Red and White Overwater Gazebo Nassau Elopement
Couple: Red and White Love Wedding!
Katrine and Larry love the Bahamas! Frequent visitors to Nassau, and they wanted to share their love for the island with family and, friends. They chose to host their celebration in Nassau. Katrine fell in love with Compass Point Beach Resort and chose this venue for their red and white overwater Gazebo Nassau elopement ceremony. The reception followed on the hotel’s Terrace with beautiful ocean views. Read more about Bahamas elopements.
But Covid surfaced and disrupted plans. Originally scheduled for December 2019, the couple elected to reschedule and did so twice before their wedding took place. However, this Tennessee couple was determined to marry in the Bahamas.
And so one year later, the couple exchanged vows at a later afternoon ceremony. Medical professionals, the bride said her group had no fear of the pandemic. They felt comfortable traveling to the Bahamas for her destination wedding. These closest friends were thrilled to be with a dear friend at her milestone celebration.
Katrine was particularly attracted to Compass Point. An overwater gazebo Nassau elopement that was intimate and sweet — 10 guests including the bride and groom — was exactly what she wanted. Red is the couple’s favorite color. They combined that with white and touches of gold to create the perfect color palette.
Late Afternoon Overwater Gazebo Nassau Elopement
Late afternoon in December Katrine and Larry tied the know in a sweet ceremony before close friends. The officiant attended the same university that Katrine did. This was most meaningful to her.
Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktail hour with passed hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Then, they sat for a three-course plated dinner
Beautiful gold accents complemented the red and white palette of the wedding.
Compass Point Beach Resort West Bay Street, Nassau is the ideal setting for a colorful ocean view celebration.
Katrine wanted to share the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas and local experiences like Fish Fry at Arawak Cay with her friends. The group was intimate and shared all group activities.