Couples who want an exotic destination wedding should certainly consider the Cayman Islands.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional wedding in a small chapel or grand resort, a garden wedding at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, a barefoot wedding on Seven Mile Beach, or a waterfront wedding on the pier at Rum Point, the Cayman Islands offers the perfect setting to tie the knot. With a number of wedding professionals ready to help you with everything from flowers to paperwork, getting married in the Caribbean couldn’t be much simpler.
Unlike on many other Caribbean islands, visitors to the Cayman Islands can get married on the day they arrive. You will need to make arrangements ahead of time to complete the paperwork and sort out the details. A special license must be granted by the Cayman Islands Governor for non-resident couples. You should make arrangements for a Cayman Islands marriage officer before applying for the license. Other requirements include proper documentation proving citizenship and age (passport or birth certificate) and marital status (proof of legal divorce decree or death certificate if spouse has died); and Immigration pink slip showing legal entry into the Cayman Islands. You must be at least 18 years old to get married here without parental consent.
A Cayman Wedding brochure entitled “Getting Married in the Cayman Islands” and containing complete guidelines and information is available from Government Information Services, Cricket Square, Grand Cayman.
Phone: (345) 949-8092
Fax: (345) 949-5936