Category Archives: Beach Weddings

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.

Located on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos’ pristine stretch of Grace Bay Beach, there may be no better place in the world to plan Caribbean beach destination weddings than at The Sands at Grace Bay. Our two intimate and affordable beach wedding ceremony packages for 2015 are both under $5,000, and allow couples to plan their

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

This June, The Sands had the absolute pleasure of hosting the beach wedding of Christina and Gary, a beautiful couple both on the inside and out! Gary & Christina first met five years ago while working in the New York City Police Department. After visiting The Sands a year ago, they knew that Turks &

Influential American weekly news magazine US News and World Report has identified the Turks and Caicos Islands – our humble corner of paradise in the Caribbean – as one of the world’s top 10 honeymoon destinations in the world. We ranked ahead of the French territory of St. Martin, but were beaten out by Martinique,

Planning a beach wedding, Turks & Caicos

When planning a beach wedding on Turks & Caicos, it’s important to remember that anyone can get married on this British Protectorate, but is some red tape that must be negotiated; it’s probably better to leave it up to a your hotel to help you manage everything. First, you will need to stay on this islands

When planning a beach wedding, Turks & Caicois is an ideal choice.Over the past 15 years, Providenciales, or “Provo”, the westernmost island in the Turks & Caicos chain, has enjoyed fantastic growth – the island has really come into its own as a Caribbean destination.Growth in this case means careful preservation of a balance between