Naussa & Paradise Island

​A beautiful beginning to a lifetime of happiness starts here. Nassau, the most popular and capital city of the Bahamas, is a little more laid back than most metropolitan cities, but full of culture, modern amenities, luxurious accommodations and great duty-free shopping.

The Exumas

If your fantasy is to get married on a deserted island, there are many options among The Exumas’ 365 islands and cays, including a mile-long sandbar in the ocean.

​The Exumas are an exotic collection of tiny jewels set in the most beautiful aquamarine and sapphire waters you could ever imagine. Foot-print free beachs and ultra-exclusive resorts make this tropical paradise a gem of the Bahamas. Great Exuma Island, along with Exuma Cays, offer an amazing variety of possibilities for your destination wedding. In fact, we say you won’t find a more perfect place. Miles of gorgeous beaches offer picture-postcard shots – numerous cays, charming churches and cultural sites provide endless possibilities for backdrops and your wedding can be tailor-made to your needs. Don’t miss out on a chance to ‘Swim with the Pigs’. No, not dolphins or sharks – pigs. The island called “Big Major Cay” is affectionately nicknamed “Pig Island” because that is where wild pigs roam free on land and water. “Although we say ‘wild’, these cute creatures are quite tame and love the tourists that visit them daily.” —Exumas–Bahamas Tourism
​A beautiful beginning to a lifetime of happiness starts here. Nassau, the most popular and capital city of the Bahamas, is a little more laid back than most metropolitan cities, but full of culture, modern amenities, luxurious accommodations and great duty-free shopping. Nassau has just under gone a major renovation in the Cable Beach area including the opening of the new Melia Nassau Beach. Paradise Island is just a short drive to the north that boasts resorts, restaurants, shops, nightlife, casino and golf nearby. Considering the island was developed exclusively to delight and accommodate visitors, it is 685 acres of pure euphoria.Nassau & Paradise Island can host an elaborate and formal wedding celebration in grand-style or a small, intimate, relaxed ceremony on a quiet secluded beach. It offers a distinct blend of international glamour and tropical ease. Many of the resorts have experienced wedding planners on-site who work with us to plan your wedding whether it will be a simple wedding to a lavish reception under the stars. Nassau & Paradise Island not only is a dream wedding destination, we wanted to tell you about some wedding theme ideas that would be ideal:

Underwater Weddings Get attention from some of the marine life in a ceremony beneath the ocean with the divers at Stuart’s Cove. Your wedding attire will be made from a wet suit.

Seascape Weddings There is no better place than one of the beautiful beaches to have your wedding ceremony with the ocean as your backdrop. Photo ops with sand in your toes define this a true destination wedding.

Resort Weddings Choose from many specially designed packages at one of the many resorts in the area, or opt for an à la carte wedding package where you can design your own wedding.

Nautical Weddings Get aboard a yacht and take a sailing cruise through Nassau Harbor while exchanging your vows. You can watch the sunset and take in the cool, calm Bahamas breeze.

Junkanoo Weddings Add some local color to your wedding with an infusion of Bahamian culture that is sure to delight your guests. Join in with the Junkanooers and show your partner your rhythm

Church Weddings Whatever denomination you follow, join your hearts and hands in one of the local churches.

​Botanical Weddings

Choose one of the beautiful gardens and say “I do” surrounded by lush, colorful trees, flowers and plants. Your ceremony will be accompanied by the fragrances and sounds of nature.Accommodation There is an assortment of resort types from small, boutique-style hotels for those looking for an intimate setting to large group gatherings that can be hosted at luxurious resorts such as Atlantis. It just depends on what you are looking for, there will sure to be something that suits you to a tee!

​Escape to any one of the beautiful, romantic islands of the Bahamas and enjoy the breath-taking panoramic views, soft white sand beach and spectacular sunsets that it offers.Home/Popular Destinations/BahamasWith more than 700 cays, reefs, beaches, parks, botanical gardens as well as other wedding locations, there are endless ways to declare your love for one another when planning a wedding in The Bahamas.Many couples choose the Bahamas as their choice of wedding location not only for the tropical climate and surroundings but also for a number of reasons. The warm friendly people, the luxurious accommodations, delicious local cuisine and how easy it is to fly from most major Canadian cities. Ask your DestinationVows Specialist about 3, 4 and 7 night vacation packages or help to your own Bahamian adventure.Let’s look at some of The Bahamas’ most popular locations for destination weddings and exotic, romantic hideaways.

Grand Bahama Island

There’s something for everyone on Grand Bahama Island. With a distinct mix of historic appeal, modern attractions and ecological wonders, your visit is sure to be memorable. On Grand Bahama Island, you can combine a glamorous vacation at an upscale resort with the charming allure of a small town. Boasting one of the world’s largest underwater cave systems, three national parks, endless beaches and crisp blue water, Grand Bahama Island has it

Full of history and charm, Grand Bahama Island is a complete vacation destination. Some of the island’s settlements, such as Pinder’s Point, Russell Town, Smith's Point and William’s Town, are named after the former families who founded them. Today, these settlements serve as cultural hot spots for visitors. There are three distinct destinations on Grand Bahama Island—East End, Freeport/Lucaya and West End—each offering their own unique experience. And if you’re looking to tour some natural surroundings, feel free to explore the island’s three national parks, two of which are home to a large numbers of native birds. And, of course, no Bahamian island would be complete without miles of beautiful beaches—found on the south side of Grand Bahama Island.