It is hard to choose the most romantic restaurants in weddings dubrovnik because almost all of them have a dreamy ambiance. In many restaurants you are facing the sea, dining in the outdoors, eating excellent fresh seafood. Dubrovnik is a relatively large city, however the part you want to visit is “the Old City”. It is very small. Don’t make the mistake of booking a hotel that is too far away from the Old City otherwise you will spend the most of your time and money in a bus or taxi trying to get to the main attraction. What are Dubrovnik’s main romantic attractions?
When your fiancé slipped an engagement ring on your finger, did a specific wedding date come to mind? Chances are that it might have. Much of what happens next depends on how soon you want to wed, the type of wedding that you have in mind, and the number of guests you plan on inviting. Of course, your work schedules must be factored in especially if you imagine yourselves spending two weeks of honeymoon bliss on the unspoiled beaches of Cabo San Lucas or enjoying the historic sites of new found splendor in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Whatever your honeymoon desires may be, they can impact the day that you hold your wedding.
Summer or Winter; Inside or Outside
Some couples dream about holding their wedding outside perhaps in a park or up in the mountains overlooking the Valley of the Sun. As you may know the summer months are prohibitively hot in Arizona and certainly not ideal for an outdoor event even in the early evening hours when temperatures are still near one hundred degrees. On the other hand, an outdoor event from mid-October until early May can be a lovely alternative with the mid winter weeks being the very coolest.
Just around the corner of the St. Blaise Church you can see within few 100 meters the cathedral, an important landmark of the city. Since the Cathedral does not close in the middle of the day we find it is visited by many groups.
Aside from the obvious differences in size and lay out, we are often asked what would be the main difference between having a wedding at the Cathedral and the St. Blaise.
Well… from a practical point of view it is actually very useful for us planners to have the St. Blaise Church closed as we arrive, because it means the church is empty. When planning a wedding at the Cathedral, it is not easy to ask all visitors to leave the church in order for the wedding ceremony to start, as some visitors might argue it is a house of God and they are allowed to pray. Which they are.
Due to this, it is very unlikely that you will have an empty Cathedral at the moment the wedding ceremony begins.