Category Archives: Beach Weddings, Turks & Caicos

Grace Bay Beach is one of the most popular places to plan beach weddings in the Turks and Caicos. The sugary white sand and beautiful blue sea makes a stunning backdrop to the start of your life together.

We had the pleasure of recently hosting the wedding of Lisa & Kevin Owens. Their wedding day was far from ordinary – in fact, it was extraordinary. On the day of their Grace Bay Beach wedding ceremony that was held at our resort, it was a picture perfect day here in Turks & Caicos complete

A Guide to Weddings in the Turks and Caicos

The Turks and Caicos is an archipelago of small Caribbean islands and cays located just southeast of the Bahamas. The islands are protected by one of the longest barrier reefs in the world, which is a key congregation point for migrating Humpback whales. As well, Ambassador dolphins cruise just off Grace Bay Beach. The white

This is a guest blog post by Diane Grever who operates Island Harmony, destination wedding planners in the Turks and Caicos. What makes Providenciales such a special place for weddings?   Our island is so special for many reasons.  When my husband and I were married here on Provo we fell in love with the island – the

If you are traveling to Provo with a family or group of friends, consider booking a half or full-day private sailing excursion – you’ll have an island and reef all to yourselves for the day! These sailing excursions are offered by our friends at Reef Peepers, a Provo-based company that explores the Turks and Caicos aboard

Photos of Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos

After a stay at the Sands a year or so ago, Sands guests Elizabeth and Michael posted some great photos of Grace Bay Beach. Elizabeth, who was expecting the couple’s second child during their stay at the Sands,  is a freelance art director + designer + mama and operates The Littlest, a line of curated children’s vintage playclothes

Spring events in Turks and Caicos

Here is a list of Turks and Caicos events for April: End of Lobster Season 2013 Each year about 600,000 whole lobsters are landed in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The Caribbean Spiny Lobster, Panulirus argos (locally called crawfish) has displaced conch as the country’s most delicious dish. The end of lobster season means this is