Bahamas Wedding Venue
Rebecca and Patrick’s Grand Bahamas wedding at Goodfellow House, a private estate, located at Gold Rock Creek, was a secluded beachfront affair totally in keeping their desire for such a setting. The couple tied the knot Thursday, April 17, 2014 before some 33 guests from Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina, Florida, California, Arizona and Missoui.
After attending a resort wedding and being more inclined toward a totally private setting, free of onlookers, Patrick and Rebecca settled on Goodfellow House.
This choice proved a real winner as attending guests thought the setting was perfect, details of the wedding exquisite and the “most romantic” they had ever attended. The celebrant, Reno Smith, was personable and music by DJ Earl Neely “awesome.”
The best part of the couple’s wedding experience: “The ease of the event. Even though the power went off, it rained the morning of wedding day and the range went out, I still felt comfortable relaxing and keeping my stress inside!” said Rebecca.
Photos courtesy of WilGrant Photography.
The first reveal …
The Stunning Gold Rock Creek Beach
The stunning Gold Rock Creek Beach where Pirates of the Caribbean III was filmed just a few feet away.
Rebecca and bridal party walk along the beach.
Patrick and his guys …
This lovely couple climbed rocks … beautifully captured by WilGrant’s photographer Jeff Wilson.
Quiet moment …
Rebecca and Pat enjoy their first stroll along the beach as man and wife.
Sweetheart table kiss.
More from this lovely affair to follow in another blog post.
Floral design: Katybel Taylor, Native Flower
Steelpan: True Melody
DJ; Earl “Steelie” Neely
Hairstyling: Mel Ciccolella
Make-up: Amanda Knowles