Hindu and Catholic traditions combine for a unique destination wedding

May 8th, 2017

Staci Canterino and Amul Bhalodi, from New York City, wanted to combine both Catholic and Hindu aspects to their wedding. Staci, who vacations in Aruba every year, wanted her destination wedding here because of the “perfect weather.” 

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Working with the wedding team at the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino, a beautiful Palm Beach wedding featured both a Catholic ceremony, using a blush and gold color scheme, and a Hindu ceremony
, with traditional red and gold colors

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Bride’s final thoughts: 

“Amazing from beginning to end. Rosy and the Hyatt staff were extremely helpful and went above and beyond to make our wedding weekend the best.” 

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What our brides are saying

I would highly recommend a destination wedding in Aruba to everyone. All of our guests expressed to us how much fun they all had and what an amazing time it was. Who wouldn’t want to get married surrounded by all the people that love and care about you while being on vacation? It doesn’t get much better than marrying the person you love while standing in the sunset in one of the most beautiful places in the world!
Angela Morico
Massachusetts