Well its finally posted - my guest post on www.sandyslipper.com
As agreed and promised, the post outlining the formalities required to make your Bahamas wedding official anywhere you happen to reside in the world is now available and I thank the fine folks at www.sandyslipper.com for their help in making it happen.
And here is an excerpt..
When it comes to destination weddings in the Bahamas, one of the questions I get all the time as a wedding officiant and wedding consultant is “will my marriage be legal back home” and it is also one of the concerns that most destination wedding guest’s have. As they sit and talk amongst themselves before and after the ceremony. I can hear them saying in that questioning tone “is it really legal?” or “are they really married?”
Well a marriage is a social institution that allows a man and a woman to legally formalize their commitment to live as husband and wife in a ceremony witnessed by a prescribed number of people. Moreover, it doesn’t really matter where this ceremony takes place or the style of the ceremony once the appropriate formalities are followed.
The Bahamas is a destination that gives people from all over the world an opportunity to celebrate their undying love for each other, in paradise surrounded by not only family and friends but the brilliance of the sun, the gentle ocean breeze, friendly Bahamian people and the crystal clear and pristine waters of this caribbean paradise.
But there is no question when you tied the knot in the Bahamas following the prescribed formalities, your wedding in the Bahamas is official anywhere you happen to reside in the world as it is a wedding celebration heard around the world!
And to read the rest of the article you will have to click here Bahamas Destination Wedding – A Wedding Celebration Heard Around The World!
Glenn S. Ferguson is your Bahamas Wedding Planner and Officiant at Wedding Bahamas Style - Helping You To Create Your Memorable Bahamas Wedding. Just email any question you may have to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 1-242-327-2453 or 1-242-327-0853