Bahamas Wedding Planner Romantic Bridal Island Eloping Packages Launched

Nassau wedding planners, Bahamas Package Wedding, announced the launch of a variety of special Island Wedding Packages for couples wishing to tie the knot in a beautiful island paradise.

Nassau, Bahamas - December 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Glenn Ferguson, luxury wedding planner and Officiant at Bahamas Package Wedding of Nassau in the Bahamas, has launched wedding packages for couples and their guests wishing to have a wonderful wedding experience in the Bahamas.

Click on https://bahamaspackagewedding.com to find out more.

The wedding packages being launched range in cost between $350 for the ‘Island Nuptial Vow Renewal Basic’ package, to $11,995 for the ‘Island Nuptial Eternal Love Wedding’ package. With these packages various options may be added on to the wedding plans, and organised by Bahamas Package Wedding, and these include: floral designer, wedding designer, videography, photography, Music and DJ, and transportation.

Full-service wedding planning and destination management services are provided with these packages, and Glenn Ferguson is dedicated to creating amazing and memorable weddings. Glenn stated that many couples also use their ‘eloping’ service, choosing to elope to the pristine beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and luxury resorts for their memorable event.

As part of the wedding packages being launched, the Bahamas Package Wedding website includes a simple form to use to ask questions and potentially book a wedding package, ticking the package that they are interested in. A 25% booking fee is required with all bookings.

Glenn stated that a destination wedding in The Bahamas is an exciting venture made easy by their planning and coordinating efforts, with an approach to the wedding packages that is hands-on, friendly and efficient in manner to ensure that the special day is everything the bride and groom, and their families and friends, had hoped for.

Some of the other wedding packages on offer with this launch are called: ‘Island Nuptial Paradise Wedding’, ‘Island Nuptial Elegance Wedding’, and ‘Island Nuptial Vow Renewal PLUS’.

With the launch of these special wedding packages, Bahamas Package Wedding, aim to make each wedding an amazing and memorable experience for all involved, and there are several detailed testimonials on the website that confirm this.

Go to the URL above to find further information about the wedding packages being launched in The Bahamas.

https://www.bahamaspackagewedding.com/Bahamas-Wedding-Planner-Romantic-Bridal-Island-Eloping-Packages-Launched

Contact Info:
Name: Glenn S. Ferguson
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Organization: Bahamas Package Wedding
Address: Suite 500 Cable Beach West Bay Street, Nassau, New Providence SP-60592, Bahamas
Phone: +1-242-395-8495
Website: https://bahamaspackagewedding.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88938877

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