From the beginning, the vibe of this wedding was relaxed and fun. The couple exchanged vows at the Bluesail Restaurant in Nassau, Bahamas in front of 80 guests.
Planned by JSP Industries and The Eventeur, this wedding was truly special. The ceremony was performed by a good friend of the couple, famous European DJ Aron Chupa flew in to drop beats at the reception, and shades of black were integrated into all aspects of the wedding.
Jessica says, “From the moment we woke up until we went to bed, we had beautiful weather, amazing family and friends with us, and vendors who were like family and allowed us to enjoy every minute of the day and week! We were totally stress free and really felt like our wedding was a true representation of who we are and what is important to us.”
Toughest Part to Plan
The most difficult thing was finding a location accessible by car and boat. The bride’s father doesn’t fly, so the Bahamas was a great solution!
Destination Wedding Advice
“Be flexible and patient!” says Jessica. “There are as many details in planning a destination wedding as there are in planning an event in your hometown. It is important to always think about the guests’ needs in addition to what truly makes you happy. Not only do you get one beautiful wedding day in a destination location, you get to enjoy time with guests for an even longer experience! The memories you make from your trip and wedding day will last a lifetime for all.”
Jessica wore a gorgeous, perfect-for-the-beach dress designed by JSP Industries and Valencienneto. The skirt was detachable, revealing adorable shorts! The groom wore a suit by GP Mazzotta.
Photographer: 5ive15ifteen Photo Company
Originally published in Destination Wedding magazine, Spring/Summer 2018.