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Unique Winter Destination Weddings – Ice Hotels & Igloos

Jul 17, 2008

Ice Hotel Sweden

Above Photo Courtesy of IceHotel, Sweden

I had a destination wedding, and I would highly recommend them to anyone who is considering it.  Not only does it provide you with an exotic location for your memories, but it also provides your guests with possibly a trip of a lifetime.  I have been exploring online Finnish culture recently, and I came accross a few hotels in the Finland / Sweden area which were quite unique – Ice Hotels!  So if your considering a winter destination wedding or are considering a diamond/ice/crystal wedding theme and are adventerous here are some ideas, inspirations and Ice hotels and Igloo Hotels for your viewing pleasure:

ice hotel chapel sweden

Above Photo Courtesy of IceHotel, Sweden

ice hotel canada

Above Photo Courtesy Of Accueil, Hôtel de Glace, Canada

ice hotel chapel finland

Above Photo Courtesy of Hotel & Igloo Village, Lapland, Finland

 ice hotel alaska

Above Photo Courtesy of Chena Hot Springs Resort, Alaska, USA

I think all of these locations are beautiful and a most unique location for your destination wedding.  The plus side is that many of these hotels are located near the Northern Lights, so you may be able to see a beautiful natural occurance on your wedding day.  I’m not too sure about sleeping in them though, because many of the inside temperatures are -5C below!  The ice hotels are normally in service from November through April, Ice Hotel Sweden creates a new hotel of ice every year as it melts into the river during the summer months. 

And as always, if you are having a winter wedding, you should also consider winter wedding favors to compliment it!

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