Puerto Rico’s leading weddings and elopements firm

Pictures say a thousand words, so we won’t use a thousand words here! We work with talented photographers who bring a relaxed yet professional vibe to our couples’ wedding experiences. We spend minimal time photoshopping in post-production, ensuring digital delivery of your photos within a week of your wedding date. We like to let nature and the beauty of love speak for itself.

From questions about the Puerto Rico legal process to get your marriage certificate, or what your destination wedding or elopement might look like, we have answers that ensure your Puerto Rico destination wedding or elopement is effortless and unforgettable!

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Your ceremony will be customized to your wishes. We specialize in non-religious ceremonies emphasizing nature and love rather than a particular God. You can view a full ceremony here.

While based here in Shacks Beach, Isabela, in the northwest of Puerto Rico, we perform ceremonies all over the island.

Our ceremonies are conducted in English by a native English speaker. English is an official language of Puerto Rico. We can also advise you as to which government offices are more tourist-friendly and speak good English. We are also available to accompany you to the offices for an additional fee.

We are happy to perform ‘symbolic’ ceremonies, where the couple is legally married elsewhere, but chooses to have a meaningful ceremony for themselves and/or loved ones in Puerto Rico.

No.

Absolutely! We can provide help and guidance with writing your own vows, if you’d like, or we can provide vows for you.

Every ceremony is different; therefore, after we’ve worked with you to create and customize your ceremony, we will be able to give you a good idea of what to expect in terms of time. Our ceremonies usually last 12-15 minutes.

We always wear wedding attire appropriate to your ceremony and venue, usually a conservative dress or suit. We’re also happy to be barefoot on the beach, when appropriate!

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We'd like to get married at sunset. What time is that?

 

It’s easy to look up sunset times at http://www.timeanddate.com/sun/puerto-rico/san-juan. We recommend starting your ceremony about an hour before sunset to ensure plenty of time for great photos afterwards. The best colors in the sky are often 15-20 minutes after the sun actually sets, so that gives almost an hour’s photography time.

There are several forts and many different locations within, and yes, photos are possible. You will need, however, to secure a permit with the National Park Service office. Budget $300-500 for a small wedding without chairs or significant setup. You might also need to be flexible with dates and times and specific location, as spots do fill up. More information about the permit can be found here: http://www.nps.gov/saju/planyourvisit/permits.htm. 

We provide an hour’s professional photography time and full release of all images afterwards, online. You’ll get all images (un-photoshopped and un-edited) delivered digitally within a week to use exactly how you’d like. Additional time is available for an additional cost.

Your choice! With the standard package, you have an hour’s time. For instance, if you’d like to do a ‘first look’ beforehand, and then the 10-15 minute ceremony, and then 30 minutes or so afterwards, you’d have lots of great and different images.

It depends on your venue. For instance, if your ceremony is at a hotel, yes, they’d be taken in one general location. Again, you have an hour, so we’re able to move around a bit and take photos on and around the property. Some locations, for instance, The Ruins, have beautiful architecture as well as deserted beach close to each other, so we walk around for the best images. Survival Beach also has a nice mix of rocks, beach, tide pools, and mangrove trees.

At least 75-100. You’ll receive all images with minimal editing so they are yours to do exactly what you’d like with them. All images are provided digitally within one week of the wedding.

Your ceremony will be customized to your wishes. We specialize in non-religious ceremonies emphasizing nature and love rather than a particular God. You can view a full ceremony here.

While based here in Shacks Beach, Isabela, in the northwest of Puerto Rico, we perform ceremonies all over the island.

Our ceremonies are conducted in English by a native English speaker. English is an official language of Puerto Rico. We can also advise you as to which government offices are more tourist-friendly and speak good English. We are also available to accompany you to the offices for an additional fee.

We are happy to perform ‘symbolic’ ceremonies, where the couple is legally married elsewhere, but chooses to have a meaningful ceremony for themselves and/or loved ones in Puerto Rico.

No.

Absolutely! We can provide help and guidance with writing your own vows, if you’d like, or we can provide vows for you.

Every ceremony is different; therefore, after we’ve worked with you to create and customize your ceremony, we will be able to give you a good idea of what to expect in terms of time. Our ceremonies usually last 12-15 minutes.

We always wear wedding attire appropriate to your ceremony and venue, usually a conservative dress or suit. We’re also happy to be barefoot on the beach, when appropriate!

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We'd like to get married at sunset. What time is that?

 

It’s easy to look up sunset times at http://www.timeanddate.com/sun/puerto-rico/san-juan. We recommend starting your ceremony about an hour before sunset to ensure plenty of time for great photos afterwards. The best colors in the sky are often 15-20 minutes after the sun actually sets, so that gives almost an hour’s photography time.

There are several forts and many different locations within, and yes, photos are possible. You will need, however, to secure a permit with the National Park Service office. Budget $300-500 for a small wedding without chairs or significant setup. You might also need to be flexible with dates and times and specific location, as spots do fill up. More information about the permit can be found here: http://www.nps.gov/saju/planyourvisit/permits.htm. 

We provide an hour’s professional photography time and full release of all images afterwards, online. You’ll get all images (un-photoshopped and un-edited) delivered digitally within a week to use exactly how you’d like. Additional time is available for an additional cost.

Your choice! With the standard package, you have an hour’s time. For instance, if you’d like to do a ‘first look’ beforehand, and then the 10-15 minute ceremony, and then 30 minutes or so afterwards, you’d have lots of great and different images.

It depends on your venue. For instance, if your ceremony is at a hotel, yes, they’d be taken in one general location. Again, you have an hour, so we’re able to move around a bit and take photos on and around the property. Some locations, for instance, The Ruins, have beautiful architecture as well as deserted beach close to each other, so we walk around for the best images. Survival Beach also has a nice mix of rocks, beach, tide pools, and mangrove trees.

At least 75-100. You’ll receive all images with minimal editing so they are yours to do exactly what you’d like with them. All images are provided digitally within one week of the wedding.

Your ceremony will be customized to your wishes. We specialize in non-religious ceremonies emphasizing nature and love rather than a particular God. You can view a full ceremony here.

While based here in Shacks Beach, Isabela, in the northwest of Puerto Rico, we perform ceremonies all over the island.

Our ceremonies are conducted in English by a native English speaker. English is an official language of Puerto Rico. We can also advise you as to which government offices are more tourist-friendly and speak good English. We are also available to accompany you to the offices for an additional fee.

We are happy to perform ‘symbolic’ ceremonies, where the couple is legally married elsewhere, but chooses to have a meaningful ceremony for themselves and/or loved ones in Puerto Rico.

No.

Absolutely! We can provide help and guidance with writing your own vows, if you’d like, or we can provide vows for you.

Every ceremony is different; therefore, after we’ve worked with you to create and customize your ceremony, we will be able to give you a good idea of what to expect in terms of time. Our ceremonies usually last 12-15 minutes.

We always wear wedding attire appropriate to your ceremony and venue, usually a conservative dress or suit. We’re also happy to be barefoot on the beach, when appropriate!

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We'd like to get married at sunset. What time is that?

 

It’s easy to look up sunset times at http://www.timeanddate.com/sun/puerto-rico/san-juan. We recommend starting your ceremony about an hour before sunset to ensure plenty of time for great photos afterwards. The best colors in the sky are often 15-20 minutes after the sun actually sets, so that gives almost an hour’s photography time.

There are several forts and many different locations within, and yes, photos are possible. You will need, however, to secure a permit with the National Park Service office. Budget $300-500 for a small wedding without chairs or significant setup. You might also need to be flexible with dates and times and specific location, as spots do fill up. More information about the permit can be found here: http://www.nps.gov/saju/planyourvisit/permits.htm. 

We provide an hour’s professional photography time and full release of all images afterwards, online. You’ll get all images (un-photoshopped and un-edited) delivered digitally within a week to use exactly how you’d like. Additional time is available for an additional cost.

Your choice! With the standard package, you have an hour’s time. For instance, if you’d like to do a ‘first look’ beforehand, and then the 10-15 minute ceremony, and then 30 minutes or so afterwards, you’d have lots of great and different images.

It depends on your venue. For instance, if your ceremony is at a hotel, yes, they’d be taken in one general location. Again, you have an hour, so we’re able to move around a bit and take photos on and around the property. Some locations, for instance, The Ruins, have beautiful architecture as well as deserted beach close to each other, so we walk around for the best images. Survival Beach also has a nice mix of rocks, beach, tide pools, and mangrove trees.

At least 75-100. You’ll receive all images with minimal editing so they are yours to do exactly what you’d like with them. All images are provided digitally within one week of the wedding.

Your ceremony will be customized to your wishes. We specialize in non-religious ceremonies emphasizing nature and love rather than a particular God. You can view a full ceremony here.

While based here in Shacks Beach, Isabela, in the northwest of Puerto Rico, we perform ceremonies all over the island.

Our ceremonies are conducted in English by a native English speaker. English is an official language of Puerto Rico. We can also advise you as to which government offices are more tourist-friendly and speak good English. We are also available to accompany you to the offices for an additional fee.

We are happy to perform ‘symbolic’ ceremonies, where the couple is legally married elsewhere, but chooses to have a meaningful ceremony for themselves and/or loved ones in Puerto Rico.

No.

Absolutely! We can provide help and guidance with writing your own vows, if you’d like, or we can provide vows for you.

Every ceremony is different; therefore, after we’ve worked with you to create and customize your ceremony, we will be able to give you a good idea of what to expect in terms of time. Our ceremonies usually last 12-15 minutes.

We always wear wedding attire appropriate to your ceremony and venue, usually a conservative dress or suit. We’re also happy to be barefoot on the beach, when appropriate!

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We'd like to get married at sunset. What time is that?

 

It’s easy to look up sunset times at http://www.timeanddate.com/sun/puerto-rico/san-juan. We recommend starting your ceremony about an hour before sunset to ensure plenty of time for great photos afterwards. The best colors in the sky are often 15-20 minutes after the sun actually sets, so that gives almost an hour’s photography time.

There are several forts and many different locations within, and yes, photos are possible. You will need, however, to secure a permit with the National Park Service office. Budget $300-500 for a small wedding without chairs or significant setup. You might also need to be flexible with dates and times and specific location, as spots do fill up. More information about the permit can be found here: http://www.nps.gov/saju/planyourvisit/permits.htm. 

We provide an hour’s professional photography time and full release of all images afterwards, online. You’ll get all images (un-photoshopped and un-edited) delivered digitally within a week to use exactly how you’d like. Additional time is available for an additional cost.

Your choice! With the standard package, you have an hour’s time. For instance, if you’d like to do a ‘first look’ beforehand, and then the 10-15 minute ceremony, and then 30 minutes or so afterwards, you’d have lots of great and different images.

It depends on your venue. For instance, if your ceremony is at a hotel, yes, they’d be taken in one general location. Again, you have an hour, so we’re able to move around a bit and take photos on and around the property. Some locations, for instance, The Ruins, have beautiful architecture as well as deserted beach close to each other, so we walk around for the best images. Survival Beach also has a nice mix of rocks, beach, tide pools, and mangrove trees.

At least 75-100. You’ll receive all images with minimal editing so they are yours to do exactly what you’d like with them. All images are provided digitally within one week of the wedding.

Your ceremony will be customized to your wishes. We specialize in non-religious ceremonies emphasizing nature and love rather than a particular God. You can view a full ceremony here.

While based here in Shacks Beach, Isabela, in the northwest of Puerto Rico, we perform ceremonies all over the island.

Our ceremonies are conducted in English by a native English speaker. English is an official language of Puerto Rico. We can also advise you as to which government offices are more tourist-friendly and speak good English. We are also available to accompany you to the offices for an additional fee.

We are happy to perform ‘symbolic’ ceremonies, where the couple is legally married elsewhere, but chooses to have a meaningful ceremony for themselves and/or loved ones in Puerto Rico.

No.

Absolutely! We can provide help and guidance with writing your own vows, if you’d like, or we can provide vows for you.

Every ceremony is different; therefore, after we’ve worked with you to create and customize your ceremony, we will be able to give you a good idea of what to expect in terms of time. Our ceremonies usually last 12-15 minutes.

We always wear wedding attire appropriate to your ceremony and venue, usually a conservative dress or suit. We’re also happy to be barefoot on the beach, when appropriate!

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We meet all our brides and grooms before the start of the ceremony to instruct the wedding party and all other participants on what they need to know. Therefore, a rehearsal with us present is not necessary; however, a rehearsal does allow us to meet the parents and wedding party and help them get over any jitters they may have about the wedding. We bring organization and direction to the rehearsal, as well as some humor to make it a good time, and we work hard to make sure it is completed in an hour.

We'd like to get married at sunset. What time is that?

 

It’s easy to look up sunset times at http://www.timeanddate.com/sun/puerto-rico/san-juan. We recommend starting your ceremony about an hour before sunset to ensure plenty of time for great photos afterwards. The best colors in the sky are often 15-20 minutes after the sun actually sets, so that gives almost an hour’s photography time.

There are several forts and many different locations within, and yes, photos are possible. You will need, however, to secure a permit with the National Park Service office. Budget $300-500 for a small wedding without chairs or significant setup. You might also need to be flexible with dates and times and specific location, as spots do fill up. More information about the permit can be found here: http://www.nps.gov/saju/planyourvisit/permits.htm. 

We provide an hour’s professional photography time and full release of all images afterwards, online. You’ll get all images (un-photoshopped and un-edited) delivered digitally within a week to use exactly how you’d like. Additional time is available for an additional cost.

Your choice! With the standard package, you have an hour’s time. For instance, if you’d like to do a ‘first look’ beforehand, and then the 10-15 minute ceremony, and then 30 minutes or so afterwards, you’d have lots of great and different images.

It depends on your venue. For instance, if your ceremony is at a hotel, yes, they’d be taken in one general location. Again, you have an hour, so we’re able to move around a bit and take photos on and around the property. Some locations, for instance, The Ruins, have beautiful architecture as well as deserted beach close to each other, so we walk around for the best images. Survival Beach also has a nice mix of rocks, beach, tide pools, and mangrove trees.

At least 75-100. You’ll receive all images with minimal editing so they are yours to do exactly what you’d like with them. All images are provided digitally within one week of the wedding.