It’s your special day – a day that you will remember forever. As experts in organising weddings in the Caribbean, Brides and Beaches will ensure that your wedding and honeymoon is a romantic and treasured experience – that’s our promise to you.
Weddings in the Caribbean are what dreams are made of, and with our unrivalled knowledge of the islands and their individual characteristics, Brides and Beaches will arrange every last detail to make your dream wedding come true, so you can relax and enjoy the most magical day of your life.
Why is the Caribbean such a desirable wedding location?
It could be that the islands that make up this enchanting region are truly unique, considered to be the most beautiful place on Earth. Each island has it’s own character and style with French, British, Spanish and American influences creating a captivating cultural mix. This gives the Caribbean a distinctive atmosphere, timeless charm and enduring appeal, creating the perfect setting for your wedding.
You’ve already fallen in love, and you’ll find it’s easy to fall in love with the Caribbean. With 30 countries and 700 islands the Caribbean has something to offer whatever your taste: bustling towns, golden beaches, colourful markets, designer shops, water sports and exciting nightlife. Or you could just chill out and laze away the time with your loved one. And of course there’s the fabulous food, with a multicultural mix of flavours and colours to tempt you at every turn. It’s this diverse cultural heritage that makes the people of the Caribbean so welcoming and accommodating, ready to make your wedding experience as special as you are.
Weddings in Jamaica and weddings in St Lucia are firm favourites when it comes to couples planning to marry in the Caribbean. However, each island has its own distinct personality, so take a look at each one to find out which may be your perfect wedding and honeymoon location.
Weddings in the Caribbean are amongst our best selling. Please click on the images below to read about the particular attractions of each island: