Brazil – a colourful and sparkling country. Lush vegetation, endless beaches and welcoming residents – these are the reasons why you might like to organise a Brazil Destination Wedding.


Before getting started: when should you get married in Brazil?

You can travel to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo all year round, even if the heat can sometimes be difficult to bear in summer (which is from December to February as it is in the southern hemisphere). The states in Nordeste, which is close to the equator, are more agreeable from September to mid-December. For the Amazon region, it is better to choose the dry season to avoid the torrential rains, which runs from June to December. The south of the country has a Mediterranean climate.

The natural charm of North Brazil

There is so much more to Brazil than the crowded Copacabana beach. A little further north of the big Brazilian cities, beautiful natural landscapes stretch out before you, with lush jungles, sublime secluded coves, small green islands, colourful houses, and large agricultural estates – the fazendas – there’s nothing quite like a wedding in the great outdoors!

A wedding on the beach

A beach with the finest of sand, palm trees, a kiosk and the ocean stretching as far as the eye can see. Does that make you dream? It’s all possible in Brazil. Say “I do” in a paradise location, fully reserved just for you and your guests.

An ethnic wedding

North Brazil is very cosmopolitan. The descendants of the Pataxós tribe live in harmony with the original natives of the region, as well as many other ethnic groups. This diversity can be a source of inspiration for your event. Between the colours, rituals and cultures – inspiration can be drawn from it all to create a unique ceremony for you.


Keep in Secret is the Brazil wedding specialist and, more specifically, your expert for a Brazil Destination Wedding, so you can bring your loved ones to Brazil and get married with total peace of mind. Why wait – contact us now.

See you soon,

The Keep in Secret team

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