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Tuxedo Rentals in the Montego Bay area

by Trish
(Toronto Canada)

Tuxedo

Tuxedo

QUESTION: My Fiance and I are planning a wedding in Montego Bay Jamaica in Sometime this year. I was wondering if anyone can recommend anywhere in Mobay where we can find a Tuxedo rental place for our groomsmen to rent their tuxedos for our wedding.

Thanks

ANSWER: by Devin, February 09, 2013

Montego Bay and its surroundings are known paradise get away for weddings and honeymoons, some planned and others done on a spur-of-the-moment decision.

Whether planned or unplanned, all you need is your bride or groom and the rest of your bridal party, choose a wedding planner and you will have yourself a wedding your friends would talk about for years as they experience a piece of paradise here on earth.

Paper work aside, for those who plan on doing it on their own, but need to be pointed in the right direction, or having the question of finding that right tuxedo, bridal gown or even the outfit for the bridal party - whether for rental or purchase - and ideal venues to keep the ceremony and reception, these are easily answered at any of the following sites and locations:


  1. The Wedding Centre Limited
    29-31 Union Street
    Montego Bay
    876-952-9463
  2. Dawn's Bridal & Tuxedo
    686 Half Moon Street, LA Plaza, Shop #9,
    Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
    (876) 953-3955 / 894-5644 / 442-1165 / 253-6481 / 535-2951
  3. http://www.jamaicans.com/tourist/articles_travel/wedding.shtml
  4. http://www.tropicalweddingsjamaica.com/MontegoBayWeddings.html
  5. http://www.apsense.com/abc/shalome7
  6. http://www.aftersix.com/tuxedos/International/Jamaica/

Take a piece of Jamaica with you as you make that lifetime commitment.

Related: Marriage In Jamaica.
See Also: Top Wedding Destinations.

Regards,
Devin, for My-Island-Jamaica.com

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