Four Reasons To Get Married In Turks and Caicos
If you are planning your big day, you may be weighing up whether to have your wedding at home or jet off for the destination of a lifetime.
While staying local has its pros, such as not being too far for your guests to travel, there’s just something about a destination wedding that can’t be beaten, and here are four reasons why we think the Turks and Caicos islands are the perfect place to tie the knot.
Providenciales is home to Grace Bay Beach which is, without a doubt, one of the best beaches in the world and was even voted number one in the 2016 Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice Awards.
It still holds one of the top positions, and it’s not hard to see why with the incredibly clear and clean water, which is sometimes so blue it makes the sky look pale, and the powdery white sand.
What better place to get married than such an idyllic location? Take a romantic stroll on the beach to a new level and book your wedding on this beautiful beach.
Whether you choose one of their packages or customise your own wedding program you can be sure that everything will be taken care of. On-site wedding planners will attend to every detail, and and the suites are spectacular and luxurious.
Everything from the accommodation to the food is of the highest quality, and English is the official language, so you can be sure your day will come together just as you pictured it.
Your guests will love it
Getting married in Turks and Caicos is a sure way to make sure your guests don’t forget your wedding in a hurry! Whether you are only inviting your closest friends and family or bringing the whole crew, your guests will be talking about it for months to come.
Even those who don’t make it to your big day itself, the pictures are sure to be the envy of everyone who sees them.
The temperatures in Turks and Caicos are famously consistent and comfortable, hovering around the 27-29°C mark year round.
There is a rainy season which is June to November, when you may experience a few tropical showers, which tend to last only a few hours, however if you don’t want to worry about a mid-afternoon shower ruining your special day, you may wish to opt to hold your wedding in April or May.
This is the perfect time between the end of peak tourist season, and the start of the rainy season, so you’ll have plenty of peace and quiet but also won’t need to worry about having to move indoors.
We hope this has inspired you to consider Turks and Caicos if you are planning a destination wedding, after all, if it’s good enough for celebrities it must be something special!
What’s more, the process is really straight forward, and the islands are easily accessible. Your chosen venue will be able to assist you with making sure that you have all the correct paperwork, but just to give you an idea you can read more about the license requirements for getting married in the Turks and Caicos islands here.