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The celebrations started off at one of our favorite places – Bay Bistro and Kissing Fish. With a rocking band it was always going to be a fun night on the beach and under the stars. The the following day was at the Gansevoort with its elegant white walls and huge beach giving us a perfect Turks and Caicos backdrop to the festivities. With DJ William pumping out the tunes,its was “dance, dance, dance” with everyone hitting the dance floor, karoke and just plain fun! What a party !
Just nice people ! Add in a dose of close family and a last minute success with his brother Raoul able to make the wedding, this small intimate family wedding was just great. Even the torrential rain during the reception was avoided by always having the dinner planned for the Penthouse with it’s spectacular views of Grace Bay beach. Simple, fun and relaxed.
Jennifer and Dustin are laid back people. Relaxed, stress and care free and there wedding day was going to be no exception!
In the capabale hands of Diane and Jack from Island Harmony, Janado providing the music and the wonderful Rev Howell officiating it was always going to be a great day.
A short stroll down the beach after the wedding from the Alexandra to Bay Bistro and the tent that kissing fish had set up for the reception was all that was needed to get the party started.