Eat, drink and be married...in Grand Cayman

Eat, drink and be married...in Grand Cayman

By

Joy Basdeo

On May 31st, 2009
Some weddings really stand out in my mind, and this was one of them. After corresponding with this Hants, UK couple by the time I met them I felt like I knew them. Visiting for two weeks and staying at Morritts, this couple wanted MSC for their wedding spot, and they were not disappointed.Eat, drink and be married...in Grand Cayman - image 1 From the very beginning they said they wanted a white stretch limousine for the 1 hour journey from Morritts to George Town.
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I liked the choice of touch of violets for the bride's hair, which were reflected in her bouquet with cream roses, and the groom's boutonniere.
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Posing with Joy for the traditional proof shot.

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These are my friends Judith and Bill who I invited along to act as witnesses, and also because they had never seen one of my weddings. Bill was quite a famous footballer, playing for Middlesborough.


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Funnily enough, another even more famous footballer, Jack Charlton was in town this weekend, and I am hoping our newly weds got to meet him and his wife, Pat.



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This couple got some excellent candid shots like this one.


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We all enjoyed a couple of bottles of my famous Simply Weddings bubbly, which is very good, we all decided.

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The end of a perfect wedding day in the Cayman Islands.


Eat, drink and be married...in Grand Cayman - image 9Here is what this couple had to say in their own words

"Thank you so much for making our wedding such a lovely experience we
been talking about it ever since.

The limo was great , your wedding service wonderful and so very
personal, the meal at Grand Old House delicious and the town car ride
back to Morritts smooth and quiet.

Having Bill and Judith as our witnesses made it really special for us
so thank you again. They have given us a book of pictures of Grand
Cayman which was a lovely thought. We did post them a card before we
left and we hope that they received it perhaps you could let them know
please.

We look forward to the photos and we will have a look at the blog
tonight when I get back from work (I wanted to reply to you as soon as
possible).

Thank you again for making our marriage so very special. (Bride's)
birthday is in May we had our first date in May so getting married in
May was just perfect. Val loved Smith's Cove and we popped into it on
our way to the airport to say goodbye!!

We had an absolutely lovely holiday on your island and intend to
return sometime soon." MN

Ceremony by Joy for Simply Weddings, flowers by Trisha's Roses, photography by Dubadah Boldeau, limo by Grand Limousines.