Cruisers enjoy this Smith's Cove, Grand Cayman Beach Wedding

Every bride should have a picture of themselves on their wedding day, capturing the joy and excitement as seen here.

We have had an unbelievable month of May so far, as we try to accommodate those cruise couples whose wedding plans have been disrupted due to the change in ports and schedules caused by the H1N1 virus.

Here is another couple who had planned their wedding for Mexico, and ended up having it in Grand Cayman.

The two tier wedding cake serves a party of 20. Unfortunately, as I was just informed the cruise ship did not allow the group to take the boxed cake back on board the ship, because it was a "dairy" product. This tells me my cruise passengers should stick to the small 6" cakes in future, which can be consumed at the wedding site.

The wedding party poses with Joy


Hail, hail the gang's all here!

This little guy had a great time, tuxedo notwithstanding.

"I am so excited to see what thephotographer captured, it was such a beautiful day and the location wasstunning in the photos that we took.

Thank you so much for helping us out with the impromptu weddingarrangements. In spite of all of our last minute itinerary changes thewedding turned out beautifully."  PH

Ceremony including Unity Sand Ceremony by Joy , arrangements by Peggy of Cayman Weddings/Simply Weddings your experienced cruise wedding specialists in the Cayman Islands. Photos by Mari of Island Photo, flowers by Trisha's Roses, cake by Vivene's Cakes.
Call for your own beach wedding in the Cayman Islands (345) 5256551 or (345)9269933 or visit my website www.cayman-islands-weddings.com