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I know there aren't a lot of brides on this forum who have chosen Bermuda as theiry destination, but I thought I would post a list of sites that I found helpful when planning my wedding. Maybe it will entice more Bermuda Brides to the forum! idea.gif

 

Bermuda Vacations, Meetings, Weddings, Guide, History & Culture | Bermudatourism.com - Feel the Love

 

The Wedding Salon, LTD. / Bermuda Weddings - Barbara Whitecross, Certified Wedding Consultant

 

Bermuda Wedding & Honeymoon

 

Bermuda Weddings

 

Welcome to Bermuda Bride

 

The Bridal Suite

 

Bermuda Yellow Pages Online

 

I know there are a bunch more I used, but I thought these would be the most helpful for anyone just getting started.

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it can be very pricey to get married there, but there are ways of doing it affordably as well. For my wedding I cruised to the island, cutting the cost of a hotel stay and food (which is where the money adds up).

 

Try taking a look at the 9 Beaches resort, or talk to a few of the local planners to get an idea of how much things will cost.

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Bermuda is an expensive island. And I agree, cruising is the best value as it's "almost" all-inclusive. And on many itineraries you stay docked so it's like you're just using the ship as your hotel anyway.

 

As far as 9 Beaches, it prices good but just research well. It's not a resort for everyone. And it is nothing like Tahiti (which I know wasn't mentioned here but is a common misconception I get asked about all the time).

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Originally Posted by Nassau2008 View Post
Hi,
It's great to see some stuff on Bermuda. I actaully lived there for 5 years, and loved it. It's too bad that it doesn't get more attention, especially from the northeast crowd that's under 2 hours away! I haven't been back in a couple years, but would be happy to answer any questions anyone has, especially about the island itself. I have been to most of the resorts as well, but again-that was a couple years ago.

Happy travels!
I lived on the island too, twice, for a total of five years. Getting married there was like going home again.

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No kidding, small world! It's too bad that Bermuda tourism doesn't wake up and get some cheaper flights in there, and some more all-inclusive plans. I wanted to get married there, but with my party crew, a more budget-minded all-inclusive was a better idea for us. You just can't beat the island though as far as friendliness, cleanliness, and safety.

Where did you get married?
Don't I know it. We ended up cruising to the island with our guests to reduce costs, but were only able to be on the island for three days...I would have loved a week!
We got married at the Coco Reef Resort (used to be called Stonington, not sure how long ago you were there), and it was absolutely beautiful.

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I can't wait to get married in Bermuda. I've never personally been there, however my mother cruised there 4 years ago and saw a wedding at Horseshoe Bay and fell inlove with it. With it being a 5 day and 2 days on the island, it was a no brainer, this way the people who have never been there still can enjoy the island on there vacation and well we can get married on a beautiful beach!

 

A tad over 6 months and I'll be saying I do at 9 Beaches!

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