Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Wedding venues in Jamaica

Wedding venues in Jamaica can accommodate a quiet ceremony for couple alone or a pull-out-stops extravaganza for hundreds of guests. Regardless of size you can choose from an array of Jamaica accommodation options ready to accommodate your needs.

From barefoot seaside ceremonies to lavish, flower-strewn gazebos, your dreams for a perfect wedding in Jamaica will become a reality.

Yearn for a sunset ceremony at the water’s edge? Many rentals such as Silver Sands villas offer this option, as well as gazebos overlooking out to sea. Make a few simple choices and the marriage coordinator you hire will do the rest. Professional wedding planners eliminate much of the hassle and guesswork in your arrangements. These coordinators handle paperwork and find the perfect clergyman, decorator, caterer and musicians for your ceremony. Spacious Jamaica villas have rooms for wedding guests to stay on and continue celebrating. Compare the costs of accommodations for your guests, and you will find renting private Jamaica villas will be quite economical.

Perhaps you’ve been dreaming of a sunset ceremony on a deserted beach. Negril, with its seven miles of pristine white beach awaits your pleasure. You can also go further out into the waters. Sailboats offer sunset ceremonies in the waters of Negril, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay.

Some catamarans are large enough to accommodate 25 to 100 persons and a band comfortably, with room to dine as well. You may want to wed in a cool and mountainous verdant setting with spectacular views. What about taking your vows in the mist of a waterfall? Several spectacular cascades in Jamaica include Dunn’s River Fall in Ocho Rios, Reach Falls in Port Antonio and YS Falls on the south coast. If it suits your mood, you can wade right into the falls.

Dream of yet another picture-perfect venue. Begin your life together walking through gardens sloping down to the sea at Frenchman’s Cove in the Port Antonio area.

Then there are Jamaica’s botanical gardens, which are so extensive that some say this island must be made of flowers. Several of the most extraordinary gardens are Hope Botanical Gardens in Kingston, Cranbrook Flower Forest outside of Ocho Rios and Shaw Park Gardens and Coyaba River Gardens in Ocho Rios.

What ever your idea of a dream wedding, be sure that it would become a reality in Jamaica.

1 comment:

Jamaica Vacation Rental said...

Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean, offering much more than just sparkling beaches and turquoise water for your Caribbean destination wedding. It is an exclusive location for the perfect ceremony. Thanks a lot.