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Carnival Cruise Vs Independent Vendors

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Looking to get married in the Spring of 2018 in either Aruba or Grand Turk.  Wondering whether to book wedding package through Carnival or go through an independent vendor avoiding Carnival expenses since I would like to get married ON the island, not the ship. And I would rather not have reception because I don't want to take time away from port to get back on ship early. Any advice?

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@@laurenlou21 I got married in Jamaica during a cruise. I worked with a planner on the island instead of working with the cruise line. I had read so many reviews saying that the cruise line doesn't do much of the planning until the last minute and I didn't like that idea. Let me know if you have any other questions about a cruise wedding.

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I got married in Vietnam since 2013


You need to spend time with your other half as you participate in his favorite activities and vice versa. Try new things together. If he likes to fish, why not try to go with him a few times, while he's fishing, you can read books for example.


You need to spend time with your other half as you participate in his favorite activities and vice versa. Try new things together. If he likes to fish, why not try to go with him a few times, while he's fishing, you can read books for example.


You need to spend time with your other half as you participate in his favorite activities and vice versa. Try new things together. If he likes to fish, why not try to go with him a few times, while he's fishing, you can read books for example.


You need to spend time with your other half as you participate in his favorite activities and vice versa. Try new things together. If he likes to fish, why not try to go with him a few times, while he's fishing, you can read books for example. When you live at the same time you will realize his weakness. Do not turn your back on him for that, but learn to love those points. Consider that part of him and make laughter from that.


You need to spend time with your other half as you participate in his favorite activities and vice versa. Try new things together. If he likes to fish, why not try to go with him a few times, while he's fishing, you can read books for example. When you live at the same time you will realize his weakness. Do not turn your back on him for that, but learn to love those points. Consider that part of him and make laughter from that.


You need to spend time with your other half as you participate in his favorite activities and vice versa. Try new things together. If he likes to fish, why not try to go with him a few times, while he's fishing, you can read books for example. When you live at the same time you will realize his weakness. Do not turn your back on him for that, but learn to love those points. Consider that part of him and make laughter from that.

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