A party of eight of us ranging in age from 6 to 66 went out to St Lucia for our wedding.
So, you have decided to plan a destination wedding! Congratulations, you are making a choice to have a wedding that will be both an adventure and a unique experience. Most destination weddings are planned “from afar” which means that the couple will have a bit of organization and work to tackle long before they leave for their trip.
A fairytale wedding is hardly complete without the perfect photographer. One who not only goes by the books, capturing every precious moment of the occasion but who’s enthusiasm to the job transcends though professionalism, creating a blissful atmosphere that is most of all, conducive to just about the best wedding memoirs one could wish for.
Many weddings take place in either the bride or groom’s home town. This is very traditional and can make for a wedding that is full of family fun.
Sara and Greg Musson, along with her Mom Rae, best friend and Bestman Kat, Don and Patricia – Greg’s Mom and Dad, bridesmaid Becky and several other family members traveled from Canada to witness and celebrate Sara & Greg’s special day.
For all who are reading this, I can now put your mind at rest!!! Almond Smugglers Cove is the ideal Caribbean holiday resort.
Some people get married while standing on a beach and others in decorative buildings overlooking gardens. The ceremony is totally determined by the wishes of the bride and groom.
Once you’ve decided that you’re ready to become a parent, the process of conception and pregnancy can be overwhelming to say the least.
Our son’s wedding 18th Feb and our wedding vow renewal 21st Feb were the best days (See below for exceptions) The day of the wedding was fantastic, Bill Mortley (Photographer) found on Trip Advisor was exceptional.
For Ben and Jo of London, flying to the Caribbean for their wedding was the ultimate private get-away.