When is the best time for a destination wedding in the Bahamas? The culture, climate, and atmosphere are perfect year round! The average temperature in the Bahamas only has a small range; the summer is between 80 and 85 degrees, and the winter is between 70 to 78. The Bahamian people are friendly and hospitable. The stunning blue water, white sand, and tropical gardens are fabulous any time of year. If the sun, sand, and crystal blue waters aren’t enough to convince you, there are many other reasons to plan your destination wedding in the Bahamas.
Imagine your ceremony on the beach, at the water’s edge, just as the sun starts to set. Or maybe you prefer a gazebo in a tropical garden, surrounded by lush and exotic plants. Does this sound like a typical wedding? Tradition is fine, but consider the unique memories you will make for you and your guests. There may be a limited number of local areas for your ceremony. Why not break the mold and express your personal style? A Bahamas destination wedding will be special and set your ceremony apart. Chic Bahamas Weddings can make your vision a reality and give you and your guests a truly unique experience with memories that last a lifetime.
More Options for Dresses
Simply because of the location, traditional wedding dresses do not always fit a beach wedding. You will have the freedom to choose a dress that fits your style and perhaps avoid buying an expensive dress you will only wear once. Your dress will still be special, but you decide what you want to wear. Do you want a traditional wedding gown? Do you want something more practical that you can wear again? The choice is all yours. There is also more flexibility for the groom. If a traditional tuxedo isn’t his style, a destination wedding gives him many more options when choosing what to wear. There are many stylish and classy options for both the bride and groom.
Bahamas Wedding Vacation With Friends and Family
Traditional weddings pack a lot into a small span of time. Between the ceremony and reception, the bride and groom only have a few hours to visit with their guests, and usually that’s only a quick “hello” and “thanks for coming.” By the end of the day, the newlyweds are exhausted. A destination wedding in the Bahamas gives you and your guests time to relax and socialize without the pressure of time constraints. Destination weddings generally span three days, leaving plenty of time to sleep, swim, and soak the sun. Enjoy quality time with your loved ones without the stress of a traditional wedding in a beautiful, relaxing setting. You will avoid being the frazzled bride and can relax and enjoy your guests.
Limit the Guest List
Holding your wedding in your hometown usually means you have a huge guest list. Most couples feel obligated to invite their co-workers, second cousins, and other distant relatives. Because destination weddings require those invited to travel, the guest list will automatically be limited. You can share your ceremony with your closest family and friends, eliminating the need to invite your aunt’s cousin’s boyfriend. If you want to celebrate with a larger group, have a party when you return and include your co-workers, friends, and relatives you were unable to invite to the ceremony.
Make the Planning Easier
Chic Bahamas Weddings makes your planning simple. We handle all aspects of your celebration, remembering all the details so you don’t have to. Whether you want a simple ceremony or something more elaborate, we take your vision and make it a reality. From wedding location to the guest book, we take care of it all.
Chic Bahamas Weddings can help you make your dreams for your special day a reality. We ensure every detail is just as you envision it. Marva Munroe, the founder and director of Chic Bahamas Weddings, has over 10 years of experience planning destination weddings. She can plan a celebration for 2 to 100 people, taking the stress out of wedding planning. Not only does Chic Bahamas Weddings take care of the ceremony, but we can also make sure everything for your guests is smooth, including transportation, accommodations, and day-trips.
It may seem contrary, but a destination wedding in the Bahamas can actually save money. Because of the limited guest list, you will not need to spend money feeding and entertaining 200 people. You can save money on your dress since the large, traditional wedding gown is not necessary. Many resorts and airlines offer discounts for groups traveling together. Chic Bahamas Weddings can help you make travel easier for your guests.
Since it is always beautiful in the Bahamas, you can be flexible with the date for your celebration. Many resorts offer discounts during the off-peak season, and having your ceremony mid-week can also be cheaper. With the beautiful beach or lush jungle as your backdrop, you can save money on décor. Who needs elaborate flower arrangements or other trimmings when you have white sands, blue waters, and sunny skies for your setting?
Start the Honeymoon Early
Spend your honeymoon at the same place you had your ceremony with no need to pack up and travel; you can continue relaxing in the Bahamas. Extend your stay and seamlessly go from wedding party to honeymooning couple. After your guests depart, you can stay and relax on the beach and enjoy all the beauty and romance the Bahamas have to offer!
A destination wedding in the Bahamas will be a truly unique experience for you and your guests. There are many reasons to have a wedding that expresses your individual style and allows you to celebrate with your closest family and friends.
With many options for locations to hold your wedding in the Bahamas, Chic Bahamas Weddings has access to some of the finest venues to meet your needs. Whether you are looking for a beach, church, or tropical garden for your ceremony, we can help pick the perfect location.
Planning a wedding can be stressful. Our philosophy is to work closely with you to plan your dream wedding and reception without stress. Choose Chic Bahamas Weddings to ensure smooth planning and attention to detail. The result will be a unique, unforgettable event.