Things You Should Know For Your Big Portuguese Wedding
Everyone wants their wedding to be different, and now with the world at our feet and travel made easier, why not combine two activities and take both families to get drunk in a foreign country in a big fat Portuguese wedding?
We all have our special day, and for all of those who wish to marry it will come eventually regardless of the obstacles we face (including finding the one).
Having a wedding in Portugal will surely be unique – as let’s face it, you’ve had about three of your friends drag you to the Caribbean or had a wedding in a forest or in the back of their childhood home. If you’re into that, great, but we’re here to give you some new ideas too just in case.
Portugal can give you great food, great wine and a great wedding for all couples, including same-sex ones.
If you want to have a traditional and authentic Portuguese wedding, here’s your guide to the smallest of details that can make all the difference. Portuguese people are superstitious and for those days when you’re there, join up and follow them and who knows, maybe luck will indeed be on your side. There are many superstitions to observe during your Portuguese wedding:
Now that you have the superstitions, all you need is a good location! One of the most popular locations for a beautiful wedding is Algarve. Porto, Lisbon and Coímbra also offer great weddings, and frankly so do all of Portugal. The mild weather and fantastic sceneries will wow even the most travelled people, and are the perfect place for your very special day.
Here are a few more things that could help you plan a fabulous wedding:
Ideal Portuguese wedding gifts
Looking for the perfect gift for a Portuguese wedding? You might want to take a look at these cool and amazing suggestions:
Besides weddings, you can always go to Portugal to perhaps even meet your beloved or just to spend time alone or with friends. It is a land of great culture, wines, cuisine and scenery that can please everyone. To plan your perfect Portuguese journey, head over to Trekeffect and share your trip with all your friends!