Q01: What times are weddings generally conducted in St. Vincent and the Grenadines?
Q02: If we wish to host our wedding in a different country, can you plan and coordinate it?
Q03: Will we have a coordinator through our wedding and reception?
Q04: Can we put together our own Wedding Package?
Q05: Are there different types of ceremonies?
Q06: Would I have to book supporting services such as those of a photographer, videographer etc?
Q07: What about the weather? When is the best time of the year?
Q08: I am on a small budget so I would like a small wedding. What can you recommend?
Q09: Can you arrange our entire wedding efforts including return travel?
Q10: How long do we have to be on the islands before we can be married?
Q11: Will our marriage be internationally recognise?
Q12: Can you provide, based on a list, music we need played at out weddings?
Q13: Can you incorporate both our culture and religion into our wedding?
Q14: Would our wedding arrangements include a rehearsal?
Q15: How long should it take before we can obtain our Marriage Certificate?
Q16: Can we be married on any island we choose in the state?
In St. Vinvent and the Grenadines marriage ceremonies are permitted to take place between 6:00AM and 6:00PM. Any time between would be quite fine. You should consider circumstances such as local culture and traffic when you are selecting date, days and time for your wedding..
SVG Dream Weddings will be pleased to assist you in this regard. Although we will work with local persons on the ground in the host country, we will certainly be able to provide you with a personal coordinator for your wedding and reception events.
Yes. This is a service we have prided ourselves on providing. We believe that we not only should plan your wedding, but we need also to see it through to completion. Furthermore, because we learn from every event, we are determined to do so first hand by being right on the spot when things are done right or become challenging.
Yes. Its your wedding, your way. SVG Dream Weddings' services would be concerntrate on guiding you throught the process until you are quite pleased with what you have chosen and arranged.
There are two types of ceremonies: Religious and Civil. A religious ceremony is one executed in a place of worship or a church. This usually requires the authorisation of the presiding official, a Pastor or Priest. A civil ceremony is a ceremony officiated by a Marriage Officwe designated by Government. The fees involved vary in amounts paid. Both of these weddings can be done indoors and outdoors.
No. You would not have to do so. SVG Dream Weddings will book and arrange all supporting services needed to make your dream wedding a reality. We will use our expertise to gain all the advantages of quality and finance for you. However, if you have done any arrangements or booking, please let us know about it so we can coordinate operations and so make your wedding a memorable and impressive ocassion.
The weather in the Caribbean is generally sunny. However, we do arrange tents for shade and rain. So you are reasonably protected should the weather change suddenly. This sudden change in weather usually occur during the peak of the hurricane season, August and September. Despite this however it rarely has been of proportions that stop proceedings. The best time of the year for weddings has been December - May when the weather is mostly sunny and warm.
We at SVG Dream Weddings welcome clients on limited budgets, recognising that its the marriage that is important. We will discuss with you what your budget is and the best that can be afforded. Our pledge is to work with you until you come to a decision.
Yes, we can. We will take all the needed information from you and proceed to make all arrangements for all your needs. You will however need to provide us with notice of this intent very early in the contact period. This allows us the time to negotiate the best prices, quality services and time arrangements for your event.
Visitors and tourists wishing to be married in St. Vincent and the Grenadines must be resident here for a minimum of one (1) day before a Marriage Ceremony (civil or church) can take place.
Yes. Your Marriage Certificate will be internationally recognised anywhere in the world you travel to or live. St. Vincent and the Grenadines is known worlwide as a wedding destination and has not had complaints from any quater concerning the validity or legitimacy of Mariage Certificates issued here.
We will me please to try to acquire music you need. However, we will much prefer if you have access to specific (particularly, cultural and folk) music you would like,please obtain it. Sometimes it can be a bit difficult to obtain foreign copyright-protected music on the island.
Yes, we can. This is of particular interest to couples that have different backgrounds. We would work closely with you to utilise your seas in the planning, development and execution processes. We also welcome any props and or depictions of your ideas for the ceremony and reception events.
Not all wedding require a rehearsal. However, should you require one we will work the schedule to be as unintrusive as possible. This will usually take place about 2-3 days before the actual ceremony. You should consider whether you need a reception rehearsal as well. We can advise you.
Your Marriage Certifice will be provided to you during the ceremony. We can arrange to store and pritect it for you until your departure.
Yes. You can. However, you will have to make arrangements to transport your guest as well. You can do so by sea or by air. The larger of the Grenadines islands (Bequia, Mustique, Canouan and Union Island) have airports.