Find the Perfect Location for Your Dream Wedding on St. John
You can choose from some very romantic setting on the beach such as Hawksnest, Trunk Bay, Cinnamon Bay or many of the secluded beaches on over the Virgin Islands. You can choose to have a very romantic wedding on any beach and have a very special and intimate ceremony. Beaches are the perfect place for a romantic wedding. You do not have to worry if every guest will have room to enjoy the ceremony. You can plan a very small intimate wedding or have a large wedding, the beach will have the room for everyone. Plan your wedding when the sun is setting and you will have an awesome view of the sunset over the Caribbean. Now, that is one romantic way to begin your life together.
For a romantic and beautiful place to have your wedding you must check out all the possibilities you can have in The Virgin Islands.
The Annaberg Ruins is also another wonderful location to say your “I do’s”. The ruins are very magical and have an aura all of their own that can make your special day even more beautiful. This plantation was one of the largest sugar plantations in the Virgin Islands and has some of the most beautiful scenery around. The tropical vegetation and the round horsemill will make a unique background for your special day.
You can plan a wedding on a yacht and be married on the open seas. The Caribbean breeze will give you a quiet and relaxing feeling and the waves gently brushing the sides of the yacht will give way to romance that you will not be able to believe. Have your ceremony officiated by a sea captain. Now, this is the way to have a real tropical wedding.
There are so many wonderful settings for your dream wedding. You can plan a wedding under the sea, above the world on the highest point in the Virgin Islands, in a rain forest, in a magnificent historical church, or in a private villa overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
One of the most unique places to be married in all of the Virgin Islands is at Bluebeard’s Castle and Beach. This historic castle will bring enchantment to any wedding. The fort was built in 1735 and the hotel began operation in 1933. The castle overlooks the enchanting Charlotte Amalie harbor a special view for your special day. Or you may desire a different view of the harbor. If so, then you can plan your wedding and reception to be held at Bluebeard’s Inn.
You should find a wedding coordinator that understand how important this day is for both of you and help you decide where you would like to have your wedding.
See you on the Island,
John & Heidi Walsh
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