Stonefield Estate Villa Resort & Spa in St. Lucia Offers New Wedding Packages

Brides and grooms looking to have a luxurious wedding in St. Lucia can take advantage of Stonefield Estate Villa Resort & Spa’s Wedding Packages 2012 that include nuptials in a beautiful, tropical setting; bridal flower bouquets; groom boutonnieres; cakes; bottles of sparkling wine; use of an on-site, expert wedding coordinator; romantic turndown services; and more.

Clients can choose from one of three packages: the Plantation Escape, the Bougainville Bliss and the Piton Charm. The Plantation Escape packages includes a tropical arch (Palm Frond sides with tropical flower center) in Stonefield’s Plantation Gardens or on the main pool deck; a tropical bridal bouquet, the groom’s boutonnier, a wedding cake, sparkling wine and more. It costs $625.

The Bougainvillea Bliss package includes a bougainvillea arch in Stonefield’s Plantation Gardens and just about all of the same amenities at the Plantation Escape package with the addition of a 30-minute couples massage, a 24-pack photo package/CD, a special decorated candlelit dinner on the clients’ villas patio or at the restaurant and more. This package runs $1,295.

The last package, the Piton Charm, cots $1,850 and includes most of the amenities included in the Bougainville Bliss package except this one features a decorated arch on the beach with flower petal walkway, personalized plush robes for the bride and groom and more.

Additional packages offered to couples getting married at Stonefield include the Stonefield Spendour for $2500 and the Renewal of Vows for $299.

Visit www.stonefieldvillas.com/weddings-and-honeymoons/wedding-packages-2/.

Suggested Articles:

Six of Universal Orlando Resort's hotels will open on June 2, while two others will be announced at a later date. Here's what you need to know.

Fairmont's hotels in Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper and Whistler will reopen their doors to guests and visitors on June 1, 2020. Read more here.

The Faroe Islands announced it will open the borders for travelers from Denmark and Iceland on June 15. Here's what you need to know.