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16 Weddings... 16 Islands... One Priceless Day in the Bahamas

You Are Invited to a Bahamaian Wedding

Today is going to be a super exciting day for 16 couples in the Bahamas and my travel editor, Jackie, is there documenting it all for you on instagram. More than 3,000 couples sent in submissions and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT) announced that 16 lucky couples will have their dream wedding, on sixteen of its 700-islands chain, all of which will occur at 16:00 hours on January 16, 2015, which is today. The priceless wedding experiences are expected to take place on Acklins, Crooked Island, Abaco, Andros, The Berry Island, Bimini {where the lucky couple Jackie is following will be married}, Cat Island, Eleuthera, Exuma, Harbour Island, Grand Bahama, Inagua, Long Island, Nassau, Paradise Island and San Salvador, Bahamas and you are invited to attend. I am thrilled that my blog could be a part of on this momentous journey in the Bahamas. Please be sure to follow me on Instagram for all the photos as Jackie shares the day with us.

A little bit about the island of Bimini {where Christina and Rudy will marry}

Favored by famed author Ernest Hemmingway, and the place where the late Dr. Martin Luther King penned his “I Have A Dream” speech, Bimini has always been known for its tranquil setting. Located just 50 miles east off the coast of Miami, the hook-shaped island, is famous for its bone-fishing, boating, and mystical attractions including its Fountain of Youth, Healing Hole and discovery of the Lost City of Atlantis.
— Bahamas Ministry of Tourism

PS: Don't forget to follow me on Instagram for all the "dreamy" destination wedding photos as Jackie shares the couple's big day with us.

All photos above courtesy of @jackiep_citizenuniverse on instagram