Considering a Sandals Wedding, we are sure you have some questions right off the bat!

A Sandals wedding is the perfect choice for a romantic destination wedding whether it is just the two or you or if you have guests who will be celebrating your special day. Sandals will be with you every step of the way!  You will be able to enjoy your wedding and your honeymoon.  No worries!

Here are the FAQ’s from Sandals.

What are the wedding sites on property?

Most of our resorts offer a beach, a garden and a gazebo location. The location is chosen at the time of your on-resort consultation. Visit our website to view samples of our wedding locations.

What flavors are available for the wedding cake?

You will have a choice of vanilla, chocolate, Caribbean fruit, and red velvet.

When will I receive my marriage certificate?

Your marriage certificate will be sent by the following, depending on the island, Jamaica: 6‐8 weeks, Antigua: 4‐6 weeks, Bahamas: 8‐10 weeks, Saint Lucia: 6-8 weeks, Grenada 2-3 weeks, Barbados 2-4 weeks.

Who will assist me with my wedding once I arrive?

The Resort Wedding Team will be anxious to meet you and will be instrumental in making your dream day a reality.

When do I finalize my wedding details?

Details should be finalized 60 days prior to arrival; your Wedding Planner will guide you through this process.

Can I bring down my own wedding décor items and favors?

Yes you can, however we would not recommend this as there are custom laws that will require you to pay taxes and duties on these items or they might be confiscated if they are deemed as commercial items. If you decide to take items down with you please note that there is an applicable set up fee

Is my wedding legal in the country where I reside?

Yes, the marriage is a legally binding marriage. You should inquire with your local government regarding name change procedures, etc..

Is there a fee for the use of a personal wedding planner?

No, at Sandals Resorts, every bride and groom have their own personal pre-wedding and resort wedding planners as part of the complimentary WeddingMoon® inclusions.

What are the different types of ceremonies I can choose from for my wedding?

A non-denominational minister customarily presides over our wedding ceremonies, but if you wish to inquire about having a non-religious ceremony (justice of the peace) or a religious ceremony at an additional cost.

Are medical or blood tests required to get married?

No, the islands of Jamaica, Antigua, Bahamas, Saint Lucia, Grenada and Barbados do not require a medical or blood test to be performed.

We hope this answers some of your questions about a Sandals Wedding.  Contact Brides Travel, we are Sandals WeddingMoon Specialist trained and will be more than happy to help plan your dream destination wedding!