Planning a Caribbean
Wedding or Honeymoon

Getting married in paradise,
and having your honeymoon there. What a way to start!

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Caribbean Wedding &
Honeymoon Planning

All islanders welcome honeymooners, but not all have laws that make it possible for non-residents easily and conveniently to be married there.

If you have your heart set on a particular island, check out its legal requirements. See Caribbean Marriage Licenses, with requirements for all islands.

It may be more practical to have a religious ceremony at home, followed by a civil one in the tropics. Much of it is determined by the time you have.

Most islands have streamlined their requirements so you can be married after only a few days. Some will marry you as soon as you fill out the paperwork.

And for help in planning and coordinating your Caribbean wedding, check out our growing list of Caribbean Wedding Planners.

Or you may wonder if it isn't easier to take a cruise honeymoon and be married at sea?

This section isn't to rehash the legal requirements described with the individual islands. Instead, it's to show you some of the possibilities.

A Maya wedding in Mexico At an old hacienda near Merida.

Aruba wedding packages at the Bucuti Beach Resort. Also, Aruba's marriage requirements.

Cozumel Weddings: And Cozumel's marriage requirements.

On St. Croix, the Hotel Caravalle has made underwater weddings a specialty for years. Also, the marriage requirements in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

In Turks & Caicos, enjoy special honeymoon spa packages at the Ocean Club.

Weddings at Sea It's not the way TV and movies show it.

To get married on a cruise, compare cruise line prices. Everything is available for easy comparison.

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