s top recommendations, it offers a wedding programme with a professional photographer, images, cake, manicure for the bride, and champagne dinner for two, from $7,000 per person,


and those wanting to have it all to themselves can hire the island out exclusively. If clients want to rev that up one more gear, though, look no further than Mandarin Oriental Pink Sands Club on Canouan Island. “It offers bespoke wedding ceremonies, making sure every detail is personalised and tailored to the happy couple’s needs,” says Caribtours managing director Paul Cleary. But the cherry on the cake


has to be the ‘slice of paradise buyout’, which lets the couple take over the entire property – complete with all four restaurants, spa, beachfront and villas (price on request). Need we say more?


7 June 2018 travelweekly.co.uk 43


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