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Destination Wedding Bliss: A Free Wedding at Nisbet Plantation Beach Club on Nevis

Say "I do" to a free destination wedding at one of the Caribbean's best resorts

WEST INDIES, Nevis, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- What could be better than a dreamy destination wedding in the Caribbean? What about receiving that dreamy destination wedding for free? Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, the Caribbean's only historic plantation inn on the beach, is giving couples a gift of a free wedding in 2014.


Couples who stay at the award-winning Nevis resort for seven nights or more will receive a free wedding ceremony package (a $1,650 value), which includes:

  • License, registration and minister's fee
  • Transportation to and from the authorities, as necessary
  • Choice of wedding location: white sand beach overlooking the Caribbean Sea with views of St. Kitts, the picturesque Avenue of the Palms with the sea in the background, or a romantic backdrop of the couple's choice
  • Bridal bouquet and boutonniere
  • Fresh flowers from the garden for decoration
  • Two-tiered wedding cake
  • Chilled bottle of champagne for wedding toast
  • Services of our professional wedding coordinator
  • Private celebration after the ceremony, either in-room champagne breakfast or a romantic candlelit dinner on the beach

​In addition, in honor of the nuptials, Nisbet Plantation will plant a coconut palm tree in the couple's name. The couple can return to watch the tree grow just as their love has for one another.

At the intimate, 36-room Nisbet Plantation, guests are greeted by name and receive attentive personal service by the resort's long-term staff. To maintain a high level of service, only one wedding per day is hosted at the resort.

The on-site wedding coordinator will assist the couple every step of the way to create the wedding of their dreams. Additional services are available to enhance the free wedding package, including photographer, musicians, videographers and more.

While the resort's wedding coordinator handles all of the details, the couple can relax pre- and post- wedding in the oceanfront pool and hot tub, in a hammock on the beach, with a couple's treatment at the award-winning spa, snorkeling or kayaking over offshore coral reefs, dining by candlelight in the AAA Four Diamond-rated Great House, and strolling hand-in-hand under the stars along the Avenue of Palms.

On Nevis, there's much to see and do. Couples can take a picnic to Lover's Beach, hike through rainforests to spot green vervet monkeys, bike around the 36-square-mile island, scuba dive and more.

To receive the Free Wedding Package, couples must stay in a Deluxe Garden Junior Suite, Lower Premier Junior Suite or Upper Premier Junior Suite. It is not combinable with other specials or promotions. Daily rates for those room categories begin at $541 per couple and include full-service breakfast, afternoon tea and nightly gourmet dinner.

For reservations, call toll-free at 1-800-742-6008 or speak to a travel agent. For more information, visit


About Nisbet Plantation

Intimate and relaxing, Nisbet Plantation is the Caribbean's only historic plantation inn located on the beach. The 36 cottage-style accommodations set across 30 tropical acres on Nevis invite romance and privacy. Old-world charm blends with modern-day conveniences, including free Wi-Fi and Vespa scooters. Nisbet Plantation's idyllic setting, personal service and fine dining at the Great House, c. 1778, has made it one of the world's best resorts according to Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Expedia® and

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