To tell the truth, I didn't want to do a wedding in Hell. I had never officiated one there before, and I didn't think it was a good idea. However, this is what this Cincinatti, OH bride wanted, and when I met her I could see she was a free spirit with a mind of her own, and a groom who doted on her.
Welcome to Hell, Grand Cayman
"Hell" is jagged limestone rock caused by natural chemical weathering. You can also get your post-cards and letters post marked "Hell" Cayman Islands.
Marriage Certificate says, "married in Hell, Grand Cayman"
Everything went well, and we used the less-touristy boardwalk behind the Post Office, which was big enough for a group this size.
Group of family and friends who came along on the cruise to attend the wedding
Celebration took place at Blue Water Beach
Many of the bride's friends contributed brooches to add to her bustier. This included a brooch her grandfather gave her grandmother in 1942
- A very unique wedding outfit
The bride eschewed the traditional bridal bouquet, and chose instead a wired arrangement which snaked up her arm, and showed off her ring and her turquoise nail polish.
An unusual bridal flower arrangement
I don't think any of those in attendance will forget this highly original couple, or unusual wedding ceremony for a long time. Yes, I have also agreed to another "Wedding in Hell" this November.