We are heartbroken by the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic on everyone and want to be sure that your safety is our #1 priority. We will not be able to invite everyone we wanted but know that we love you all the more. ~Miguel and Ariadne

Ariadne & Miguel

May 21, 2021 • Río Grande, Puerto Rico

We are heartbroken by the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic on everyone and want to be sure that your safety is our #1 priority. We will not be able to invite everyone we wanted but know that we love you all the more. ~Miguel and Ariadne

Ariadne & Miguel

May 21, 2021 • Río Grande, Puerto Rico

COVID Rules

Island Arrival


To further safeguard residents and visitors, all arriving passengers must comply with the following measures before arriving in Puerto Rico:


~ Complete an online Travel Declaration Form from the Puerto Rico Health Department, which can be accessed at www.travelsafe.pr.gov or www.viajaseguro.pr.gov. Kiosks at the airport are also available for travelers to fill out the form upon arrival, as it is a requirement to exit the airport.

~ Demonstrate a negative molecular COVID-19 test result (which consists of a nasal or throat swab), taken no more than 72 hours prior. Testing sites on the mainland U.S. can be found here. It is highly recommended to get tested prior to arriving on the Island given limited resources.

~ Obtain Airport Exit Confirmation number and QR Code, which travelers will automatically receive when uploading their molecular test results to the Puerto Rico Health Department’s online portal.

~ If an asymptomatic traveler (a person who doesn't present any symptoms) arrives on the Island with a complete Travel Declaration Form, but without a negative molecular COVID-19 test result and is not awaiting results, a Testing Authorization Voucher will be provided for the traveler to get tested locally. A list of testing sites on-island will be provided at the airport and can also be found here.

While awaiting results, the traveler will need to quarantine for 14 days at their lodging property, cover COVID-19 testing fee, and possible extended stay.


As a U.S. territory, no passport or currency exchange is needed upon arrival.


Notes from the couple:

We are watching the news intently as we lead into our wedding, that being said, if it is deemed not safe to hold our wedding at the time we planned the following may need to be put into place:

~Wearing of masks + social distancing

~Shortening of the guest list

~Full cancellation of the event

If any of these makes you personally uncomfortable or makes it difficult to travel and you cannot attend, we completely understand.