Best Caribbean Weddings
Dreaming of Caribbean destination weddings? The Caribbean is a great choice for destination weddings. Most islands are a short flight from the U.S. mainland. There are tons of hotels and resorts to choose from, including many cruise ships. There are so many beautiful locations, picking can be difficult but exciting. Since this is your wedding and your guests vacation, keep this in mind when choosing your hotel. If your guests have a range of budgets, look for a hotel that has others nearby with lower price ranges.
With so many resorts to choose from, we've made a list of some of the best wedding locations in the Caribbean:
The Couples resort chain in Jamaica offers wedding packages at all of their resorts. They are all adults-only and all-inclusive, offering a great vacation for guests. All of their hotels get great ratings from couples, but Couples Swept Away is one our favorites. Located on the beautiful beaches of Negril, Couples Swept Away has a secluded and peaceful feeling that couples love.
Located near Tortola, this private island resort is perfect for a secluded wedding. With many breath-taking locations to choose from around the island, any couple can find the perfect match for their preferences.
The Royal Plantation is perfect for couples who want luxury in their wedding resort. The hotel has been around since the 50's and has a feel of a small hotel with luxury style. Offering the personalized design of famous wedding planner, Preston Bailey, weddings at the Royal Plantation are a lasting memory.
This amazing resort has the perfect wedding locations, from their white-sandy beaches to their gardens which take after Versailles. The Ocean Club is known for its celebrity visits, meeting the expectations of the rich and famous.
St. Lucia is a top pick for destination weddings, and no resort could do it better than Anse Chastanet. The resort is surrounded by volcano peaks, abundant trees and ocean views. Get married on the beach and then host your reception in the Treehouse Restaurant, which is an unforgettable memory.