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Weddings in the Land of eternal spring.

Posted by Claire Oxenham on March 21, 2013 at 6:30 PM

Ever thought about having a wedding on one of the most beautiful islands in the world… It’s so aptly named “the land of eternal spring” for its all year round sunshine; picture long sandy beaches, with a beautiful mountainous back drop, shrouded in history, sit in an elegant beach front restaurant and while away the night listening to the waves lap on the shore, or maybe the traditional restaurant is the place of your choice, in that case sample the exquisite food and listen to traditional music played by the locals. This island is of course Tenerife, located just off the north coast of Africa.It has the perfect climate.

Holding a wedding on this beautiful island couldn’t be easier, with the help and dedication of myself a wedding celebrant and a reputable wedding planning company, we can take the stress away from you so you can enjoy your big day. I can personally write and deliver your ceremony, and a wedding planning company can organize the rest of your day, you won’t need to worry about a thing, all you need to do is turn up in your chosen attire and relax and enjoy.

The Island of Tenerife has a lot off locations to offer from beaches, traditional Canarian restaurants, stunning golf courses, 5 star hotels, quaint churches and of course the mountains. Whatever your taste for your perfect wedding I’m sure Tenerife can cater for you.

With regarding to planning a wedding here, this also couldn’t be easier, with a wedding planning company that can speak fluent Spanish they can negotiate the best prices for you with local traders, they can organize everything from venue to veil.

All you need to do is kick back and enjoy the island and discover the many hidden treasures that it has to offer.

Tenerife has been invaded many time throughout history, so has a mix of cultures. The local inhabitants were called Guanches and still their cultures lives on through the ages. They still lead a comparatively simple way of life, very slow compared to the rest of Europe and even main land Spain, with a mañana attitude it’s hard not to relax and fall in love with it

Both the Portuguese and Spanish invaded and also left a part of themselves Spanish being the chosen language, although they still have their own dialect which is used in the more remote parts of the island and also between locals.

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