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Ok. this is my last thread of the day. I would like info of what the weather is like in June in Negril as far as hair and a dress? I am planning on wearing my hair long and flowing (hopefully) with a flower in it or something. And wearing a destination wedding dress, probably strapless, chiffon... I read that it is really hot and humid there in June and wonder if "flowing" is even an option or will it just be sticking to my head. And if the dress will be unbearable, though I know that it will be hot and some uncomfortable for sure. I am from Louisiana so am sort of used to it, though not used to wearing my hair down and a long dress in that heat.

Also the best time of day for a ceremony if I get the choice: Sunset, morning, night, afternoonhuh.gif? We will be getting married on the cliffs at The Caves Resort.

Anyone with info or just an opinion will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Finally!! someone that's going to the Caves :) We are def. looking into staying there at least for a portion of our 2 week DW stay this August. It looks so amazing in the pics i've seen on trip advisor, etc.... I look foward to reading your possible review of it.

I'm also a little worried of the weather and humidity in my planning for our ceremony in August, also.

Good luck with your planning!!

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Finally!! someone that's going to the Caves :) We are def. looking into staying there at least for a portion of our 2 week DW stay this August. It looks so amazing in the pics i've seen on trip advisor, etc.... I look foward to reading your possible review of it.

I'm also a little worried of the weather and humidity in my planning for our ceremony in August, also.

Good luck with your planning!!

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We're also going to be there in June, so any info on this would be great. My FI of course will not let me see her dress, but she is very concerned she got the wrong kind of dress to get married in Jamaica.

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