Bahamas Destination Wedding New Venue for Affordable Nassau Beach Weddings

Bahamas destination wedding, the Premier wedding planning company in The Bahamas announces new venue for affordable Nassau beach weddings including Paradise Island.

Nassau, Bahamas - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Nassau, Bahamas (BDWedding) March 15,2019

Bahamas Destination Wedding, The Bahamas premier wedding consultants and planners have expended its beach wedding offerings announcing its newest venue for Nassau beach weddings – Nuptial Beach located on picturesque Cable Beach, the Bahamian Riviera.

In making the announcement, Bahamas Destination Wedding’s Resident Wedding Planner and officiant Glenn Ferguson said, “We are delighted to be able to add Nuptial Beach as our newest venue for Nassau Beach weddings given the results of Expedia’s 2014 American Altar Report which showed an overwhelming 43 percent of American Destination wedding Brides desiring to have their wedding on the beach. It is the ideal location for beach wedding, ”

Asked why Nuptial Beach, Ferguson said that the Expedia Report also showed that Forty-two percent of married Americans, if given the chance for an “I Do-Over,” would choose a destination wedding the second time around. And again referencing to that same report said “Destination brides prefer the beach.”

While Nassau and Paradise Island are home to some of the finest beaches in the world, Ferguson goes on to say that because most are occupied by the major touristic resorts, “they are usually really crowded and not ideal for an intimate wedding ceremony. Nuptial Beach provides a great alternative right on Cable Beach and within twenty minutes of any of the resort including those at Baha Mar and Atlantis on Paradise Island, making it ideal for a beach wedding in Nassau.”

About Nuptial Beach

Nuptial Beach is a white powdery sand beach with crystal clear turquoise waters located at the western end of Cable Beach on the island of New Providence, the home of the world famous capital city of the Bahamas – Nassau.

About Bahamas Destination Wedding

Bahamas Destination Wedding is a full service wedding planning provider, with local expert advice and resources for brides wanting a stress free dream wedding in the Bahamas. Providing exclusive luxury Bahamas wedding packages, wedding officiant and Justice of the Peace (J.P.) services. Bahamas Destination Wedding is headquartered in Nassau, Bahamas. Click link to learn more about Weddings in The Bahamas

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Contact Info:
Name: Glenn
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Organization: Bahamas Destination Wedding
Address: West Bay Street,, Nassau, Nassau S.P-60592, Bahamas
Phone: +1-242-395-8495
Website: https://www.bahamas-destination-wedding.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492843

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