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Weddings & Honeymoons

the Argyle waterfall; at Coco Reef, if they’re looking for luxury, or in the traditionally Tobagonian village of Castara. The vibe is relaxed and authentic. Or in St Kitts they can tie-the-knot among the romantic ruins of an old sugar mill. Antigua keeps things simple with no residency

requirements and couples can add a touch of island magic with a ‘Unity of Sands’ ceremony, where white sands from Antigua are mixed with pink sands from Barbuda to symbolising the newly- formed union. Many resorts offer a live webcam service for family and friends who cannot attend. Saint Lucia offers plenty of choices from the famous Piton Mountains to Marigot Bay, and resorts such as Jade Mountain and Cap Maison specialise in weddings. An online Wedding Gift Converter at: details experiences on the island for the price of more traditional bridal gifts. Bermuda has a good range of hotels offering romantic weddings including The Reef Hotel & Club. After the wedding ceremony newly weds often visit the Moongate for photos. Weddings can be as elaborate or as intimate as you please in the Turks & Caicos where every ceremony is a celebration and the locals are happy to join in with horn honking, congratulating or even singing, if invited. While in St Maarten the happy couple can even scuba dive and tie the knot on the ocean bed. In St Vincent and The

Grenadines couples can add memorable touches such as a classic sailing schooner, or marry on a deserted island. There are specialist luxury wedding villas and beach house venues too. Likewise, the US Virgin Islands offers weddings on a private yacht, in a waterfront gazebo or in the ruins of a plantation. Jamaica has a vast range of wedding locations from the steps of a Great House to the Gardens of Ocho

“When it comes to saying ‘I do’, the

Caribbean rises to the occasion with a wide choice of settings, glorious weather and minimum red tape.”

Rios. ‘Visit Jamaica’ has a wedding concierge to offer advice and one of its top tips is to marry in the off- season (from May to December) to save up to 40%. In many of the Caribbean destinations, including the British Virgin Islands couples can get married within 24 hours of arrival. High-end resorts like Peter Island or private island resorts like Guana Island can be hired exclusively for the big day. In The Bahamas, Atlantis Paradise

Island offers a variety of packages. Getting married on the Cayman Islands is easy but the resorts have a ‘one wedding a day’ policy. Couples can choose from a beach wedding, church wedding and even an underwater wedding using an anchor as an altar. The perfect start to married life!

Above from top: the perfect place to say ‘I do’ and Four Seasons Resort in Nevis

The Cayman Islands - for a marriage made in heaven.

The Cayman Islands are just perfect for that special day. With 3 islands, many intimate locations, beautiful and unspoilt beaches, spectacular gardens, tiny churches and expert wedding planners, it really is the most idyllic location in the Caribbean to say ‘I do’. For more information contact the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism on 020 7491 7771.

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