Caribbean Weddings - Not Just Travel

Caribbean Weddings

Location for Your Caribbean Wedding:

So you've chosen which Caribbean Island to get married on, now you need to choose the location for your wedding ceremony.

 

Traditional Caribbean Wedding

If you're looking for a more traditional wedding, the Caribbean can offer any number of religious styles.

 

Barbados, Antigua and Jamaica all offer traditional Anglican churches just like the ones you'd find in a typical English village.

 

You'll also find historic Catholic churches dating back to the 15th century. If you are of Jewish faith then you can marry at the Mikve Israel Emanuel Synagogue in Curacao or the Espicopal church in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands which is claimed to be the oldest Espicopal church in the Caribbean.

 

Of course you'll find many small intimate chapels on St. John in the US Virgin islands as well as many other islands.

 

Aquatic Caribbean Weddings

In the Caribbean you can choose to get married above or below the waves. For those wanting to stay dry there are a wide variety of boats you can marry upon. From yachts to party boats.

You can even get married in an Atlantis submarine in Barbados, Aruba or Grand Cayman.

 

While in Jamaica you could choose to marry upon a more rustic alternative as you float through the forest river on a rafting trip.

 

If something more adventerous meets your style, then get married under the water with conch shells marking the watery aisle and an old anchor serves as the alter. Dolphins will witness your wedding as you get married under water in the Bahamas.

 

The caribbean has many picturesque waterfalls where you can choose to get married including the famous Dunn's River Falls and Grenada and Saint Lucia.

 

Hotels & Inns for Caribbean Weddings

There are an amazing range of hotels throughout the Caribbean. Offering everying from room only to all-inclusive, from 3* to 5*.

 

Virtually every Caribbean hotel can arrange weddings and some chains such as Sandals, Beaches Resorts, SuperClubs, Elite Island Resorts, Occidental, Couples Resorts, Almond Resorts and Rex Resorts have their own wedding co-ordinators to make the arrangements with you.

 

Some of the larger hotels even offer 'free' weddings as part of the package. We'll be happy to tell you more about which hotels offer this.

 

Within the hotels you can normally get married either within the grounds or on the beach.

 

Some of the more exclusive hotels will limit the number of weddings which can taken place each day, week or month making the day even more special for you.

 

On The Beach - Caribbean Weddings

The Caribbean has some of the best beaches to be found anywhere in the world. You can choose a beach of virtually any shape or size. From the large to the more intermate. On Antigue alone there are 365 different beaches.

 

Why not try Morne Rouge Beach in Grenada or the romantic pink beach on Habour Island.

 

Celebrity Caribbean Weddings

You could follow in the footsteps of famous wedding couples such as:

 

Actress Kate Winslet and film director Sam Mendes got married in total privacy at a luxury villa on Anguilla.

 

Actress and presenter Denise van Outen married her now husband Lee Mead (of technicolour dream coat fame), at Jalouise Plantation on Saint Lucia.
 


CARIBBEAN WEDDING FACT:

Barbados hosts around 1,500 weddings a year by non-nationals.

 

Booking a Wedding in The Caribbean

Our dedicated overseas wedding experts will be happy to advice on all wedding options in the Caribbean. We have an experienced team who can help you choose the perfect location for you. We realise every wedding is different, from the number of people who will be attending, through to the style of venue and of course the budget.

 

We are here to build your perfect wedding. It's in a once in a life time event so make sure it's perfect.

 

Call the number top right of your screen for honest, professional and expert service.

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