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Getting Married in Caribbean in June or July 2013

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I'm from Florida (panhandle) and I would like to get married somewhere in the Caribbean in June or July 2013 (low season) based on rates, flights and legal requirements. I have been seriously researching Antigua and St. Lucia (East Winds Inn) but I am trying to keep prices as moderate as possible. I have also looked into the Turks, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Belize or Andros Bahamas but I do not wish to stay in a total touristy area but maybe where we could catch a bus/taxi to a higher populated area (if we wish). High end accommodations are not as important to me as a relaxed environment on the beach. Something bungalow-ish or a nice low-key, boutique-style hotel (with air conditioning) as opposed to a large, fancy resort would be more me. I have been to St. John USVI, Jost van Dyke, the Bahamas (Compass Point) and Costa Rica; and I loved each of those places for various reasons. Snorkeling, live music and good food would be a plus too. I would appreciate any experience and suggestions (ideal location, all inclusive and/or just stay). I am not opposed to other islands if suggested from someone. Thanks in advance.

I really like the look of the British Virgin Islands but we cannot afford that trip!

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