Intimate Cabbage Beach Wedding Ceremony On Paradise Island
A Cabbage Beach wedding on Nassau is one of the lovely spots to hold your Bahamas wedding. This wide stretch of beautiful white sand beach with stunning aquamarine waters is a super backdrop for your intimate wedding ceremony. Though it’s a public beach, the quiet area of the beach is one of my favorite Nassau beaches.
Congratulations to Autumn and John who tied the knot on the pretty Cabbage Beach Saturday, April 18th. The couple was joined by 17 close family members and friends and included their wedding as part of a Bahamas cruise.
Cabbage Beach Wedding in Purple and Blue
The waters of Cabbage Beach wedding was the ideal backdrop to complement the blue, purple, pink, grey color palette of the event. John and Autumn’s two sons carried adorable signs in the processional … “Daddy, here comes Mommy … Run!”
The religious ceremony was performed by Reg Eldon. Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed Champagne and wedding cake before heading back to their ship to continue their celebration.
Photos: Warren Grant Photography
Chic Bahamas Weddings works with couples from around the world to plan intimate, private, and secluded weddings throughout the Islands of the Bahamas. Our events are staged and produced in Bahamas wedding venues like Grand Isle Resort and Spa, Exuma, Pelican Bay Hotel on Grand Bahama Island, and private villas, among other venues.
Charming locations for your dream Bahamas wedding can be found on any one of our inhabited 30 cays and islands. Typically, destination weddings Bahamas are reserved nine months to one year from the event date. We work with you on every aspect of your celebration … from accommodations for your guests to venues for your wedding ceremony and reception, cakes, design, decor, florals, photography, cinematography, music, excursions, and after-party and morning-after events.
Contact us today to start planning your magical day.
Arbour and bouquet: Styled Beautiful
Cake: Sally Gaskins, pastry chef
Planning: Chic Bahamas Weddings