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Lapland Ceremony Venues

Lapland weddings hetta church
Lapland weddings the snow castle
Lapland weddings traditional sami kota
Lapland weddings enjoy some arctic activities before or after the wedding
Lapland weddings hetta church Lapland weddings the snow castle Lapland weddings traditional sami kota Lapland weddings enjoy some arctic activities before or after the wedding

Finding your perfect wedding venue abroad can seem like a daunting task, which is where we come in. After a lengthy search across northern Scandinavia we have found what we believe to be the most picturesque venues that True Lapland has to offer.

The choice ranges from a picturesque church located at the heart of a Sami village, to a ceremony held within an ice chapel that is beautifully reconstructed each year.  View our hand-picked portfolio of wedding venues below or, for further information please contact one of our wedding specialists on the number above. 

Hetta church, Finland


 

PictureYour wedding ceremony can be held in one of our four hand-picked venues, each as beautiful as the next. Hetta is a small village approximatley a 45-minute drive from Karesuando. Option number one is to have your wedding ceremony carried out by the local priest within this attractive church, with its distinctive and slender bell tower, which towers over the village of Hetta.

Religious ceremonies available.

 

Traditional Lappish kota


 

PicturePerhaps the most intimate of the four options, an authentic ceremony can be arranged in a traditional Sami kota, or tent, within the snow-clad surroundings of the Davvi Arctic Lodge. The kota was traditionally used by the Sami, Lapland's indigenous people as they lived their nomadic lifestyles following the migrating reindeer. Both religious and civil ceremonies can be held here.

Civil ceremonies available.

Karesuando church, Sweden


 

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Karesuando is a unique village, divided by the Muonio river and split across two countries, offically given two names - Karesuando (the Swedish side of the village) and Karesuvanto (which lies across the river in Finland). This beautiful and historic church is set on the Swedish side of Karesuando and is famous for being the northernmost church in Sweden. 

Religious ceremonies available. 

Snow Castle, Hetta


 

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The Snow Castle, also located in Hetta, is expertly reconstructed every year from snow and ice, and features a number of rooms with ornate ice carvings. Undoubtably, the most impressive room is the Ice Chapel, which provides the perfect location for an indoor ‘cold’ ceremony. The chapel can comfortably seat up to 30 guests and both religious and civil ceremonies can be held here.

Religious and civil ceremonies available.