The Grand Cayman Cruise Wedding that almost wasn’t…

The Grand Cayman Cruise Wedding that almost wasn’t…

By

Joy Basdeo

On November 22nd, 2010
This Minnesota bride was telling me how bad weather delayed their flight to Florida,  caused them to be re-routed and finally they reached the cruise port exhausted and with only hours to spare before their cruise-ship sailed.  Despite their 24 hour journey, and almost missing their cruise,   this large group of family and friends were in high spirits as they joined in this young couple's celebration and listened to them say their wedding vows at Blue Water Beach, Grand Cayman last week.
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"You may kiss your wife!"

The wedding party included the bride's daughter, who also did the reading.

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Wedding party "We did it!"

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It's the Best-Man's job to find the cork from the champagne

The rescuing of the cork called for a real Marine.  Fortunately there was one on hand, and he didn't mind getting wet!
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this is what the word "Best-man" captures

I think this couple was relieved that with all the planning and organising, and the stress of co-ordinating a large group, everyone pulled together and everyone contributed to a beautiful wedding day in Grand Cayman.
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All smiles from the newly-weds

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The whole group poses after the ceremony

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The last of the posed shots

All photos in this blog post were taken by Heather Holt. Thank you for choosing Grand Cayman for your Caribbean Destination cruise Wedding, and thank you for choosing Simply Weddings for your celebrant and planners.  We look forward to welcoming you back to the Cayman Islands for a longer stay.