There’s a reason why the magical island of Saint Lucia is praised year after year as the most romantic island for weddings and honeymoons by numerous travel sources. In 2002 – 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Saint Lucia was awarded World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination as well as the Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination award for 2011 and 2012. The colorful towns, picturesque views, intimate sunsets and magical beaches all confer to the romance that that you experience every time you visit.
Sunset at Capella Marigot Bay Resort and Marina
I have never felt so warm inside as I look around and breathe in an air filled with love and excitement when strolling through golden sands towards the most intimate sunsets. Saint Lucia is truly the one destination that offers perfectly luxurious getaways for the perfect couple. Here, you can share freshly cut coconuts with the one you love and also experience an exhilarating rainforest zip line tour. This land of magic and mystery allows you the freedom to tie the knot anywhere you like! I have witnessed many weddings that leave me with tears of joy as I feel that connection that many feel whenever they come in contact with the most beautiful wedding, honeymoon and vow renewal spots that this destination island has to offer. You have the option to be enchanted by a lovely beach wedding that has you feeling like a dream come true with the waters of the Caribbean Sea flowing gently over your toes or a tropical garden wedding where you are surrounded by unique designs of flora and sweet chirping melodies of little song birds. There is also the option to have a more traditional wedding in historic churches where you can continue to write your history together.
It really is very simple and easy to say I do right here! Here is what you need to plan a destination wedding in Saint Lucia:
- Passport of each party
- Birth Certificate of each party
- Decree Absolute if one of the parties is divorced
- In the case of a widow or widower, a death certificate of the deceased spouse
- A Deed Poll if a name has been changed
- If one of the parties is under the age of 18 years, evidence of a consent of parents in the form of a sworn affidavit stamped by a Notary Public.
- An authenticated translation of any document not in English
- Applications made by a local solicitor to the Attorney General or notary who prepares and signs the license.
Yes, a destination wedding would be perfect for you and also perfect if you wish to say I do all over again. I love vow renewals too as I get to witness couples fall in love again whilst sailing away towards the horizon with personal chef and assistant services on board.
If you wish to say I do, contact your Capella Marigot Bay romance specialist at email@example.com to help make that dream wedding your reality.