In Cyprus you can say your vows in the hush of a 900-year-old church or sing the hymns of your choice in the acoustics of Byzantines domes. Because Cyprus’ historical churches are hives for the local community, they’re in central locations, too. So you could easily have your wedding breakfast in a taverna in Paphos harbour, with the clinking of yacht masts as your backing track.
On your doorstep
Hotel chapels are another option for Anglican religious weddings in Cyprus. Consider these if the thought of a bursting-at-the-seams wedding has crossed your mind more than once. There are footsteps between the chapels and the hotel rooms, so your wedding party has plenty of time to get into the pews and extra moments to anticipate your first steps towards the altar. What’s more, because the hotel’s waiting staff can be on stand-by after the ceremony, nothing more than a confetti shower stands between you and the experience of finding out what fizz tastes like to a newly-wed.