Summer is coming to a close, as is the peak of the wedding and travel seasons.

But the off-seasons have just as much potential for destination weddings as the summertime.

Destination weddings are most popular during the summer months, but according to Kimberly Richmond of Runaway Bride Destination Weddings, couples can get better rates in certain places if they travel during off-peak seasons.

In this LOVEPOST video, Richmond explains that planning to wed in places like Panama or Paris during the springtime, or the Caribbean in the summer, can save couples money.

Watch the video above to learn which destination wedding location is best for your nuptials.

Click through the slideshow below to see more destination wedding locations and to vote for your favorite.

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    It's hard to resist <a href="">Bermuda's</a> pink-sand beaches and crystal clear waters. Located off the coast of Georgia, this tiny island in the Atlantic offers English charm, stunning beaches, golfing, snorkeling and verdant scenery. Don't forget to try Bermuda's famous drinks, the Swizzle or a Dark & Stormy.


    Getting married in <a href="">Hawaii</a> is no longer a luxury for just the rich and famous. Whether you decide to exchange vows in an elegant hotel or barefoot on the beach, Hawaii is quickly becoming one of the U.S.'s top wedding destinations.


    <a href="">Mexico</a> is famous for its white-sand beaches and Pacific turquoise waters. NY Giants Quarterback Eli Manning wed his longtime girlfriend at the One & Only Palmilla, a resort along the Sea of Cortez on the Baja Peninsula, in April 2008.


    Romance is in the Parisian air and many travel to the "City of Light" for their nuptials. The charming cafes and world-famous landmarks make <a href="">Paris</a> one of a kind.


    <a href="">Australia</a> offers a little something for everyone: beaches, deserts, rainforests, snorkeling, culture. Whatever the backdrop is, a wedding here is guaranteed to be unforgettable.


    Barbados' white-sand beaches and pleasant year-round climate make this island in the West Indies a popular wedding destination. Unlike other caribbean destinations, <a href="">Barbados</a> has a mild hurricane season and its picturesque beaches have not been hit since the 1950s. Tiger Woods chose to get married at Barbados' exclusive Sandy Lane resort in 2004.


    <a href="">Tuscany's</a> vineyards and rolling hills are the most idyllic setting for weddings. The region is rich in culture and cuisine, and could easily be the epitome of romance.


    Punta Cana's beaches in the <a href="">Dominican Republic</a> offer a perfect backdrop for weddings. Swaying palm trees, glistening turquoise water and balmy tropical breezes make the island the consummate destination year round.


    Every bride wants to feel like a princess on her wedding day, so why not splurge and get married in a castle? The <a href="">Castle Leslie</a> in Ireland, shown here, was the location of Paul McCartney's wedding to Heather Mills in 2002.


    CHINA For a unique way to exchange vows, consider getting married alongside the <a href="">Great Wall of China</a> on the rooftop of the Commune, a collection of contemporary villas. Although it may not be an ideal location for those afraid of heights, it does present an unforgettable adventure.

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