It’s Better In The Bahamas


When you contact Marry On The Beach, our travel and wedding planner will take responsibility for all your wedding arrangements in the Bahamas like accommodations for you and guests, the marriage ceremony, your wedding reception, music for the bridal party, food and flowers for the wedding, the make-up artist and hairdresser, the photography arrangements for the wedding and even the marriage license process. Whether you want a legal wedding or a renewal of vows, you will be provided with all the important information of what you can expect from Marry On The Beach in making your wedding dreams and your honeymoon become a reality.


This cluster of more than 700 low-lying coral-based island chain is located in the beryl-blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, yet all who are familiar with The Bahamas consider it a member of the Caribbean family. Located just a 35-minute flight from Miami. In most cases, The Bahamas means sun-soaked relaxation, duty-free shopping, unmatched ecological beauty and an endless supply of conch fritters. Days full of lounging on sugary-white beaches, dolphin encounters and exploring underwater reefs give way to breezy nights spent at Paradise Island casinos, sipping locally made rum drinks or enjoying Bahamian cuisine at an oceanfront restaurant.


The Bahamas consist of three main islands and a handful of Out Islands. Grand Bahama Island, Paradise Island and New Providence Island attract the most tourists year-round, and offer a range of accommodations from super-exclusive resorts to mid-range hotels. Lucayan National Park, on the island of Grand Bahama, is home to all six of the island’s natural ecosystems, including one of the longest underwater caves in the world.


The soul of New Providence Island, Nassau is a shopping and entertainment mecca. The high and low-end shops vie for your attention on Bay Street while hawking jewelry, perfume, liquor and souvenirs. This same energy is poured into the discos, bars and nightclubs that pulse along the streets after dark. Connected to New Providence by bridge, Paradise Island is a much smaller island dominated by the sprawling Las Vegas-style resort, Atlantis.

Though a variety of international cuisine can be found on the islands, there are certain native dishes that are unique to The Bahamas. With a bounty of fresh seafood coming into restaurants daily, conch, land crab, crawfish, grouper and red snapper are favorites among locals and tourists alike. For a truly Bahamian experience on Nassau’s Cable Beach, check out Café Johnny Canoe for blackened grouper and guava cocktails. For an eclectic and creative menu serving everything from Cuban-style sea bass to New Zealand lamb, try the Ferry House on Grand Bahama Island. An upscale choice serving gourmet versions of local specialties on New Providence Island is Dune, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Water lovers love the crystal blue clear waters here. Snorkeling is very popular because of the plentiful colored marine life, which include the wild spotted dolphins. Many of the snorkel sites have been featured in the James Bond films. Deep sea fishing is also very popular with many different types of game fish, including snapper, grouper, yellowtail, wahoo, barracuda and kingfish. Bonefishing is another Bahamian tradition.


With a tropical marine climate, The Bahamas enjoys seasonably warm and pleasant weather year-round. There are two seasons — summer, which from May through September and averages in the low to mid-80s°F, and winter, which lasts from October through April and usually never drops below 60°F. The rainy season shows up in the late summer months, with an occasional tropical storm or hurricane touching down from late June through November. The summer months can be fairly humid, and therefore the peak season to visit is during the winter (mid-December to mid-April). When traveling in the off-season, rates can be slashed from 20 to 60 percent.

Marry On The Beach – Your Travel And Wedding Planner In The Bahamas

All you have to do is to click on the button below, complete our form with your contact information, the island you intend to hold your wedding in, your budget for the wedding, your desired wedding date, the expected number of guests, how long you intend to stay on island, your expected date of arrival and departure and any special requests you have. Once you provide all this information, you will receive a reply from an assigned Marry On The Beach personal wedding planner. The reply will be within 24 hours and at that time, we will request a telephone conference with you to discuss all of the important feasibility and availability of your wedding requirements. Alternatively, if you wish for a more immediate contact, you can call us at our toll free number at 1- 800-585-9437.

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