Monday, April 19, 2010

Showers didn't stop this Cayman Island Wedding

When I woke up and listened to the weather, the weather -man said "sunny, with a chance of showers". Peggy and I thought we had better move this cruise wedding down to Blue Water Beach, just in case. I just wanted you to know that we always have a Plan B for your Cayman wedding.

This is probably where I was saying a prayer to the weather-gods that the showers would hold up

The most handsome ring bearers I have seen for a very long time.

"These are the hands of your best friend, which are holding yours on your wedding day, as you promise to love each other for the rest of your lives..."
The "Blessing of the Hands" reading has been very popular for our Cayman weddings this month. You can select from a variety of readings for weddings, or you can bring your own song, poem or whatever you want me to use.

Our tradition says that opening the champagne is the first job a groom does as a married man. So the bride should be supportive, and let him know he did a good job.

When there are children included in the ceremony, I like to have them hunt for the cork and bring it back for me to split it and insert a Cayman coin.

Wasn't this a lovely family group?

Can you see their cruise ship across the bay?

Another one of our traditions, the groom must remove the garter with his teeth!

Thank you for choosing Simply Wedding - Grand Cayman Wedding Celebrants and Planners to organise and officiate your Cayman Islands wedding. We are the cruise wedding specialists, located less than a mile from the cruise landing. Choose our all-inclusive cruise wedding package and have us pick you up, take you to our spacious office to dress in our Bridal Room and transport you and your party to the beach location you have chosen. Email us today

Call Joy or Peggy at (345) 9499933 to reserve your date and time. Now booking through 2011.

Our wedding services vendors for this wedding: Trisha's Roses, Caykes, Island Photo

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