Just to give a little info here from some of the questions asked in the past few weeks :
May and June are peak wedding season here. Some resorts will start to bring down prices in June, but for the most part it's been fairly busy and steady all season this year. Our quiet season (or as the locals call it "silly season") is September after Labor day thru to American Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving week is packed usually and hotels will charge prime rates. The first two weeks of December are quiet and then the middle of January also are quiet before the main tourist season starts. September through November will have better rates on accommodations, but it is also Hurricane season, I do advise travel insurance on the remote chance of a hurricane during that period. Other than Beaches Resort, Hotels on island are pretty willing to work with guests who are caught by a hurricane. Beaches has a hurricane policy but can switch you to a Jamaica resort to fulfill their obligation and the problems that arise with airfare and guests that may stay at other resorts can make it hard if a hurricane comes through. If booking with Beaches, book with a Beaches travel certified specialist and do airfare with them as well...that makes a huge difference.
Now, as I said, it is hurricane season, but they are few and far between and can hit any part of the Caribbean. On the plus side, I find that weather wise, late October and November have great temperature as well as water temps and not as many people on the beach.
If you want to compare and check on resorts and villas on island I highly recommend www.turksandcaicosreservations.tc (I am not affiliated with them, but they are local and tourists and friends love their service). Their site lists all of the resorts in one place so you can compare costs and dates etc instead of going back and forth onto different resort sites. They also have always had any resort promotions/deals on their site as well as a few specials specific to them. Even if you just want to use it to get an idea on room rates, it's a great resource.
We are a MUCH higher cost destination than anywhere in Mexico or Jamaica really. Each of these destinations is very different in terms of the beaches/water, the land excursions and the culture etc. Provo is known as a laid back quiet destination, for people that love the water/beach and water excursions. There is a little shopping, no tours inland unless you head to North or Middle Caicos and not much nightlife at all. Most of our weddings are making their own parties really, and just enjoying the time together with friends and family. We do have really nice restaurants and food so that is a bonus (but it can be expensive).
If you do decide to tour around the island or want to head out to blue hills/the conch shack or Chalk Sound/Sapadilla Bay: rent a car: they are much cheaper than taxis, we have two main roads that can get you pretty much anywhere and it's not tough to get around and very safe. Most will drop off the car for you at the resort.
Alexandria Resort is located in between the Veranda and The Palms. It's a great little resort, with a nice on site restaurant (Mango Reef) and super pool as well as a wide stretch of beach. My Aunt and Uncle stayed there around Easter last year and the rooms are really nice. They had a great time. We've had a few weddings there; Mango Reef has a nice deck just by the beach and it makes for a nice location. Here is one of them that shows some great photos of the reception and beach set up:
Someone else a little earlier asked about the Leeward Resort and wondered about the pricing. The Leeward Resort is located in the Leeward channel part of the island near the marinas and in a residential area. It was built on an area where the old marina was and a man made beach was put in. It is not part of Grace Bay and the channel the beach is on will have current and be a lot different from Grace Bay. Getting to anything other than the resort will require a taxi or a car. NOTHING is within walking distance at all. That being said, I have heard of a few people staying there who loved it as it is very quiet and the guests seem to have the place to themselves and the rooms are nice.
Weather in May and June tend to be warmer (August and September are usually the hottest most Humid months in my opinion): think summer on the East Coast BUT we do tend to have good breezes coming off shore to cool things down. I actually found our temperatures 10 degrees or more cooler than the East Coast in Late June early July this year (and the breezes make a huge difference). When we talk to our brides, we always check our sunset calender and can give you a time for your wedding so that it's about an hour to an hour and 1/2 before sunset. We recommend that for a few reasons: 1) you and you groom don't want to be too hot 2) your guests don't want to be too hot 3) That time will allow for great warm flattering "golden" light and less eye squinting. Plus you finish up your time with some great sunset shots.
I think I covered most of the questions I could answer from the past posts. It's been a busy season this year for us so I haven't caught myself up. PM me if you have any other specific questions or ask here!