Platinum Jamaica Weddings Resort
at Gran Bahia Principe Jamaica
Beach weddings in Jamaica have become a favorite
of many of our All Inclusive Weddings clients
for several reasons. First of all, the country
is absolutely beautiful with inland mountains,
white sand beaches and crystal blue Caribbean
waters. It's hard to imagine a more beautiful
setting to begin the new chapter of your lives
together than standing on the beaches of Runaway
Bay Jamaica with the one you love.
It's also difficult not to fall in love with
the Jamaican people. A warm hearted people
who will always flash you a big smile and
say "everything be Irie mon". Irie
is a Jamaican noun that is sometimes used
instead of good-day, but more often means
great or excellent. I guarantee that after
Jamaican weddings our couples always think
that everything is Irie.
One other aspect of destination weddings
in Jamaica that many clients like is that
they take place in English. Most other Caribbean
destinations are Spanish speaking and the
weddings take place in the official language.
Married in Jamaica
1. If you book your rooms with All-Inclusive-Weddings.com
we will take care of your Punta Cana destination
wedding planning for you at NO ADDITIONAL
2. We will serve as your personal
wedding planners, information bureau for your
guests and your liaison to the wedding coordinator
at the hotel
3. We will also plan excursions and
activities for you and your guests both before
and after your wedding day.
4. In a nutshell,we’ll do everything
we can do to make sure that your wedding in
Punta Cana goes off without a hitch.
5. Working with Victoria for your
Beach Wedding in paradise is a win-win situation.
You get the lowest prices on your rooms and
personalized wedding planners to walk you
through all the ins and outs of planning a
Caribbean beach wedding.
There are many beautiful hotels in Jamaica,
but not many of them that we would trust with
our clients' wedding. There is a big difference
between hosting a vacation for a couple and
putting on a beautful destination wedding.
Every hotel claims to do weddings and you'll
see their wedding packages listed, but they
just aren't equipped to do them properly and
if by some chance something goes wrong - you
want to be taken care of by professionals
who know how to fix the problem.
For that reason we do most of our Jamaica
weddings at Gran
Bahia Prinicpe Jamaica in Runaway Bay.
The Bahia Principe chain is renowned for their
focus on destination weddings and it allows
us to feel confident that our couples are
going to return happy from their wedding in
paradise. Their onsite coordinators are top
notch and we know that once our side of the
planning is complete they will carry out our
plans to perfection.
There really are no free Jamaica weddings
any more although you'll see them advertised
everywhere. There is always something written
in the fine print - usually they force you
into a room upgrade that would more than pay
for the wedding package. You'll usually see
an asterisk beside any "free Jamaica
weddings" offer stating that the legal
fees are not included.
In reality, Jamaica wedding packages start
around $1500 including legal costs and the
ceremony and reception. Depending on the number
of guests and the options you choose they
can increase from there.
required for your Jamaica beach wedding.
They do make it relatively easy for tourists
to get married in Jamaica and yes the marriage
is legal and recognized anywhere in the world.
There are a few documents to fill out and
some things do need to be notarized (legalized)
and sent to the hotel.
Once the documents are filled out we ask
all our clients to fax them to us so we can
examine them and we send them off to the hotel.
We just like to ensure that there will be
no surprises for our couples when they arrive
at the resort.
Bride and Groom's court certified birth certificate
or notarized photocopy
Photo identification (e.g drivers license,
Notarized parents written consent if under
Notarized photocopies of a sworn affidavit
of Single Status: refered to in Jamaica as
Bachelorhood (groom) and Spinstership (bride)
Notarized photocopies of legal name changes
and/or adoption papers if applicable
If previously married before: court certified
or notarized photocopies of the final divorce
A court certified or notarized copy of the
death certificate if widowed
Notarized, legal translations of documents
The translated document and the foreign language
document must both be notarized
Conditions for Jamaica Weddings:
The hotel wants the notarized documents
at least 60 days before departure
There is a residency requirement of 48 hours
for the bride and groom. Check with our planners
to make sure your arrival date and wedding
dates are OK.
wedding dates start to disappear a year in
advance. The biggest mistake you can make
is booking the hotel before reserving your
wedding date. Check with our planners.
us to Price your Jamaica Weddings today and
we’ll start the process of making your
dream wedding in paradise a reality.