It is possible to plan a wedding on a small budget. You need to decide on how much you can afford, carefully select the most important requirements.
The real St. Lucia wedding experience.
John and Holly Walsh from London chose the nature aspect of things when they flew to St. Lucia for their destination wedding.
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.
Bill Mortley, did an incredible job making sure we had a vivid, unique record of our amazing day. We have a set of images that we will always treasure for a lifetime.
We found the Sandals Grande simply amazing! Our arrival was simply effortless because we checked in online.
“The first thing that caught my eye was how beautiful she was,” said Greg. “The twinkle in her eyes, her expression, the excitement when she talked.” “All I could see was a huge smile,” says Iva, “A very encouraging, friendly and open smile.”
Saint Lucia’s second town hosted what was the second wedding for both 49-year-old Carmen, and 51-year-old Daryl. They observed the formalities at Villa Colibri a lovely cottage in Soufriere.
For Americans John and Shannon Wilson, their joining in holy matrimony was not about formalities. “We’re not into the big wedding at the church; a thousand people you don’t know. We wanted something a little more laid back, low key.”
Tessa saw the magic from the start. “As soon as we walked in and saw the church, the archway was like wrought iron and there were initials ‘M’ and ‘T’ and that just sold it for us.”