Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about getting married in the Bahamas? You’ve come to the right place! Chic Bahamas Weddings Founder and Director, Marva Munroe is a true expert in the islands and all aspects of planning a Caribbean destination wedding. If you don’t find your question addressed here, please reach out and we would love to provide answers.

What services does Chic Bahamas Weddings offer?

We handle every aspect of planning, designing, producing, and managing events anywhere in the Bahamas. While weddings are our primary focus, we would love to help you plan an exotic and unforgettable marriage proposal, anniversary, elopement, anniversary celebration, bachelor/bachelorette party, family reunion, or a party for any other occasion.

Our expertise in Bahamian travel requirements, accommodations, and activities also makes us an ideal resource for your private excursion. We’d love to plan that once-in-a-lifetime adventure for you or your group. Seasoned in the romance sector of luxury travel and hospitality, we also love planning honeymoons for newlyweds.

Learn more about our services here.

Logistics & Legal Requirements

Do I need a marriage license in order to be married in The Bahamas?

Yes, a wedding license will need to be obtained at the specific island where you’re being married.  Please note, you need to arrive in Nassau, Grand Bahama, or the Out Islands at least 24 hours prior to applying for your license and offices are not open on the weekend.  But rest assured, we will help with your application and procurement of all necessary paperwork.

How much does a wedding license cost?

Currently, the cost of a marriage license in The Bahamas is $260, we fold into our service costs.  This fee covers the license itself, the two required affidavits of singlehood, and one certified copy of your marriage certificate.

Is a blood test required to apply for a marriage license?

No, a blood test is not required for marriage licenses in The Bahamas.

Will my Bahamas wedding be valid in my home country?

Yes, your wedding in The Bahamas will be considered 100% legal and accepted in all countries around the world.

Who is available to perform our ceremony?

The choice is yours! Whether you prefer to be married by an ordained minister, rabbi, imam, or Justice of the Peace, we can connect you with an available party to perform your Caribbean marriage ceremony.

How do I learn more?

We’re happy to discuss your unique wedding vision and how Chic Bahamas Weddings can help you bring it to reality.  Simply reach out to us for more information!

 

We’re here to answer your questions! Reach out anytime!