Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Wedding in Jamaica

Jamaica is the ultimate destination for weddings. The mountains, waterfalls, beaches, and sunsets provide the ideal setting for exchanging your marriage vows. Whether you are interested in an intimate ceremony or a large-scale extravaganza, you’ll find Jamaica accommodation rentals to suit your needs.

You can opt for a seaside wedding ceremony at the water’s edge. Rentals such as Silver Sands villas have their own private beach where you can exchange your vows. You can also take a sailboat and go out into the waters at Ocho Rios, Negril and Montego Bay. Besides, you can choose from a wide range of villas and cottages where your guests can celebrate long after the ceremony is over.

Jamaica has some great beaches and so you can consider a ceremony on a deserted beach or even on the pristine seven miles beach in Negril ceremony on a deserted beach. Negril, with its seven miles of pristine white beach which has been continuously voted as one of the best in the world.

Besides you can hire catamarans which can accommodate 25 to 100 people and a band and have enough space to dine as well. Or why not plan a wedding against the backdrop of the majestic Blue Mountains or near waterfalls? What ever your idea of a dream wedding, you can turn it into a reality in the breathtakingly beautiful locales of Jamaica.

You can hire the services of professional wedding planners who’ll take care of all the arrangement right from obtaining the license and arranging for a clergyman to decorations, caterers, band and everything else that you might need. Also you and your guests can stay in private Jamaica villas and cottages because apart from better services, they would be more affordable than hotels and all-inclusive resorts.

1 comment:

Luxury Beach Villas said...

The Caribbean island of Jamaica serves as a scenic, romantic backdrop for a beach wedding. Couples can choose to marry on public beaches or private beaches attached to all-inclusive resorts, which also serve as a perfect honeymoon spot. Thanks a lot...