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Amilla Maldives becomes world’s first resort to offer diy micro-weddings venue

Self-service wedding vows renewal location will cater to growing demand for micro-weddings.

Responding to growing demand for ‘micro-weddings’ with few to no guests, Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences has created a ‘self-service’ wedding vows location where couples can share a hyper-private celebration without the assistance of a celebrant.

Believed to be a world first, the resort’s secret wedding venue can be found on a secluded beach, veiled by tropical foliage beside the glittering Indian Ocean. The private setting comprises a wooden wedding arch; a perfectly positioned phone stand, enabling couples to record or even live stream the occasion; and six rustic benches hewn from coconut trees for any guests who may be in attendance. Carved wooden panels provide a variation on the traditional wedding vows, specially adapted to be exchanged by the couples alone. The self-service sanctuary is equally suited to spontaneous couples inspired to renew on the spur of the moment, or to being swiftly adorned and augmented with decorations, Champagne, or a cake by Amilla’s events team.

“A marriage is an agreement between two people committed to growing together in a lifelong relationship. So what could be better than renewing your vows of love, commitment and trust in a beautiful private location; an unforgettable experience shared only between you and your partner?” says Events Manager of Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences, Suzy Ahmed. “The two sets of vows are engraved into wood, and each partner takes turns to read their part of the script. They can place their phone on the stand to record the vows, or surprise friends and family at home by live streaming it. The vows are Amilla-inspired; authentic and loving, but with a sense of playfulness.”

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