Cayman Islands wedding photographer

We offer Cayman Islands wedding photographer services to couples considering tying the knot in the Caribbean. Our event imagery has won nearly dozens of awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association, Fearless Photographers and the ISPWP. Dreamtime Images offers a non-intrusive, fly-on-the-wall photography style, all blended with humor, grace, honesty and fun.

The Cayman Islands are small and off the beaten path, but they’ve been developed with a look and feel similar to luxury locations in the United States. There is comopolitan cuisine, gyms and spas, bookstores, good shopping, and all sorts of mainstream liesure activities — all mixed together with some authentic Caribbean flavor. Cayman Islands’ destination wedding industry is well established, and there are a variety of wedding professionals who can help you organize your big day. In some ways, the Cayman Islands are a scaled down version of the Bahamas – still lots of services, relatively hopping night life, great food all around — but on a smaller scale.

If you’re considering getting married here, know these wedding requirements for the Cayman Islands. You’ll need a non-resident marriage license, passports, and a letter from your marriage officiant. You should call the Government Information Services line at (345) 949-8092 for all the relevant details. Because you can get married on Grand Cayman if you’re on a passing cruise ship, the marriage process is fairly straightforward. Unlike many other islands, you don’t have to be in the country for a specific period of time before your big day - you can get married as soon as your plane lands. You just have to have all the documents prepared in advance. The marriage license costs about $200.

Best Cayman Islands Wedding Venues

Here are some of the best places to get married in the Cayman Islands. First, you have to consider the Caribbean Club and the Turtle Nest Inn. The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman is simply unbeatable. The Grand Cayman Beach Suites and the Marriott Grand Cayman Beach Resort are both well respected, as is the Westin Casuarina Resort and Spa and the Britannia Villas on Grand Cayman and the Kaibo Beach Bar and Grill.

What to do on Cayman Islands

Really, the question should be: What can you NOT do on the Cayman Islands. The food is spectacular, there shopping and nightlife is well developed, there are world class resorts, gorgeous hotels, fun steel drum bands, festive parties or quiet moonlit beaches, there’s the Cayman Cookout sponsored by Food and Wine, and there’s a famous jazzfest. And if that’s not quite perfect, the miles of perfect beaches and organge glow of another perfect sunset should be just the right ticket. There’s more than enoguh for you and your guests to do.

Dreamtime Verdict: Cayman Islands

The islands are full of classly, luxurious hotels and restaurants, but the whole scene is not overbuilt like other places in Mexico and the Caribbean. Its small-town atmosphere oozes luxury and high-end appeal. There’s also quite a lot of fun cultural activities that should appeal to people who love food, music and parties. It’s also super beautiful, yielding a perfect place for weddings and photography!

Cayman Islands was last modified: August 8th, 2014 by Dreamtime Images