I am thinking of having a wedding ceremony and reception in Aruba because I like the idea of white sand swishing between my feet, near the bluest of waters. The best thing about making our upcoming destination wedding is I do not have to stress about small details. Will the wedding planner have enough chairs for guests and will the moment of “Mr. and Mrs.” be as I imagined?
I am thinking about booking an all-inclusive stay at the Divi Aruba because they offer wedding packages for larger wedding parties and it is easy for me to get 20 double rooms for my guests. Who cannot say they do not want to get married in a tropical paradise, too?
It is heaven – with all the amenities and meals Covered
Who can say they do not want to stay at a resort that offers guests unlimited drinks and coupons to the Alhambra Casino. I have not been to a casino, but I cannot wait to try my luck at the roulette wheel. After I eat several meals in upscale restaurants near the Divi Aruba, I may need to work of some weight and muscle as I climb the fitness wall.
I am not much for golf, but I cannot wait to sunbathe under a shade umbrella, near the hotel’s new step-down pool. Some people want to know why I want to get married in Aruba. It seems like a great place, if you want a hassle-free wedding ceremony and do not mind paying someone else to coordinate the ceremony, make sure the flowers are in place, and cue the music. The advantage is that when I book, I get seven nights for free. I can have my wedding and honeymoon in the same place; I do not have to go anywhere. It is a stress-free environment, where I can share my love with the one I love.
Glorious wedding ceremony where I do not have to plan
I must admit I am looking forward to a night of champagne and being with my love after the wedding ceremony. Aruba is going to glorious in May. It is nice I get a certificate to remember our wedding, too. I am glad someone else must remember the wedding details that I know I will forget, such as the floor-draped tablecloth or two torches.
Has anyone else been considering Aruba for a wedding destination? I must admit the idea of Oceanside breezes and the $1,000 compensation wedding package had me sold on Divi Aruba for quite a while. Who feels like thy are paid to have their wedding and the honeymoon in the same place!