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Getting married on Curacao

Getting married on Curacao - Photo credit: Theo Meijer Photography

For many, marriage is one of the biggest events they ever experience in their lives. Because of this they make preparations many years in advance. A trend in recent years is that engaged couples choose to get married on the Antillean Islands because of the beautiful beaches, hotels and other attractions. Especially on Curaçao many people come from different parts of the world. Curaçao is best known for the unique beaches, each with its own attractions. This article will further discuss the various beaches that can make your wedding ceremony an unforgettable event.

The beaches are mostly on the south coast of the island. One of the most famous beaches is Jan Thiel. This is a relaxing, but especially safe beach with many facilities. There are 4 restaurants with their own ambiance. A beach that is also very popular is Blue Bay, a private beach that is mainly visited by parents with children. On Blue Bay there is a large swimming pool, for those who prefer not to swim in the sea, and a playground. Furthermore, this beach is known for the soft white sand in which guests like to walk and play. Another beautiful beach is Playa Lagun, which is known for its rocky cliffs that adorn the sides of this small beach. It is located in a cove, which is why it is experienced by many as an intimate and romantic beach.

These beaches all have in common that they are child-friendly and therefore suitable for the whole family. Once the place for the wedding has been selected, it is necessary that these unforgettable memories are recorded. This is also not a problem on Curaçao. The photographers in Curaçao know very well how to respond to the wishes of guests. A very well-known photographer who has specialized throughout the years in photographing marriages is Theo Meijer. By looking at his portfolio you can get an idea of how your wedding will look like.

Photo credit: Theo Meijer Photography

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