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You could always have a private ceremony at home before you head out on the special day and then have a vow renewal ceremony with your friends and family on a new date.

 

It is an option. We are facing the same issue. We will get married on the 28th but it is the 29th that we truly wanted to get married on.

 

Good luck and happy planning

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If you are willing to get married off the resort, I know the company I am working with does weddings every day (including Sundays and public holidays). The company is Tropical Weddings Jamaica. You can check them out at tropicalweddingsjamaica.com. The wedding co-ordinator, Almarie, has been fantastic. It might be a bit pricier than weddings on the resort, but if you are really stuck on having the wedding on a Sunday, they will perform both legal and civil ceremonies...

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I think most places will do a symbolic ceramony on Sundays. You should be able to get it worked out as you are open as far as locations. Happy planning

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Congrats and welcome! Remember to keep an open mind when planning your wedding :o) FI and I went through about 10 dates and 20 different locations, all that were "must haves" until we realized that a compromise was the best option. Good luck!

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Are you planning a legal or symbolic ceremony? The reason I ask is because Sunday is difficult because most countries require a legal officiant to perform the ceremony, which is why you are having a problem. Your task becomes a lot easier if you are willing to perform your legal work at home and have a symbolic ceremony abroad.

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You're gonna LOVE being a part of this amazing forum!!!

 

My best advice as you start down the road to your wedding day would be just to take your time and do lots of research before you book or buy anything (resort, attire, flowers, you name it!) and make sure it's all that you've envisioned for your BIG DAY!

 

And that's where this phenomenal site comes in: BDW has proven to be invaluable in my planning, and it's comforting to know that there are other brides and grooms out there experiencing the same highs and lows during their planning process...a friend is always just on the other side of your computer screen!

 

CONGRATULATIONS and Welcome to BDW...it's a wedding-planning heaven!

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