Although most marriage laws do not differ much from one state to another in Jamaica, it is still good to examine them. Some countries may have a waiting period and others may not. Even the waiting period may differ from one country to another so it is better to know these important requirements beforehand.
If you are traveling outside Jamaica, you really need to research this early if you need to meet residency requirements or need a translated document, or other special conditions in the country. We’ve summarized about Jamaica destination wedding packages all inclusive within this guide which surely help you.
After you book a location, does a weekend trip to feel comfortable with the environment around the wedding location and the order of things that guests need to do when they arrive.
Prepare specific directions and instructions prepared for your guests long before including check-in to the hotel, list of local restaurants, directions to and from the airport and hotels and directions to and from the location of the ceremony and reception.
You can also enter several local attractions to keep your guests busy and entertained before and after the wedding.
Contact your wedding consultant or coordinator to make sure everything is going well. A few months before, check reservations and check with vendors contracted for marriage.
Take time to ask important questions long before. You don't want to go there the day before your wedding to find out something is missing.