Getting engaged is such a blissful and exciting time, and not least of all because you get to begin planning the most special day of your life!
But when it comes to choosing where exactly you’d like to tie the knot, things can get a little overwhelming.
Destination weddings are a great choice, as what could be better than combining saying ‘I do’ with the holiday of a lifetime? What’s more, whether you want your wedding to be an intimate do, or you want to treat your nearest and dearest to a trip somewhere really special, a destination wedding caters to either of those desires perfectly.
When it comes to choosing a destination, if you haven’t considered Turks and Caicos then you definitely should! Here are our top three reasons why.
Grace Bay Beach
The first and most obvious reason that immediately comes to mind when considering a wedding in Turks and Caicos is Grace Bay Beach. Voted the best beach in the world in the 2016 Trip Advisor Traveler’s Choice Awards, it hasn’t strayed too far from the top spot since and it isn’t hard to see why.
The perfect powdery white sands, the blue skies, and the warm Caribbean climate make it easy to understand why people love it so much.
And what could be more romantic than marrying the one you love on one of the best beaches in the whole world?
Enjoy a touch of luxury at one of the fantastic all-inclusive resorts on the islands. At Beach House all-inclusive resort which sits right on Grace Bay, you can enjoy an authentic boutique experience in one of their beautiful suites.
They even do wedding packages so you can be sure you’ll have everything you need taken care of for your special day. They have experienced wedding planners, and whether you wish to simply hire a suite for an intimate elopement, or hire the entire venue for exclusive use and throw a spectacular wedding with all of the important people in your life, you will be well looked after.
Besides being an absolutely beautiful place to get married, Turks and Caicos also has plenty to offer when it comes to things to see and do.
From snorkelling and diving to sunset catamaran cruises there are plenty of things to do in the clear blue waters around the islands.
Providenciales is also home to the world-famous bar and eatery da conch Shack, which is the place to be of an evening if you’d like to try some of the freshest local seafood while enjoying live music and rum cocktails.
Wildlife lovers can head to Little Water Cay, also known as Iguana Island. Here the endangered Turks and Caicos Rock Iguana is protected, and you can pay them a visit with a short boat ride from Providenciales.
With so much to see and do, it makes sense to extend your stay and combine your wedding and honeymoon in one!
We hope this has given you a little bit of insight into why Turks and Caicos is such a wonderful place to get married!