Get Married in 2016 – Top Destinations in the Caribbean

Posted by on Dec 27, 2015 in Beautiful Wedding Venues in the World |

caribbean weddingMost people are planners when it comes to the wedding; they carefully plot the foods and flowers for their invitees; others are more spontaneous and they simply elope. No matter if you’re looking forward to getting married in front of hundreds of guests or you want to share that moment only with the love of your life, you need to decide where to go. If the rhythmic breathing of the ocean makes your heart beats faster, consider getting married in the Caribbean! Here are our top 4 Caribbean destinations to tie the knot in 2016!

1) Aruba – The sixth most visited island in the Caribbean archipelago, Aruba is famous for its ample nightlife, multicultural history and sugar strands. What I like especially about Aruba is the fact that there’s no danger of tropical storms there, since this island is located south of the hurricane belt. If you choose to get hitched here, you can be sure storms won’t ruin your big day.

2) Dominican Republic – Necessary marriage paperwork should be completed about 6 months in advance if you decide to organize your Wedding in Dominican Republic. And, that’s everything you have to have the wedding of your dreams! With so many wedding packages, complete with a coordinator, your wedding day will be stress-free, exotic and stunning! Be it Punta Cana or Santo Domingo, whatever you choose, you won’t go wrong!

3) Belize – Year-round temperature of around 80°F or 26°C, more than 100 small islands, ancient caves, untamed jaguar territory and many many more natural and cultural wonders makes Belize an incredible destination to exchange your vows. At the ancient sites of Cahal Pech or Xunantunich couples can receive a Maya blessing. 

4) Bahamas – For those who cherish complete privacy, it’s easy to get it in Bahamas; you just need to rent your own island! Of course, if you plan to throw a memorable wedding party, Bahamas have something for you, too: megaresorts! Paradise Island and Nassau are among the most visited and activity-packed Caribbean destinations, while there are remote areas great for laid-back holidays and intimate weddings.