Here is my recent experience with Weddings in Vieques, run by Sandy Malone.
From a purely business point of view, it was helpful to have Sandy's assistance. I didn't mind that she was a bit pushy and lacked some polish because she made sure all the administrative details were taken care of in a timely manner, which was the bottom line as far as I was concerned.
My husband and I had a simple elopement ceremony right on the beach behind the suite we were staying in, and I would consider ourselves to have been generally cooperative and low maintenance clients.
While the ceremony was beautiful, the Reverend amazing, and the photographer outstanding, I was unfortunately accidentally made privy to some negative e-mail gossip about us on Sandy's behalf. The tastelessness was somewhat compensated for by the photographer (who actually got to know us) responding to Sandy that we were "quite normal, interesting... and solidly grounded". But Sandy's lack of professionalism just put a whole bitter aftertaste to our once-in-a-lifetime beautiful experience which I can say we are over now.
The simple fact is that she was clearly digging around for some gossip, perhaps as fodder for her blog, and I must say that it seems she feels a need to take out her daily stresses and frustrations in this manner on the very people (whether she "likes" them or not) that pay generously for her living.
While it is possible to realize this is her own problem and not take it personally, it simply outweighs the kind of sad feeling you get from this type of experience. My husband was actually upset and took it personally whereas I was able to see it for the fishing it was- but he should not have been sad after his wedding! It sorta broke my heart a little.
So if you think it is worth the convenience, go for it- but understand the risk involved due to the potential for needless drama.