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Nunina

Newbie - 2010 Bride on Caribbean Princess!

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Hi Nuni!

 

Welcome! You'll find lots of great information here. I too am a Princess Cruise Bride. We're sailing in January on the Ruby Princess and will be getting married while in port (on the beach) in St. Thomas. I didn't go through the cruiseline's wedding planner (we have been working with a local vendor- Leslie of Perfect Weddings of St. Thomas). The Caribbean princess is a gorgeous ship! You made a great choice. If you have any questions- don't hesitate to send me a private message.

 

Happy Planning!

 

Kerri (kpuckrin)

 

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Hello to all brides!

 

We are getting married in March 2010 on a Harborside (port) wedding aboard the Caribbean Princess.

 

I am looking for past, present or future Princess Cruise brides, especially those married harborside. Anyone out there?

 

Congratulations to all the brides here!

 

Nuni

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Hi Nuni!

Welcome! You'll find lots of great information here. I too am a Princess Cruise Bride. We're sailing in January on the Ruby Princess and will be getting married while in port (on the beach) in St. Thomas. I didn't go through the cruiseline's wedding planner (we have been working with a local vendor- Leslie of Perfect Weddings of St. Thomas). The Caribbean princess is a gorgeous ship! You made a great choice. If you have any questions- don't hesitate to send me a private message.

Happy Planning!

Kerri (kpuckrin)
Hi Kerri!

How exciting! I am so happy you are a Princess bride as well. For some reason there doesn't seem to be many of us!

I didn't know you could work with someone else. I thought only TWE was the only authorized people to work on the cruise... hmmm... but anyway, I don't think I would've had much luck here in Puerto Rico, since nobody seems to know you could get married on the ship! Everywhere I go, as soon as I tell people, they look at me with a "you-can-do-that?" look on their faces! hehe, kinda of funny if you can believe it.

Thanks for posting and let's trade tips! You are more than welcome to private message me as well.

Good luck!

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Well, I don't think you can use another wedding coordinator if you're getting married ON the ship. We're getting married on the beach, so that's how we were able to work with someone other than TWE. :) Happy Planning!

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