HOW TO BOOK YOUR CEREMONY
- Start by clicking 'Check Availability'
- Choose the date and time that you wish to hold your ceremony. (Weddings can’t be booked on Jamaican national holidays. Those days will appear as unavailable.)
- Complete the form; make sure that the spelling of all requested information is entered correctly.
- We charge $350 US for a wedding reservation and $250 US for a renewal of vows reservation, streamlining minister’s fees and the processing of legal documents.
- Ceremonies must be booked at least 45 days prior to your requested date.
- Last-minute bookings (21 days or less for weddings) are subject to an additional $200 US late fee.
- Upon completing the signup form, you will have 24 hours to make a payment by credit card to confirm your date and time. If payment is not made, your hold will be released. *Should your ceremony hold expire please contact our wedding team to reinstate your booking.
- When making travel arrangements, please note that you must be on the island at least 72 hours prior to holding a legal wedding.
- Upon arrival at the resort, we will schedule a time for you to meet with a wedding coordinator to discuss any final details.
- All pricing is in USD. Deposit and wedding package payments are non-refundable.
All documents must be submitted 45 days prior to the wedding date. Any license requests after this period will incur a $200 US late fee.
Please upload to your ceremony account notarized photocopies (with the notary's original ink signature and stamp) of all of the applicable documents, for both the bride and groom. (You may access this information when logged into your ceremony reservation).
- Government-issued birth certificates; please note that passports will not be accepted in lieu of birth certificates
- Copy of photo ID or passport
- If either the bride or groom has been divorced, send all pages of all court-certified final divorce decrees
- If widowed, a government-issued death certificate with related marriage certificate
- If applicable, legal name change or legal adoption documents
- If any original documentation is issued in a language other than English, they must be professionally translated into English and included in the documents sent to us
Using our service, you will not need to surrender your original documents. For the purpose of authenticating your personal documents, Jamaica requires notarization of copies of legal documents before they can have legal effect. To have your documents authenticated, bring them to a local notary public. He or she will make a copy of the documents and notarize the copy attesting to having seen the original.
If your state does not notarize birth certificates, please ask them to do a one-page affidavit stating your identity and notarize the affidavit.
RENEWAL OF VOWS
A copy of your original marriage certificate must be uploaded to your online account. You may access this information when logged into your ceremony reservation.