Sandals Rolls Out New Engagement Concierge Service

marriage proposalAs a known expert in destination weddings, honeymoons, and WeddingMoons, Sandals Resorts recently announced a new service to helps clients customize the special moment that begins the journey to marriage. 

Additionally, to help launch the new program, dubbed "Soon to Moon," Sandals Resorts will be bringing back the popular "12 Days to Engaged" sweepstakes, giving brides and grooms-to-be the chance to win exciting prizes, including a six-day, five-night Luxury Included WeddingMoon.
 
As the unofficial start to engagement season kicks off, Sandals Resorts is making it easier than ever to turn a Caribbean vacation into a very special engagementcation. The Soon to Moon service offers the assistance of a concierge, who will help couples bring their wildest proposal dreams to life. No request is too big or too small when it comes to setting the perfect scene for popping the question. 

From setting up a picnic lunch on a private island in Exuma, to carving “Will You Marry Me?” into the sands of Negril’s famed Seven-Mile Beach, the Soon to Moon concierges will ensure all proposal requests are fulfilled and expectations exceeded. Soon to Moon is an extension of the popular WeddingMoon® program, and is available to guests in all room categories. Preparations will be organized on-site through the individual resort’s wedding planner.

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Also, starting Dec. 13, followers of @SandalsResorts and @WeddingMoons will be invited to answer daily questions on Twitter using the hashtag #12DaysofSandals, with a new prize being offered each day. The grand prize winner will receive a 6-day, 5-night Luxury Included® WeddingMoon® at Sandals Resorts. 

Visit www.sandals.com/twelve-days-engaged/.

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