• Wedding in the Caribbean Wedding in the Caribbean
  • Wedding in the Caribbean Wedding in the Caribbean
  • Wedding in the Caribbean Wedding in the Caribbean

Weddings in Caribbean

The Caribbean: forget culture, monuments, or city maps, if you are looking for a wedding destination made of warm sand, sweet native smiles, and palm trees, look no further. Any budget will find a dream wedding here, starting from the apex of luxury at the Punta cana resort and club designed with passion by native Oscar della Renta, to the Balenbouche Estate in Santa Lucia with four eco sensitive wooden lodges, or the Veranda View in Dominica, a restaurant and two bedroom guesthouse on the beach. Each island will give you a fresh view of this slightly civilized marine and jungle paradise. Visit the little shops for favors, collect shells for the table decorations, and prepare a wedding feast of grilled fish, black bean curry and glazed pineapple.

If you are planning your wedding in Puerto Rico, try to get an ensemble to get the rhythm going for a Bomba dancer, the drums try to keep pace with her rather than the other way around. There are no less than 12 five star destination to choose from, El Convento has organized plenty of weddings in its 350 years of experience, or the Ritz CarltonReserve on Dorado Beach may answer your requirements. Havana is the most urban and storied part of the Caribbean, and it is unlike any other part of the world. You will be located in the heart of the city at the Saratoga Hotel. They have maintained much of the original style of this old building while transforming it into a luxurious destination able to handle any kind of wedding and reception. In Jamaica Half Moon Villas will bring colonial charm to your preparations, or organize everything at the Golden Eye resort and spa, right on the beachfront, it’s private wooden beach houses and local cuisine will keep reminding you why you chose Jamaica.

Independent since 1804, Haiti was the first black led Republic in the world. It has had plenty of rough times due to earthquakes, storms and the results of deforestation and criminal leadership. However modern day Haiti is making efforts to reverse the state of affairs, with huge combined investment by private and public entities, North Haiti is creating jobs and stabilizing the area. For the more adventurous, this country will share its gems with you. The music, the food and the art are worth discovering along with local creole culture. The Occidental hotel will be prepared to make you an offer on a professional wedding package.

Toss your flip flops and bikini in the bag with your wedding dress, and head for the warm waters of the Caribbean, you’ll find what you’re looking for, and much more.

Caribbean venues AND LOCATIONS