The World's Coolest Ice Destination Wedding Venues (Literally)


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Imagine this: a frozen interior landscape and wedding portraits under the Midnight Sun ... what a magical photo shoot it would be! Built in remote locations around the world, these snow and ice cathedrals were once worldwide and utterly majestic - in other words, entirely suitable for a Snow Queen's wedding.

But winter-loving brides don't need to wait until next season to live out their cold destination wedding fantasies. Located north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden, ice hotel the world's first solar-powered technology, with carved interiors, intricate chilled at temperatures of Finnish Lapland in the town throughout the year is holding and ready to be booked by couples all over the world Snowcastle version of the four seasons.

If a wintry wedding at the icy hotel, which is said to have inspired Elsa's Ice Palace at Disney's Frozen, is high on your list of Dream Wedding Venues, look no further than the Hôtel de Glace in Québec, Canada.

Quebec City's and the region's International Airport located just north of Village Vacances Valcartier hotel, The Four Seasons playground located in the heart of Valcartier on the floor of which, the Hôtel de Glace, 45-ice-themed rooms and suites, an ice bar and lounge and an ice Chapel was rebuilt with all new design inspiration every year. Elisabeth B., wedding coordinator of the Hôtel de Glace, "The Ice Chapel is never the same from one year to the next. Getting married here is like getting married in a temporary work of art,” he says.

January March, and during a season that runs from early January to March, the Hôtel de Glace hosts an average of 25 to 30 weddings, while Temps permanently fall below freezing point. Elisabeth B., "While we welcome guests from all over the world, we coordinate weddings not just on Saturday but all days, and the ceremony period is also quite flexible.""We've had couples who choose to get married in the early hours of the morning, and couples who choose to have a late candle-burning ceremony."