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   Tuesday, October 22, 2019 

The BahamasTop 3 Bahamas Weddings Locations

By Omar Isaacs

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There is a great variety in the types of wedding ceremonies and receptions that can be organised for you when you are booking into Bahamas weddings. Each style has its own flair and flavour that will give you the wedding of your dreams and start your marriage off in style. Whether you want a beach wedding, traditional wedding, or something a little bit different, it can be organised for you with the help of a Bahamas based wedding planner.

For many loved up couples that are planning to tie the knot, Bahamas weddings are a very appealing option. With tropically gorgeous weather all throughout the year, stunning beaches and luscious gardens and forests, there is certainly a lot that The Bahamas has going for it. There are more than 700 islands to choose from in the Bahamas archipelago when you are hunting for the perfect location for your wedding, and there are different backdrops and wedding styles that can play host to your nuptials and give you your fantasy wedding ceremony.

Get Thee to a Beach Wedding

If there is one thing in great supply in The Bahamas it is stunning fine white sandy beaches. The beaches around the islands are definitely the most popular location for the wedding ceremony. A variation on the white sandy beaches that stretch for miles across the many Bahamas islands is Pink Sands Beach on Harbour Island. As the name suggests, this popular wedding spot features romantic baby pink sands. Even though The Bahamas is a popular holiday, honeymoon and wedding destination, you will not have to share the sand with other holiday makers. Your Bahamas weddings specialist or planner can organise your ceremony to take place on a secluded beach spot where you are guaranteed privacy.

Have the Best of Both Worlds

If you want to combine elements of tropical Bahamas weddings with traditional church weddings, then this can be easily arranged for you. There are many different denominations and faiths that are present around the islands, and your wedding planner is able to help you with organising the church. For Catholics it is important to know that you will need to arrange the paperwork six weeks ahead of the proposed date. Following the traditional or more formal wedding ceremony, you can then go tropical with your wedding photos taken on a nearby beach and the reception held in a distinctly tropical setting.

 
The Love Boat

A further option for your wedding ceremony is to take a cruise boat and enjoy exchanging your vows adrift on the ocean. These Bahamas weddings often work very well with a sunset ceremony. The warm breeze, the bold colours of the sinking sun, and the gentle rocking of the boat create a rich and exotic ambience for the ceremony. Once the ceremony is over and the vows have been exchanged, the party begins. You and your guests can enjoy a secluded celebration of your marriage underneath a Caribbean sky with the blanket of stars twinkling their approval. A cruise boat is a very special and intimate place to hold the wedding reception. There are plenty of cruise boats that can be exclusively hired to hold weddings and wedding receptions throughout The Bahamas.

The Bahamas is a magical destination for your wedding regardless of whether you want a beach wedding, formal church wedding or an off shore wedding. Each style of the Bahamas weddings listed above can be easily organised for you by your locally based wedding planner.

 About the Author     

Omar Isaacs is the Marketing Executive for The Bahamas Tourist Board, a tourist organisation that can help you plan the perfect < ; Bahamas wedding, and assist you to select and book the right type of Bahamas wedding holiday for you.

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