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What’s in a Name?

In January 2007 I was appointed as a Civil Registrar of Marriages for the Cayman Islands. I had been a Deputy Civil Registrar for 12 years, but this meant I would have my own Register. This is a picture of me receiving my certificate of registration from the Honourable George McCarthy, OBE, ...

Vow Renewal Ceremony at Morritts Tortuga, Grand Cayman

This week I performed a vow renewal ceremony for a US couple, who were visiting for a week at the Morritts Tortuga timeshare complex in East End, Grand Cayman. Like many of my couples, they were accompanied by their children (13) and (6). As a wedding celebrant, and probably because I am a ...

Is a Wedding Vow Renewal Ceremony for You?

Destination weddings have increased in popularity over the past five years, as the children of the “baby boomers” reach marriageable age. But what of the “baby boomers” themselves? The Destination Wedding industry is now experiencing a new wave, as older couples seek to renew their ...

What is a “Wedding Blessing” Ceremony?

Can we have a wedding ceremony although we're already married? I get this question from couples all the time. Of course you can, only it's not a wedding, or a renewal, but a blessing ceremony.Sometime couples will have a civil ceremony in their own country, but they want the frills, the ...

“Mini-moons” popular with younger couples

It seems that the two or three week honeymoon is becoming a thing of the past, with many younger couples wanting to combine their wedding and honeymoon over a 5-7 day period. One easy way to do this is to have your wedding while you're on a cruise.Grand Cayman is a popular cruise ...
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