Weddings in Grenada
The island of Grenada is a special place to marry your beloved and spend the next few weeks relaxing together under the open blue skies. You can say your vows beneath the overhanging shade of a palm tree, or on a luxury boat above the massaging Caribbean Sea. Why not have your wedding in a shady garden alcove, with tropical Grenadian trees and flowers encompassing and cuddling your ceremony. Grenada is neighboured by Petite Martinique and Carriacou; two dreamy islands that provide alternative destinations for your special day. As sister islands to Grenada they offer the same welcoming customs, the same romantic setting, and the same quality venues.
After only being on the island for a short three days, you may apply for a marriage licence without any medical tests or blood tests to hold you up. There are independent wedding planners available to organise all the little details of your ceremony, from finding the perfect hotel or resort, to arranging the cake, guests, drinks, flowers, catering, and everything else that goes into making the best day of your life memorable for you. You can use your free time to peruse the island paradise – walk barefoot along the stunning coastlines, and explore the untouched tropics with expert guides who will point out every sight that there is to see.
The magical weeks that make up your wedding and honeymoon can be savoured at some of the most beautiful hotels and resorts is the world. Grenada is home to such diverse accommodation that you can find venues whose sole focus is on peace and relaxation, others who provide a carnival atmosphere of celebrations, and many that are simply unique to Grenada and the Caribbean; such as restored plantations, and colonial houses and cottages. Your wedding should be a cause for rejoicing, and it will be if you spend it on the spectacular island of Grenada.
Time Difference: GMT - 4 hours
Flight Duration from UK: Approximately 9 hours 40 mins
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar
Visas: British passport holders do not require a visa for stays of up to 90 days however, you must have at least 6 months remaining on your passport on your date of return.