St Lucia weddings: celebrate your special day in paradise!

Marigot Bay St Lucia weddingSt Lucia is one of the world’s top wedding destinations – hardly surprising, given the island’s beautiful scenery and fantastic climate.

If you’re thinking of holding your wedding in St Lucia, you may be surprised to learn that it’s not that difficult to arrange. And if you hold your wedding ceremony at Marigot Beach Club and Dive Resort, we’re on hand to help you arrange everything from your bouquet to your photographer.

We have many years of experience of helping happy couples celebrate their big day in paradise, so if you’re planning a Caribbean wedding or honeymoon it’s worth downloading our wedding packages and paradise for sweethearts brochures, to see how Marigot Beach Club and Dive Resort can help you with your planning.

Compared to a huge ‘do’ back home, getting married in St Lucia can be a less expensive option – and you have the added benefit of having your wedding and honeymoon all in one, held against a stunning backdrop that’s just perfect for really beautiful wedding photos.

If you’re planning to get married in St Lucia, there’s a variety of documents you’ll need to bring with you. These are:

  • Passport
  • Birth certificate
  • Deed Poll – if you have changed your name
  • Decree Absolute (if either of you have been previously divorced)
  • Death Certificate (if either party is widowed)
  • Sworn affidavit of parental consent (if either party is under 18)
  • Documents must be original or certified and in English


You need to arrive in St Lucia at least two days prior to the ceremony so that your paperwork can be processed. Other than that, it’s a real cinch – so don’t delay, get in touch today to discuss your St Lucia wedding and honeymoon arrangements!

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