Wedding Photography St Lucia Wedding Photographer http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g147343-d214167-r118567020-Sandals_La_Toc_Golf_Resort_and_Spa-Castries_St_Lucia.html#UR118567020 We had a wonderful time at this resort. Our butlers were amazing and worth the extra money as long as you use them. Food was pretty good too. If you go, stay in the bluffs, it is the best location there. We had our Wedding Photography on the beach and had a wonderful experience. Our wedding coordinator was great and very helpful. The only complaint we had was the picture situation. We had heard the pictures they provide of the wedding aren’t very good so we decided to hire our own photographer. The beach there is public so he was allowed but was not allowed to go to our reception area. We hired Bill Mortley and it was the best decision of the trip! He gave us photographs that not only captured our memories but that were so different than the normal Wedding Photography poses. He took us all over the island and took us places that the commercial tours took people. I can’t say enough good things about him. He was worth every penny. I just wish that Sandals would let him take Wedding Photography without causing trouble. People should be […]
Wedding Photography Reprinted from www.TripAdvisor.com http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g147344-d263015-r107503745-Sandals_Grande_St_Lucian_Spa_Beach_Resort-Gros_Islet_St_Lucia.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT We had an absolutely magical experience in St. Lucia!! Please do not read the negative reviews and let them sway you in any way. Please go and experience the resort and the island for yourselves, I promise you will not be dissapointed. Trust me! :o) ARRIVING IN ST. LUCIA (5/2 – 5/7): Make sure you bring a pen with you. When you arrive in Customs it’s going to be a little chaotic, everyone has to fill out papers before you’re allowed out of the airport, and you don’t want to be the one person running around asking everyone for a pen……..*blushing*. They will not provide one for you. We had a private car transfer from the UVF Airport to the Sandals Grande resort. It’s an hour and a half drive. (Well worth the money!) Or take the helicopter transfer if you can. The roads are still damaged from the hurricane, so the ride will be rough getting up to the resort, but the views on the way are absoultely stunning. ARRIVING AT THE RESORT: Once we arrived, we were greeted with champagne and cold towels. This was great because it was so humid, and […]
We had an upgraded suite and enjoyed the services of a personal butler, which was extraordinary. He handled everything from making dinner reservations, arranging our transportation, bringing snacks to our room, and reserving chairs at the pool.