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Plan A Destination Wedding at HGTV Stars Bryan And Sarah Baeumler’s Bahamas Resort Caerula Mar Club

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All photos courtesy of Caerula Mar Club.

Canada’s favourite rebuilders Bryan and Sarah Baeumler are currently hard at work on season three of their smash HGTV show Island of Bryan. The newest season will see the further development of Caerula Mar Club, their resort property in the Bahamas on the island of South Andros.

Earlier this year we spoke to the couple about the resort and they were in the midst of curating wedding offerings at Caerula Mar Club. If you are looking to tie the knot on location it is a beautiful spot to consider for a future destination wedding.

Caerula Mar Club is a boutique escape that envelopes guests in the area’s stunning natural beauty. With dining concepts ranging from the charming cafe Switcha to the upscale fine dining restaurant Lusca, a boutique spa, picturesque pool area and private villa accommodations steps from the ocean, the resort is an idyllic location for an elegant, tropical wedding. All of Caerula Mar’s just-launched wedding packages include a planning call with an on-property wedding planner, wedding license and application, government fees, marriage and apostille certificates. With all the logistics of your wedding handled, your job is to decide how long you will stay, what accommodations to book and what other elements you need to make your day a dream (flowers, décor, photography, videography, hair and makeup are all available to add-on to your planning service package with prices starting at $1,500 USD).

The Pink Sands Luxury Honeymoon Villa at Caerula Mar Club.

To take your destination wedding level up, the resort offers a Secret Service Package. This includes private accommodations in the resort’s Signature Collection beachfront villas, a private wedding dinner at the Caerula Mar’s luxury restaurant Lusca and a champagne breakfast the morning-after. If you want your celebration to be completely exclusive, there is an resort buyout option which includes accommodation for up to 56 guests and special island experiences for the bride and groom. Sounds like a Caribbean dream!

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