Having your wedding ceremony and honeymoon on board is an ultimate option today. It seems more like a fairytale with miraculous personages and an intricate plot. Do you remember a fairytale about the Mermaid and the Prince with its happy end and the wedding ceremony on board the most magnificent ship of the Royal fleet? This fairytale comes true so often today, when young brides and grooms choose the Carnival Cruises for their wedding ceremony and honeymoon organization.
Carnival Cruise Lines is a world-known company, providing sailings on the best world ships, while their wedding program on the Carnival Spirit board seems to eclipse all existing wedding varieties and possibilities. What are the Carnival Spirit Cruises weddings? The Carnival Spirit is a two thousand and one hundred and twenty four passenger ship, having entered the service in 2001 and is the first ship of the Carnival Cruise Lines to feature a wedding chapel. The Carnival Spirit Cruises weddings take place while the vessel is sailing in Canadian waters during the summer Alaska season. A comprehensive "Wedding at Sea" program with a wide variety of convenient and affordable packages caters about two thousand Carnival Cruises weddings annually and is expected to attract even more young couples.
The Carnival president, Bob Dickenson says best about the Carnival Cruises weddings on board their best liner: "The Chapel on the Carnival Spirit combines a traditional wedding atmosphere with the romance of the sea to create a truly memorable experience for couples, who choose to marry aboard this exquisite new ship".
The décor of the Carnival Spirit wedding chapel is a magnificent combination of stained-glass windows and Old Testament scenes and features a central aisle, leading to the stage and a private dressing area for the bride. The venue for the "Wedding at Sea" program is a Gothic-style facility, available only during the Carnival Spirit's Alaska sailings. The "Wedding at Sea just for the Bride & Groom" will cost only seven hundred and ninety five dollars, including an official civil ceremony, a champagne toast with keepsake flutes, flowers for both bride and groom, a wedding cake with a cake topper, pre-recorded wedding music, a decorated bridal aisle and photographic services. Two other programs are accessible; one of the programs is "Welcome Aboard" with the cost of one thousand three hundred and ninety five dolars for the amenities, as of "Just for the Bride Groom" and a reception with a one-hour open bar and hot-and-cold hors d'oeuvres, a traditional two-tiered wedding cake and a coffee service inclusive. The "Deluxe Romance" package, priced at almost fifteen hundred dollars, contains a one-and-a-half hour reception and an ice carving, as well as all the features of the other programs. An additional cost presupposes a wide range of options you consider necessary for your wedding, comprising videography, live music and tuxedo.
Many cruises lines cater weddings, though do not have wedding chapels and officials, who will conduct your wedding ceremony. In this case, couples bring their own official or priest or organize their wedding ceremony on board before the ship starts and then sail for their honeymoon journey.
If a wedding chapel aboard is not of primary importance for you and you are interested more in a cruise destination and route, consider the offers of elegant cruises with their exclusive specialties and thematic cruises. This is a cruise company of Texas, providing sea, ocean and river cruises in sixty six routes.