NASSAU, Bahamas, Dec. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- For many couples, the most important question after "will you marry me?" is "how do we plan a destination wedding?" Now, Freda Madrisotti, Director of Romance for The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation can help with the answers via her new application on The Bahamas Facebook page.
From large-scale, all-inclusive resort options on Nassau/Paradise Island and Grand Bahama Island to the barefoot elegance of beachfront weddings on Abaco, Andros, Cat Island or The Exumas, couples will find there are countless opportunities to customize their special day.
"With this online tool, I can easily help people fully explore the variety of options available for weddings or special occasions in The Bahamas," said Freda Madrisotti, Director of Romance.
Freda has been working with hotels, wedding planners and members of the Bahamas Bridal Association to assist with destination wedding, vow renewal and honeymoon planning needs since 2006. Fans of The Bahamas Facebook page can now interact with Freda via the 'Romance' tab accessed through the left hand index. There, visitors will find answers to ten of the most frequently asked questions, from what you need to get a marriage license to where you can research vendors for the big day. Fans of the page can also participate in the 'Find your Romantic Island' interactive quiz and contact Freda directly with any additional questions by submitting an inquiry through the 'Ask the Director of Romance' box.
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SOURCE Bahamas Ministry of Tourism