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Are weddings ever held atAyatthaya?

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My fiance and I will be getting married in the Bangkok area in September. We will be staying at the Lebua with our guests and want to stay within an hour and a half or so of the city. Right now we are trying to decide on a venue for the actual wedding and/or for photographs.

Does anyone know if Ayutthaya is available for ceremonies? It will be a very small group - 15 at max. I love the idea of the ruins as a backdrop. If not, is there a beautiful covered facility in the area of Ayutthaya that could be used instead so we could still have some photos made there? Are wats ever used for weddings? I realize most Thai weddings take place in the home or a hotel, but I am interested in less conventional venues.

Finally, are any of the ruins covered and large enough for a group of 15 to enter if it rains - do any of them have roofs in place? I have looked at a number of websites and forum posts regarding Ayutthaya but I haven't been able to find this info. I am also open to any other venue suggestions that might fall in line with what we are looking for.

Thank you in advance!

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