Antigua & Barbuda weddings on the tiny twin islands you can be certain that you will have a wedding like no other.
Located in the center of the Leeward Islands, and only 17 degrees from the equator Antigua & Barbuda weddings are a hot event!
A tiny Island of Redonda which has, in recent, been transformed into a nature reserve also dots the tiny horizontal line of land.
A winter wedding in Antigua & Barbuda
A winter wedding is totally possible in Antigua & Barbuda with an average winter temperature of 75 degrees and despite the closeness to the equator, most times, in the summer months temperatures do not exceed 95 degrees. The average rainfall hovers around 45 inches, which is not much for a Caribbean island, making these islands one of the sunniest places in the Caribbean to get married in.
The culture of these islands is very unique and started very early in historical culture. It was the year 1694 when a man named Sir Christopher Codrington came to the island to start his own sort of enterprise, cane processing windmills. For a while the islands were rich in them and now they have turned into restaurants, clubs, pubs and some have even bought and redesigned these into their own homes!
A popular stop with cruise ships, many couples choose to get married on these small and historically rich islands, and then continue on with their cruise. This often cuts down on the cost of hotels and resorts, having an engaged couple only spending the money on the venue itself to marry at. It’s a great way to enjoy your Antigua & Barbuda wedding with the luxury of a cruise liner.
If a hotel or resort sounds more appetizing, there are plenty to choose from for your big day. Over a dozen hotels even offer special wedding and honeymoon packages for those newlyweds and the looking to be newlyweds. This can help in the long run to substantially cut down on your total cost, giving you more money to explore and immense yourself in the rich culture of the islands on your wedding day.