Canadians Wed in Hell, Grand Cayman

Canadians Wed in Hell, Grand Cayman

By

Joy Basdeo

On November 3rd, 2011
I have been quite ambivalent about performing weddings in Hell, but with my second Hell wedding this week I think I finally have the formula right. First of all, Hell is a public space and therefore it is impossible to have either a quiet, or private wedding here.  But, if you don't mind onlookers and quite a lot of people taking pictures then a wedding in Hell. Grand Cayman might be just the ticket.  
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Entering Hell, preceded by MOH with...a handbasket!

This was a group of 17 from British Columbia, Canada.  They came in on a cruise ship and we transported them down to Hell for the wedding ceremony.  Since they were going on an island tour directly after their champagne reception on the beach, they did their souvenir shopping in Hell.
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Couldn't believe they got the T Shirt too!

We made sure their Special Marriage License as well as their Registered Marriage Certificate says "Hell, Grand Cayman"
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The Hottest Wedding Spot in the Cayman Islands

After a morning in Hell, Seven Mile Beach was pure Paradise.
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Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman

This group brought a lot of memorabilia and other objects so their pictures are very interesting.
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A Hellish Bride and Groom?

I was hot too, so I had to take off my usual hat.
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Just for the 'Hell' of it.

 
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Relaxing at Blue Water Beach