The Cayman Islands came in fourth for Top 5 Caribbean Destination Weddings.
Check this out: you can cruise to the island, disembark from the ship to get married and finish the cruise as your honeymoon trip.
Before you get really excited, you have homework.
Talk by phone to the marriage officer who will perform your ceremony and get a letter authorizing the marriage. You can obtain a list of marriage officers from the District Commissioner’s Office. District Commissioner’s Office District Administration Building P.O. Box 240 Cayman Brac KY2-201, Cayman Islands 011-345-948-2222
Bring proof of your age, such as your passport or birth certificate. You must be 18 years old or older to get married on the Grand Cayman Islands without parental consent.
Bring proof of marital status if you were married previously. This could be a certificate of divorce or a death certificate from your deceased spouse. You must bring the original documents, not photocopies.
Take the authorization letter, proof of age and proof of marital status with you to apply for a non-resident marriage license. You will also need proof of legal entry into the country, such as your cruise ship boarding pass or the pink slip from the airport, and $200 to cover the cost of the license.
Apply for a non-resident marriage license from the deputy chief secretary, located on the third floor of the Administration Building in George Town on Grand Cayman. Licenses are issued the same day as the application.
Bring along two witnesses to your destination to be present at the ceremony.
Whew! A few hoops to jump through.