If you want to add something special to your Cayman Islands vacation, consider a wedding vow renewal. It doesn't have to be one of the big anniversaries, you can take advantage of our very reasonable packages to make your cruise visit, or stay over vacation a holiday to remember. All our beach Wedding Vow renewals come with chilled champagne for toasting, and non alcoholic sparkling grape juice if you bring your kids. Cake and champagne on the beach is always a thrill for your guests. I like to do the Champagne and Cork ceremony, a Cayman Islands wedding tradition. This is a lot of fun for children or other guests.
A 15th anniversary is special any way you look at it, and this couple from Washington state made it more special by taking a Caribbean cruise. Of course the cruise ship was in Grand Cayman on their actual anniversary and they arranged to have my husband and I do a vow renewal ceremony at Governor's beach. It was very early in the morning. around 9am and the beach was virtually deserted.
I love to do Wedding Vow Renewals, and I will try very hard to make it work for you, and fit into your budget. I have a basic package, and a deluxe package, but I will customise whatever you want within those parameters. If you want to bring your own silk flowers, and your own camera for us to snap some pictures, that's fine too. I think you deserve a day to remember in the beautiful Cayman Islands, and I will do my best to make this anniversary vacation unforgettable.
While we have special ceremonies we do for those BIG anniversaries like 25,(Silver) 40 (Ruby) and 50 (Gold) my personal belief is that every anniversary is a cause to celebrate. I willm help you add those little touches which convey just how special your spouse is to you. You can request 'your' song and I will pay it on my iPad, no charge. Just another way to make your day totally memorable.
I had a lot invested in this celebration, because I wanted it to be extra special for this Texas couple travelling with two of their grand-children and two other family members. Perhaps because it was close to my own anniversary, but wanted this to be a vacation they would always remember.Thanks to all our wedding vendors and service providers who helped me show our visitors some true Caymanian hospitality. These photos by Mari Abe, special order blue flowers from Trisha's Roses, cake by Miss Vivene's Cakes. Transportation arranged by Joselene Vegiz. this was a deluxe Cayman Wedding Vow Renewal, for a party who were travelling by cruise-ship and spending the day in George Town, Grand Cayman.
When this North Carolina husband began talking to me several months ago, he stressed everything had to be a surprise for his wife of 16 years. Everything also had to be customised, to make the event truly special. The only one who was in on the secret was his daughter, even her brothers weren't told until the last minute in case they spilled the beans accidentally.
Special order flowers of Stargazer lilies were selected for her vow renewal flowers, since they are her favourite.
The couple's three children all read selected passages and poems as part of the ceremony
Meanwhile after the ceremony, toasts and cake cutting this happy and surprised bride had dinner catered by local restaurant Eduardo's (also one of my favourites!) waiting for her family and guests back at their Meridian condo.
I really enjoy doing wedding vow renewals, and this one was no exception. I had made a quick visit up to see my new grand-daughter in New Jersey, but I told these clients if they could wait until Sunday I could do it the same day I got back (thanks to Cayman Airways direct flight from JFK)
This couple are from Marco Is. Fl. They had been to Grand Cayman on a cruise, and loved it, so as a very thoughtful anniversary gift the lady booked them to come back to her husband's favourite vacation spot. The ceremony took place on a wide stretch of beach near Tiki Beach bar.
The ceremony took place at sunset on Seven Mile Beach, Yvette McField was the photographer.
After the ceremony I took them down to see my dad, so they could tell him how much they enjoyed the ceremony. We found out that the husband and my dad had a lot in common, they both like to hunt and fish. My dad regaled us with stories of his glory days of fishing and hunting on Grand Cayman, Central America, and the Florida Keys.
I have a feeling this couple will be coming back in a few years to enjoy another special Grand Cayman vacation. I have promised to set them for a real fishing trip with some very special (t0 me) fishermen.