Today, we share more Bahamas Wedding Destinations … Jen and Moises’ pretty event under sapphire-blue skies, a setting of turquoise water and pure white-sand beach wedding details are highlighted. This lovely event took place Saturday, August 9, 2014 as 32 family and friends joined the happy couple for their early afternoon ceremony and evening wedding reception at Grand Lucayan Beach and Golf Resort, Grand Bahama Island.
Burlap and Lace
Burlap and lace guest invitations.
Bahamas Wedding Destinations guests’ welcome bag.
Bahamas Wedding Flowers
Groom’s bright tropical bouquet of orchids, ranunculus and roses.
Your special time deserves to be celebrated in an equally special place. Many couples choose Grand Bahama Island as their wedding destination because we have our own way of performing and creating unforgettable ceremonies. You’ll find a memorable mix of historic charm, modern attractions and ecological wonders perfect for starting your life together.
Bride’s bouquet of orchids, mini calla lilies, lilies, roses and ranunculus.
Arbor floral bouquet.
Ring pillow of burlap and lace with bride’s earrings.
Burlap and lace chair end ties.
Bahamas wedding destinations mason jar table centerpiece wrapped with burlap and lace.
According to the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, there’s something for everyone on Grand Bahama Island. With a distinct mix of historic appeal, modern attractions and ecological wonders, your visit is sure to be memorable. On Grand Bahama Island, you can combine a glamorous vacation at an upscale resort with the charming allure of a small town. Boasting one of the world’s largest underwater cave systems, three national parks, endless beaches and crisp blue water, Grand Bahama Island has it all.
Full of history and charm, Grand Bahama Island is a complete vacation destination. Some of the island’s settlements, such as Pinder’s Point, Russell Town, Smith’s Point and William’s Town, are named after the former families who founded them. Today, these settlements serve as cultural hot spots for visitors. There are three distinct destinations on Grand Bahama Island—East End, Freeport/Lucaya and West End—each offering their own unique experience. And if you’re looking to tour some natural surroundings, feel free to explore the island’s three national parks, two of which are home to a large numbers of native birds. And, of course, no Bahamian island would be complete without miles of beautiful beaches—found on the south side of Grand Bahama Island.
Contact Chic Bahamas Weddings today to plan your Bahamas Wedding on one of our 700 islands and cays.
Photos: Lyndah Wells Photography.