Celebrate Your Wedding at The Lowest Point On Earth: Dead Sea

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Celebrate Your Wedding at The Lowest Point On Earth: Dead Sea

Planning a wedding is one of the most important and fun things you can go through in your life.

You will cherish the memories of your wedding for the rest of your life.

This is why brides and grooms are always looking for ideas to make their wedding more special, and stand out from the rest of the weddings.

Destination weddings have been trending for the past couple of years, and more and more couples are planning their weddings abroad.

Planning a destination wedding can be tricky, but with the internet being a bride's first research choice, it has become easier for couples to reach any wedding venue around the world, contact the venue, plan the wedding, and see all the pictures, with just one click.

Jordan is one of the countries in the Middle East that offers a variety of wedding venues, from hotels, farms, and historic venues.

Click here to read more about Jordan as a wedding destination!

Som of the top hotels in the Dead Sea are Kempinski IshtarMÖVENPICK Resort & Spa Dead SeaCrowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & SpaHoliday Inn Resort Dead Sea, for more hotels check out our directory!

Venue Variety

The Dead Sea is known for it's minerals and salts, which are used for healing and relaxation, it is also the lowest point on earth, as it's beaches has reached 400 meters under sea level in 2013.

The Dead Sea is blessed with warm weather throughout the year, which makes it perfect for a wedding all year round.

Brides and grooms should be careful if they are planning on having their wedding there in summer, as it can get pretty humid and hot, this is why many hotels offer indoor wedding venues as well as outdoors.

Stunning Views

Every couple getting married at the dead sea must take a picture with the sunset, for a romantic picture to keep forever.

Pre Wedding Relaxation

Many couples arrive to the Dead Sea a few days before their wedding to spend some time relaxing and enjoying the sea and pools before the big day.