Locations and Venues

Choose from beaches, tropical gardens and gazebos, and historic religious sites.

The first decision to make when planning your vow renewal in St. Thomas is the location. St. Thomas offers many scenic locations and venues that serve as a gorgeous backdrop for your ceremony. Imagine reaffirming your love with the bright blue Caribbean sea and a white sand beach behind you and a gentle breeze in your hair. Regardless of whether you choose to have your ceremony on a white sand beach, idyllic garden setting or historic church, your ceremony will be unlike any back home.

Below you will find an overview locations and venues for your vow renewal ceremony. For a full list of location options and pricing, download the FREE Destination Vow Renewal Guide or call 340-642-0195 or contact me today.


Location Fee: $0 – $750

There are many white sand beaches in St. Thomas to choose from that are ideal for your ceremony. Most beaches have a $100 location fee although there are several free beaches available (a great free option is a Ceremony at Sapphire Beach). These beaches are open to the public, but beach goers are very respectful of weddings and vow renewals. If you want a private beach experience, location fees start at $750 but the views are certainly worth it – or you might consider a custom deserted island adventure vow renewal package.

Idyllic Gardens & Gazebos

Location Fee: $100 – $900

For couples who want the view, but not the sand, consider a tropical garden or hilltop gazebo setting. There are several private venues on St. Thomas that offer phenomenal views and privacy for your ceremony. Options include historic ruins, hilltop and beachside gazebos, botanical gardens and more. If you are staying on island at a private vacation villa, consider having your ceremony there.

Historic Churches

Location Fee: $500+

If you want to renew your marriage vows with a religious ceremony, there are some of the most beautiful and historic churches available to choose from including the second oldest synagogue in the western hemisphere.

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