Destination Wedding In a Winter Wonderland

 

Kakslauttanen the Perfect Backdrop For White Wedding
Kakslauttanen the Perfect Backdrop For White Wedding

 Perhaps because it is June and the tempertature and humidty are so high in so many places… has me thinking of destination weddings where the mercury is going in the other direction.  

I came across the most amazing resort while researching resorts that would offer a unique experience for the bride who wants to keep things cool.  Hotel Kakslauttanen in Finland.   Complete with its own ice chapel on site not to mention Santa and his reindeer this is as close to perfection one could hope for in a cold destination for their destination wedding.  Resort website  http://kakslauttanen.fi/en/resort/

Brides Unique Enterance
Brides Unique Enterance
The Honeymoon Suite
The Honeymoon Suite

Spend your honeymoon in still in the Honeymoon Turf Chamber. 

In winter Igloo Village Kakslauttanen offers endless possibilites to enjoy a range of unique winter recreation activities like spending a night in a snow or glass igloo, dining in a snow restaurant, admiring ice marvels in the Ice Gallery.

Igloo Village lies in a close proximity of Kakslauttanen, just on the other side of the spring.  Igloo Village is open each year between December and January depending on the weather conditions and stays open until the end of April.

Santa and Elves Have their own Resort at Kakslauttanen
Santa and Elves Have their own Resort at Kakslauttanen

Santa`s Resort Kakslauttanen is now open. The resort includes Santa’s own house, where Santa receives visitors. Elves serve hot drinks and ginger biscuits during your visit.  Santa’s Resort provides an excellent spot for watching Aurora Borealis

Ice Restaurant
Ice Restaurant

Igloo Village Kakslauttanen offers endless  possibilities to enjoy a range of unique winter recreation activities like spending a night in a snow or glass igloo, dining in a snow restaurant, admiring ice marvels in the Ice Gallery.

 Igloo Village lies in a close proximity of Kakslauttanen, just on the other side of the spring. 

The Village is open each year between December and January depending on the weather conditions and stays open until the end of April

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