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Be Swept Off Your Feet

fleurdelisFor those with a lifelong dream saying I do at a romantic island getaway with charming French ambience let St. Martin make your dreams come true, all while creating memories that will last a lifetime. There are several good words to describe how beautiful an island wedding can be fairy tale like, romantic, glamorous, or carefree and so much more fun you will not believe it’s your wedding. A destination wedding in St. Martin is like being on an extraordinary vacation with all the people you love and like the most. This is your day and if you choose to get married on St. Maarten/St. Martin, it will be the most memorable day of your life even more so than if you got married back where you come from.

Getting married on St. Maarten/St. Martin has a lot of benefits. You have great weather and a gorgeous location. Be swept away and live out your wedding day fantasies on this paradise island. Whether you want simple and traditional or over the top and outrageous, the floral decor possibilities are endless. From white Thai orchids to iridescent French peonies draped over wedding arches, you can have pretty much what you dream. As a backdrop to you, your wedding party and the flowers, the island is also home to creative set designers who add that extra layer of beauty to the dream of your wedding like sheer panels floating in tropical breezes, grand arches to frame the Caribbean Sea as a backdrop or bridal paths strewn with tropical petals.

The benefits of a destination wedding in St. Martin aren’t limited to picturesque locations or honeymoon options. This is also a great place to play and entertain your guests. Spa days and activities at places like L’Aqualigne, Good Life Spa, and the Radisson blue, Westin or Indulgence by the Sea. Other options include horseback rides, zip line excursions through the rainforest, scenic boat day trips, diving and snorkeling trips and day trips to the neighboring islands of Saba, St. Barths and Anguilla.


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