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Getting Married in Grenada

Be welcomed by the sweet smells of cinnamon, cocoa, and ginger as soon as you step foot on this gorgeous island. Known as the "Spice Isle," Grenada is famous for its production of spices, offering numerous opportunities to explore the plantations and smell the fragrant aromas around the island. With unspoiled beaches and expansive rainforests, Grenada provides a stunning backdrop to exchange your vows, along with the exciting activities you can enjoy. Take your partner-to-be to explore the underwater world of the coral reefs or explore the natural wonders of Annandale falls, a picturesque waterfall located in a lush rainforest.

Top Highlights

  • Beaches
  • Sailing/Diving
  • Wildlife
  • Rainforest
  • Coral Reefs
  • World Class Cuisine

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Grenada Marriage Requirements

Marriage Requirements

To start your exciting new adventure as soon-to-be newlyweds, there are certain requirements you must meet before getting married in Grenada. The general requirements include, legal age (must be 18 years old to get married in Grenada), valid passports, original or certified copies of birth certificates, single status affidavit, divorce or death decree if either party has been previously married, marriage license, waiting period, ceremony and witnesses. For more information regarding Grenada's wedding requirements, speak to your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist

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Wedding Packages in Grenada

Your wedding in paradise should be stress-free, and with the luxurious wedding packages in Grenada ensure you will have an incredible experience. Pamper yourself to some of the spa and beauty services to look and feel your best before you walk down the aisle. Witness the stunning ceremony setup with jaw-dropping decorations and floral arrangements,with your own personal wedding bouquet and boutonniere to match. During the reception,raise a toast with a bottle of champagne to finally tying the knot and indulge in delicious bites with all your friends and family. Look back on all the memories made during your tropical wedding with the images from the talented photographer.

Travel Tips

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Travel Documents

Valid passports are required for both U.S citizens and CA tourists and your passport must have at least six months validity remaining beyond the date of departure.  If you are a citizen of the US, visit for more information on travel documents needed and for Canadian travelers, visit for relevant travel information.


The primary language in Grenada is English.

Currency & Tipping

The official currency of Grenada is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC$), but US dollars are often widely accepted in many establishments throughout Grenada, especially in tourist areas. Depending on the resort, tipping is not required and some resorts have a no-tipping policy, however tips are greatly appreciated when shown excellent service.

Things To Do In Grenada

Grenada Attractions

Attractions & Activities

  • Fort George
  • Annandale Falls
  • Sailing/fishing
  • Gourmet Cuisine
  • Underwater Sculpture Park
  • River Antoine Rum Distillery
  • Nutmeg & Spice Plantations

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Grenada Wedding Planning FAQs

How much does a destination wedding cost in Grenada, Caribbean?
The average cost of a destination wedding in Grenada is $8,100. Cost can fluctuate depending on a variety of factors like, number of guests, venue and resort choice, wedding package, accommodations, and any additional services you would like at your dream destination wedding. For a custom quote, speak to one of our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists today.
When is the best time of year to get married in Grenada, Caribbean?
Grenada has warm, tropical and high humidity year round. The island experiences a dry season from December to May and generally offers sunnier and drier weather, making it ideal for couples to plan their wedding during this time.
What does a wedding package in Grenada, Caribbean come with?
Depending on the resort or venue, wedding package essentials may vary. Some common wedding package essentials may include, ceremony setup, on-site wedding coordinator, bridal bouquet and boutonniere, wedding venue, champagne or sparkling wine, photography/videography.
How do I plan a wedding in Grenada, Caribbean?
Planning your destination wedding in Grenada is an exciting time to make your dream vision come to life. Some factors to consider when planning to make it as smooth as possible are, setting a budget, choosing a wedding date, speaking with loved ones, sending out RSVPs, finalizing legal documents, room blocks for you and your guests, and guest size.

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