An unforgettable ceremony
The size and scope of a Cayman Islands’ wedding ceremony is limited only by the imagination. Couples can opt for a traditional wedding in a quaint chapel, stately church or luxury resort. To add a bit of Caymanian flavor, consider marrying amidst the pageantry of the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, beneath the gazebo at the Grand Old House, (a stately 1900’s plantation manor), or overlooking the azure waters of the Caribbean on the grounds of Pedro St. James - the birthplace of Caymanian democracy.
For a more intimate ceremony, couples can choose to marry on a stretch of sugar white sand along famed Seven Mile Beach, or just above the enchanting crystal clear water on the pier at legendary Rum Point.
Seafarers can choose to marry aboard a luxurious catamaran, or replica 17th century galleon as it takes to sea on a spectacular sunset cruise.
Those couples arriving by cruise may choose any of the above, or instead, opt for a portside wedding along the cobblestone streets of historic George Town - the Cayman Island’s capital.
However and wherever you choose to tie the knot, you’ll find a venue ready, willing and able to fulfill your desires.
The perfect reception
Once the ceremony ends...the celebration begins, and Cayman, as you’ll quickly discover, holds the high art of celebrating most sacred. Regale your guests with a scrumptious gourmet meal at any of Cayman’s world class restaurants. Bask in the awe-inspiring luxury and beauty of one of Grand Cayman’s resorts, or simply slip off your shoes and revel in the sounds of a steel drum band on a deserted stretch of sun-drenched beach. As dusk turns to night, let the party continue aboard a sunset cruise on a secluded deck - overlooking the sea or in the festive atmosphere of one of Grand Cayman’s exhilarating nightclubs.
From the smiling faces you’ll meet to the delectable dishes you’ll sample, you’re sure to find strong reminders of Cayman’s hospitality and heritage everywhere you turn. Yet there are a few times each year when Caymanian culture truly jumps to the forefront. Be sure to visit during the world-renowned Pirate’s Week celebration held each autumn. Or strut your stuff with the costumed street musicians of Batabano, Cayman Carnival. You’ll also find scores of culinary and music festivals, including the Cayman Cook-Out (an epicurean event sponsored by Food & Wine magazine and the Ritz Carlton, Grand Cayman) and the Cayman jazzfest, as well as a myriad of other local celebrations throughout the year.
Please note we are able to offer weddings for all denominations including Jewish Weddings, Indian Weddings, Vow Renewals and Spiritual Ceremonies. Please ask and we will endeavour to help you create the wedding of your dreams.
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