If you're looking for the perfect fairy-tale wedding, you are just a few hours away from the best destination. Grenada has it all, from turquoise waters set off by the incredible white sands of the beaches to harbors scented with unbelievable tropical plants. Your dream wedding can become a reality when you step into this paradise.
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Grenada is renowned throughout the world as one of the most peaceful and idyllic spots for a wedding or just to relax. If you are thinking about having a destination wedding, your guests will definitely enjoy all that Grenada and its sister islands, Carriacou and Petit Martinque have to offer.
Numerous hotels and quaint inns are sprinkled throughout the island as well as posh resorts that are ready to cater to your every whim. They offer complete packages for both weddings and honeymoons that will take care of absolutely everything you could imagine.
In order to get a marriage license, you need to be a resident of the island for at least three days. The government of Grenada does allow these days to occur on weekends or holidays, to accommodate today's busy lifestyles. Make sure you plan to arrive in Grenada at least three days ahead of schedule so you can get your license.
You'll need to apply for your license at the office of the Prime Minister. You'll need to pay for the stamp duty and the license fees while you are there. It can take up to two days to complete the entire process.
Please keep in mind that if you have been divorced, the process may take a little longer. This is due to the fact that the documents will need to pass through the Ministry of Legal Affairs before the license can be issued.
In order to make sure you have all the required documentation for the licensing process, here's a checklist of what you 'll need to bring:
Please keep in mind that all papers must be in English and they must be certified. No blood tests are required for a marriage in Grenada. If you have any questions or if you need more information please contact us or you can write directly to the Grenada Tourism Authority: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out some of the wedding and honeymoon packages available in Grenada: