Thursday, May 17, 2012

Bahamas Underwater Wedding

Bahamas underwater wedding
Sixteen couples from the UK were married simultaneously on 16 incredible islands of the Bahamas on May 16, 2012 in uniquely designed theme wedding ceremonies reflective of each island's characteristics.

The couple were winners of the Bahamas 16 Islands Wedding Invitation promotion which focused on sharing the islands of the Bahamas with the world.

Mary Gleeson and James Potter of Whitfield, Dover experienced their nuptial with the "ENCHANTED ENCOUNTER" theme and a Bahamas underwater wedding off the island of Grand Bahama.

Grand Bahama Island one of the larger of the Bahamas island is home to the world’s largest limestone cave system in The Lucayan National Park and some of the world’s longest white sand beaches, surrounded by crystal clear waters with every sea-shade from sparkling emerald to startling turquoise.

The ceremony on the ocean floor with Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in attendance was just to the couple's liking as James a diving instructor said, “Having got engaged in the most unromantic of places (our lounge) whilst suffering from thrombosis in 2006, I couldn't be more thrilled to finally have the opportunity to marry Mary - not only in The Bahamas but in our favourite place - underwater!”

Mary and James are now honeymooning at the Grand Lucayan Resort, Grand Bahama.

Just follow this link and watch the video of their Bahamas underwater wedding.

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