Wedding inspiration: Incredible locations in Thailand for the big day

You only get one chance to plan the most important day of your life, so it needs to be perfect. Check out our photo essay of some of the best places for a wedding in Thailand – we hope it offers some inspiration!

Centara Hotels and Resorts encourages lovebirds to celebrate their wedding, renewal of vows or honeymoon in a special place, such as a tropical island, a heritage resort or in the centre of a buzzing city:

Bangkok ballroom

Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok offers the city’s most opulent ballroom, a storybook setting that can host 1,000 guests under high ceilings and glittering chandeliers.

The hotel’s fresh, luxurious look belies its long experience hosting some of the city’s most famous wedding banquets. Its location is close to modern shopping at Central Plaza Ladprao shopping centre and the traditional fun of Chatuchak Park, home of one of the world’s largest outdoor markets.

Hua Hin poolside

The historic five-star Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin, built in 1923, provides an elegant atmosphere everywhere you look. Complementing the meticulously restored and colonial-era architecture are manicured gardens framing the golden sands of Hua Hin Beach.

Types of wedding

Thai ceremony

The two-hour ceremony officially begins as the monks arrive and guests are led in procession to the venue by the drum parade. Nneck garlands are offered to the couple and the groom presents the bridal bouquet to the bride. The couple lights candles and incense sticks as the monks commence the blessing ceremony.

A holy thread is placed over the newlyweds’ heads while their foreheads are marked with powder for prosperity. Guests pour scented holy water over the newlyweds’ hands and wish them well for their future together then cake cutting and toasting concludes the day.

Western ceremony

The ceremony officially begins as the master of ceremonies arrives then guests are led in procession to the venue.

The bride and the groom’s friends and family and well-wishers greet the couple before the exchange of vows and rings followed by a nuptial blessing. The celebrant declares the couple as husband and wife and they cut the cake and lead toasts.

Indian ceremony

An Indian wedding is one of the most extravagant affairs, marked by tradition, colour and gaiety. It symbolizes the unification of the body, mind and soul. Our experienced team has planned and managed many such affairs. We can make your celebration a party to remember.

The wedding ceremony can include a Rokka, Sagan or ring ceremony, Mehandi
Sangeet ceremony, Haldi & Chura ceremony then a Baraat, Milni, Jaimala, Saat Phera / Veldi or Vidaai / Doli wedding ceremony plus a post-wedding reception

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