Posted 04 January 2014 - 02:19 AM
It was a very simple wedding. In the 5 days I was there, it was the only wedding, so they had at least 2 - 3 wedding coordinators helping them out. It was held in the chapel on the beach around 3pm. The music was from a tape recorder. They only had champagne after the wedding with about 20 guest. The bride stayed at a oceanfront suite with it's own pool, which is located near to the chapel / beach wedding area. Yes, I was one of those nosy people, but kept my distance. Lol.
The beachfront wedding ceremony space is off to the side, so not really anyone really sunbathing over there. In fact, most people didn't even know a ceremony was going on, the evening entertainment staff was practicing during the ceremony. One of the wedding coordinators had to tell them to stop, but the wedding was half over. : - (
The wedding coordinators were very nice. The resort is now family friendly. They have a bonfire on the beach making S'mores, a movie by the pool, and a nice nightclub with toga night.
This resort is one of the few resorts in Jamaica that is owned by Jamaicans. One of the staff members said that is one reason the staff love coming to work. Everything is authentic. You should have a great time.