Sunday, March 14, 2010

6 Reasons to have an All-inclusive Cayman Islands Cruise Wedding

Every year thousands of couples chose to be married while on a cruise. This is becoming increasingly popular in the current economic climate, because of the very obvious cost-savings of combining a wedding and a honeymoon. Grand Cayman, with its world-famous Seven Mile Beach is one of the hottest spots for a cruise wedding on the beach.

The Cayman Islands is one of the few cruise calls in the Western Caribbean where couples can be married while their ship is in port. In addition, the world class wedding planners can make your dream of a tropical beach wedding a reality for a very affordable price.

Simply Weddings - Grand Cayman Wedding Celebrants and Planners specialise in cruise weddings in the Cayman Islands. From our office overlooking the water less than a mile from the cruise landing, we are ideally placed to make your Cayman Islands wedding an unforgettable experience.

Our most popular Cayman Wedding package is the All-Inclusive Cayman Cruise Wedding package. Here's why:

  1. We pick you up in the Simply Weddings van and take you to our George Town office. (We also take you to the wedding location, and back to the port after the ceremony)

If you have a large group, we arrange for them to be transported to the wedding location. We can also arrange for limousine or town car service from one of our vendors. Van service is included, all other transportation incurs an extra charge.

2. You and your attendants or witnesses (up to 6 people) can dress in our Bridal Room

There is no need to get dressed on the ship, you can do your hair and make-up in our comfortable Bridal Room for no extra charge.

3. We choose quiet, intimate locations such as My Secret Cove, Bus Stop 29, Blue Water Beach or Mary Mollie Hydes Beach

4. Every bride should feel special on her wedding day, and a bouquet of fresh tropical flowers adds to that special feeling like nothing else can.

5. Chilled champagne on the beach served with crisp white linens and crystal flutes lend a touch of elegance to your special day.

We walk you through the Caymanian wedding traditions of popping the cork, toasting each other, and then in the very British tradition we present you with the cork and a Caymanian coin, to mark your first drink together as husband and wife.

6. One hour professional photography, both candid shots during the ceremony and posed shots afterwards . 60 plus images on a CD and an album with 36 prints mailed to you within a week of your ceremony. (In a hurry? Use Picasa and download them as soon as they are available)

We are an independent, wedding services company (not affiliated with any cruise line, hotel or off-island company) We have been arranging weddings for over 15 years, and are a trusted provider for locals and visitors. All wedding ceremonies are personalised to suit your requirements. Both civil and religious ceremonies are available.

We require a refundable deposit to book your wedding date and time. You can pay by Mastercard, Visa, Discover card or Diners Club. We cannot accept American Express.

Call Joy or Peggy (345)9499933 or email to book your Cayman Islands All-Inclusive Cruise Wedding Package today.


Sam Saboey said...

Beach weddings are unforgettably magical moments.
Mine was themed Weddings in Koh Samui
and until now it still brings meaningful happy tears tears...
The beach setting is guaranteed to leave you starry-eyed.

Jane said...

Grand Cayman is great place for weddings, and then the honeymoon!
We spend alot of time in Grand Cayman - a beautiful island that is safe and clean and very accessible from the States.
We've seen many beautiful weddings take place on the beach at sunset - we try to stay out of the pictures! Your shots are beautiful, and your reasons on right on. Looks like you do a great job.
It's also a special time for the wedding party and family & friends who attend.
There are several major hotels: The Ritz-Carlton, Westin, Marriott; and then many condos on Seven-Mile beach - the most populated area on Grand Cayman.
The restaurants are great too - many great chefs. Our favorites include Calypso Grill, Sunset House, The Wharf - there are many to choose from.
And don't forget to enjoy all the water activities that are available - sailing, tubing, skiing, paddle boarding, snorkeling, scuba diving. One thing that can't be missed - Stingray City sandbar. That's the highlight.
Hope prospective brides and grooms will check out Grand Cayman!
Jane Warren, Publisher

The Joy of Weddings said...

Thank you for your comments, please check out as well, we are always interested in comments about the Cayman Islands and its tourism product.