48 of the hundreds of destinations where our couples have celebrated their Destination Weddings:

BAHAMAS
Nassau and Paradise Island, Bahamas










JAMAICA
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Negril, Jamaica











CARIBBEAN
Anguilla






















Bermuda
Curacao
La Romana
Nevis
Puerto Rico
St. Kitts
St. Lucia











St. Martin
St. Thomas
Turks and Caicos

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Puerto Plata












Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

CENTRAL AMERICA
Belize


















SOUTH AMERICA
Salvador, Brazil

MEXICO
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Cancun, Mexico
Cozumel, Mexico
Ixtapa, Mexico









Mexico City
Puerto Vallarta
Riviera Maya, Mexico

HAWAII
Hawaii (Big Island), Hawaii










Kauai, Hawaii
Maui, Hawaii
Oahu, Hawaii

AUSTRALIA







Sydney, Australia
Yarra Valley, Australia

NEW ZEALAND
Auckland, New Zealand







Queenstown, New Zealand

POLYNESIA
Savusavu













Turtle Island, Fiji
Vanua Levu


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Grand Bahama Beach, Bahamas
Grand Bahama Island is located only 50 miles off the shore of Florida, and is a short flight from anywhere on the east coast. This island boasts modern hotels, nightlife, golf, watersports, and casinos. Although there is much activity on the island, it is also possible to relax on its many miles of beaches. (Top)
Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Jamaica's No 2 tourist magnet is about 70 miles from Montego Bay. Dunn's River Falls, is Ocho Rios’s main claim to tourism fame. A collection of waterfalls tumbles about 600 feet from top to bottom. Sit back and enjoy the scenery, some tourists enjoy sliding down the waterfalls while others like to just sit back and relax! The choice is all yours!! (Top)
Antigua
Antigua is known as the island of many beaches. With 366 beaches, couples are assured to find one that suits their tastes. Whether it is an active beach with water sports, or a secluded romantic spot, Antigua has something for everyone. (Top)
Barbados 
Barbados has a very trendy bohemian feel to it. Its pubs and nightclubs attract a younger clientele. Silver Sands Beach, at the southern-most point, is a favorite with windsurfers. The Gold Coast (west coast) is more upscale with luxury hotels and villas dotting the coastline, beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water. The east coast's Atlantic coastline is very rustic with beautiful mountains and ocean views. Its rugged waves are very popular among surfers. The local people (known as Bajans) are very friendly and hospitable. (Top)
St. Maarten 
The little island with the dual personality really does have it all - beautiful beaches, water sports, fine dining, duty-free shopping, casino gambling, and discos. The smallest island in the world shared by two nations, St. Maarten/St. Martin is Dutch on one side, French on the other. If you like your sun and fun spiced with distinctive culture, sports and activities, and fine dining, then look no further. (Top)
Punta Cana
Quietly and without fanfare, Punta Cana has become the Caribbean's dream destination. Until just a few years ago, these unspoiled beaches belonged to seabirds, coconut harvesters and local fishermen. Now, a discrete selection of world-class resorts has made this special place available to the rest of us. Come to Punta Cana and the Dominican Republic for the glorious beaches, world-class resorts, delightful people and incredible natural environment.  (Top)
Costa Rica
A natural paradise with something for everyone - that's probably the easiest way to describe Costa Rica. In the aptly named Garden of the Americas you can choose a vacation on a tropical beach, an encounter with nature among volcanoes and rainforests, or a cultural experience of museums, craft markets, and cafes. You can hike, ride horseback or mountain bike, soak in a hot spring, golf at a Robert Trent Jones course, go deep-sea fishing or sea kayaking and do all that on one trip! To match the diversity of things to do, we have an equally wide variety of places for you to stay, from rustic rainforest lodges to full-featured beachfront resorts.  (Top)
From the most popular destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico, and Hawaii - to Castles in Europe, or half-way around the world to Fiji and New Zealand, our Destination Wedding Specialists have experience planning weddings to literally hundreds of locations.

You can use our experience to help find the perfect location for your special day in paradise, and to make sure everyone gets there on time!

Ixtapa is located on the Pacific coast and is considered one of Mexico’s most beautiful beach destinations. Nestled between the Sierra Madre mountains and the Pacific ocean, this destination consists of the picturesque town of Zihuatanejo, which has a traditional rural feel, and Ixtapa, a modern tourist resort with quality hotels and a marina with more than 600 slips.   (Top)
The spirit and energy of creation surrounds you everywhere on Hawaii's Big Island. Polynesian legend claims the goddess Pele gave volcanic birth to the Islands of Aloha. Hawaii's Big Island is her latest and greatest creation. Countless waterfalls feeding rain forests of botanical wonder add a fantasy flavor to the landscape. And multiples of uncrowded beaches let you catch your breath amidst unspoiled beauty.  (Top)
Hayman Island, Australia 
Imagine a luxurious private island resort in the very heart of the Great Barrier Reef! Choose from rainforest and beach ceremony options – and a private atoll sunset picnic. A true tropical paradise – and stepping stone to
all that Australia has to offer. (Top)
Bay of Islands, New Zealand
New Zealand’s sub-tropical north archipelago of islands provides a unique setting for a beach wedding or aboard a private yacht. Luxurious properties and stunning scenery combine for a unique wedding venue. (Top)
Taveuni / Outer Islands
Taveuni, the Garden Island of Fiji, is the most popular destination for eco-tourism. It is the third largest island in Fiji being 26 miles long and about 7 miles in width. Taveuni has a number of traditional Fijian villages along its coast. The volcanic island is covered in tropical rainforest which is rich in colour, full of sound and scattered with waterfalls. High up in the mountains in a dormant volcanic crater is a large lake where the rare Tagimaucia flower blooms from October to December.  (Top)
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