August 7th, 2017 // Author: Beach Bride
Chris and Marisa held their beautiful wedding ceremony at the beachfront of The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba. The couple had first met each other in high school and have been dating since then. By the time they got married (which was their "anniversary date" from when they had met) it was 12 years that they have been together.
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August 3rd, 2017 // Author: Tina Causey Bislick
Jasmine Norwood-Dioulo and Julian Dioulo were recently wed on the splendid shores of Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino’s private island. Jasmine, from California, and Julian, from Texas, met while living and working in Washington D.C. Both were at the same club dancing and, reports Jasmine, the chemistry was instant. Chemistry blossomed into love, with the couple eventually deciding to tie the knot.
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July 31st, 2017 // Author: Tina Causey Bislick
A delicious (and healthy) local drink that will add refreshing authenticity to your island wedding is coconut water. Sipped fresh right out of the coconut, you and your guests will love this local tradition weaved into your wedding celebration.
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July 27th, 2017 // Author: Tina Causey Bislick
Christine Petrella Sapra and Surya Sapra, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, recently celebrated their wedding on Aruba at the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino. The bride masterfully combined cultural touches from her groom’s Indian heritage while also embracing a taste of the island’s culture.
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July 10th, 2017 // Author: Beach Bride
Kristen has a special connection to the island as she used to live in Aruba when she was 11 and 12 years old. During the couple's trip to the One happy island back in 2015, they decided to spend the day together at Renaissance Island and both decided right then and there on their destination wedding venue.
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July 6th, 2017 // Author: Jane Vermaas
As a fellow bride–to-be, I completely understand the overwhelming feeling that comes with planning the wedding. Luckily, my dream wedding will take place on the One Happy Island of Aruba, meaning that there will be a minimal chance of rain, virtually no chance of having the party tents blown away by a passing hurricane, and a constant supply of sunshine combined with a cooling breeze to keep everybody from getting too hot. Weather-wise, at least, I really don’t have to worry about a thing. 
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June 29th, 2017 // Author: Rosalie Klein
Two very experienced independent wedding planners, Indira Maduro and Robert Arenz, in the business 16 and 13 years, respectively, chatted with Beach Brides blog about what prospective brides and grooms can expect by consulting a wedding planner who works independently of a resort.
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June 22nd, 2017 // Author: Rosalie Klein
Whether choosing styles that are modern and trendy, or strictly traditional, a crucial element to any nuptials has always been the flowers, particularly the bridal bouquet. More casual beach weddings have encouraged couples to go bold in their color choices and combinations, and island florists have expressed they enjoy the challenge of creating something extraordinary and unique.
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June 19th, 2017 // Author: Jane Vermaas
Aruba is the perfect paradise for your dream destination beach wedding. Our happy island sits in the crystal-blue waters of the South Caribbean, below the hurricane belt, and is home to year-round 82-degree weather, so you’re almost guaranteed a perfect day. Aruba is also home to world-class wedding professionals who can help you with all the details of your Aruba wedding. Below we have selected the Top 10 Reasons for having an Aruba destination wedding!
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June 15th, 2017 // Author: Tina Causey Bislick
The “trash the dress” trend seems to go hand-in-hand with destination weddings—especially here in Aruba, where brides happily wade into the surf to frolic in their frock. Today we have MORE of our local wedding photographers with pictures of their Fearless Bridal photo shoots in Aruba.
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June 8th, 2017 // Author: Jane Vermaas
Aruba is known for its powdery white sand beaches, friendly people, safety and convenience, and perfect weather year-round (we are outside the hurricane belt so no surprise tropical storms here), which makes it a safe bet for anyone planning a destination wedding. But did you know Aruba is also the perfect gay wedding destination? Here are some reasons why you and your partner should have your beautiful beach ceremony at sunset on the One happy island!
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June 1st, 2017 // Author: Rosalie Klein
After months of planning have finally culminated in your dream destination wedding on Aruba, it would come as no surprise to anyone if the bride and groom want some significant alone time with their significant other, which has now earned the title of "husband" or "wife".
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What our brides are saying

I am so thankful we had the opportunity to get married in Aruba and that so many of our friends and family made the trip there with us. I have always had a special love for Aruba, but now it is an even more meaningful and special place to me and my husband.
Jamie
Gorham, Maine