Destination Weddings in Puerto Rico
Beautiful Puerto Rico has so much to see and do that couples will be tempted to spend their honeymoon here, too. This U.S. territory offers a nice blend of relaxation and cultural and historic sights (your non beach-going guests will appreciate the options).
What to Know
- As with all Caribbean destinations, fickle weather is an issue. Hurricane season lasts from June 1 to November 30.
- Sun worshippers should note that San Juan and the northern coast tend to be cooler and wetter than Ponce and the southern coast.
- If you're looking for a sophisticated wedding with a cosmopolitan feel, stay in Old San Juan. If a laid-back beach wedding is what you're after, head to a popular resort such a Luquillo Beach. If you want to try out one of the hottest new destinations in the Caribbean, go to Vieques Island.
Residency requirement: None for U.S. citizens
Necessary documents: As of August 2010, non-resident couples who wed in Puerto Rico need to provide:
For More Info: Demographic Registry office in San Juan, (787) 728-7980, or seepuertorico.com