Your Perfect Wedding in Aruba

Your Perfect Wedding in Aruba

Getting married in Aruba is what dreams are made of. Bathed in the warmth of the turquoise sea, blissful sunshine and powder white sandy beaches, there really is nowhere more romantic to say 'I Do.' Whether you want to exchange vows with your toes in the sand, say “I do” in a chapel on a hilltop or share a first dance by the swaying palms of a seaside resort, it’s easy to begin a lifetime of love, adventure and happiness on the island that is famous for these.

Here are our top 5 reasons to get married in Aruba:

1. The Weather

For many people, the weather is one of the main reasons couples choose to get married abroad. Aruba is located outside of the hurricane belt so you can experience glorious weather all year round. It actually has the most sunny days out of all the Caribbean islands and benefits from the trade winds so there is always a nice breeze to keep you cool!

2. The Beaches

Aruba's beaches are not only some of the best in the Caribbean, but actually the best in the world! If you are looking for that perfect 'postcard' setting for your beach wedding, it truly is the most idyllic place to tie the knot. By having a beach wedding, it means that you can experience a more relaxed and informal wedding day. Follow your ceremony by a BBQ on the beach or enjoy some delicious food at a local restaurant. 

3. Wide Variety of Accommodations

There is something for everyone when it comes to accommodation in Aruba. From luxury resorts to small boutique hotels, you and your guests will have a wide range of places to choose from when you stay in Aruba!

4. Rich Culture

The Aruban people are known for having a natural sense of hospitality and always make visitors feel very welcome. The Aruban community is very diverse, with a wide mix of ancestry from African, European, South America and more! There are many events on throughout the year including the Aruba carnival in January which is the largest cultural event of the year. 

5. The Food

As the Aruban community is very diverse it means there are plenty of restaurants serving food from all over the world including Caribbean, Colombian, Dutch, Italian and much more. Even though it is a small island, it has so much to offer so if you and your partner are foodies it will certainly live up to your expectations!

For more information on weddings in Aruba call to speak to a Specialist on Freephone 0808 168 1210