Get Married Bahamas in the Spring

As Summer comes to an end, the wedding industry is already looking ahead to Spring and Fall 2021. If you plan to marry in the Bahamas, you should know about the trends we are starting to see.  At the top, Bahamas elopements, due to COVID, will increase.

To provide you with a bit of inspiration for your own wedding, here is our wedding trend forecast.

The Dress

Get Married Bahamas: 2017
Photo: Island Bridal … Bohemian chic destination wedding gowns and headpieces.
Get Married Bahamas: Spring 2017
Bohemian chic destination wedding bride, Kelsey. Photo: Alfred Anderson Photography.

Beachy bohemian wedding dresses will be highly sought after, with modern details including, crop top ensembles and dresses with texture. You can also expect to see some deviance from the traditional white dress, as brides opt for a dress in hues of blush and pale blue.

The Décor

Photo: Caroline Lima Photography

In contrast to wedding fashions, Florals are taking a decidedly minimalist tone with simple arrangements that feature lots of greenery. Florals will be arranged more like table centerpieces with bouquets that overflow with flowers in a few simple colors.

However, the tropical trend will again make an appearance in the wedding menu with Latin-inspired cuisines and tropical cocktails to complete the essentials for a chic wedding reception.

Get Married Bahamas: Bahamas Wedding Venues

Luxury is definitely in with some of the hottest Bahamian resorts topping the list as the go-to venues for destination weddings. Here is a sneak peek at the resorts that are attracting significant numbers of inquiries for upcoming wedding dates:

The Cove Eleuthera, Gregory Town, Eleuthera

Get Married Bahamas: Spring 2017
Get Married Bahamas: Spring 2017

The Cove Eleuthera is a relaxing, luxury boutique hotel located right on the ocean. This venue is perfect for an intimate Bahamas wedding and offers plenty of privacy with seaside cottages and villas.  The Cove Eleuthera is the idyllic Get Married Bahamas venue.

The Abaco Club at Winding Bay, Abaco

Get Married Bahamas: Spring 2017

The Abaco Club offers a stunning beach and gorgeous dark blue waters and cliffs to create the perfect backdrop for your Bahamas destination wedding or reception.

One and Only Ocean Club, Paradise Island

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Photo by Lyndah Wells Photography.

One and Only Ocean Club located in Versailles-style gardens will captivate you. With a colonial-era design, this unique resort combines the pristine beauty of Bahamian beach with the sophistication of a private estate.

Grand Isle, Exuma

Bahamas Wedding Resort
Photo: Mario Nixon Photography

Grand Isle, Exuma is one of the finest resorts on Exuma and is the perfect place for a barefoot wedding on the beach. With tropical vegetation and spacious oceanfront villas, you can create memories that will last a lifetime.

French Leave Resort, Eleuthera

Get Married Bahamas: Spring 2017
Photography: Dave Cartwright

French Leave Beach Resort sits on a lovely 270-acre preserve and offers a terrace for your wedding for two dinner. While the stunning harbor nearby reflects lights, this idyllic location is quite charming and ideal for a romantic dinner.

Island House, Nassau

Get Married Bahamas: Spring 2017
Photo: The Island House

The Island House offers contemporary luxury and is the perfect place for a  Bahamas elopement for up to 50 guests.  This boutique hotel’s array of event spaces, including the Events Lawn, are fantastic.

We would love to discuss your Bahamas wedding plans with you. Please contact us at Chic Bahamas Weddings to learn more about how we can make your 2021 or 2022 wedding celebration a dream come true!