Marigot/ Toronto — After the large success of the Martha Stewart Wedding Show in Chicago, St Martin/ St Maarten is once again in the international spotlight. Sint Maarten Marry Me along with Ricardo Bethel from the French Tourist Office traveled to Toronto for the most renowned Canada’s Bridal Show established since 1984.
Hosted at the Metro Convention Center in Toronto, a high volume of Exhibitors and Visitors showcased all the latest trends in the Bridal industry as well as Wedding Destinations!
Attended by thousands of soon to be newlyweds, guests mingled among the Exhibitors, attended fashion shows, caught up on the latest trends and met one on one with representatives of the wedding industry. They were focused on searching for their perfect paradise to tie the knot, amongst various Caribbean Destinations, where more than 50% of the region was represented.
“The three-day event was very successful and we have already had many inquiries for wedding services as well as assistance with hotel bookings! Saint Martin/ Sint Maarten is an all time popular destination among brides due to the unique dual nation status, as well as the fact that it is the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean.
“Partnering with the French Tourist Office gives us the opportunity to promote all aspects of the island”! Sint Maarten Marry Me representative Milagros De Windt said during the show.
Sint Maarten Marry Me is one of the leading Wedding Planning companies on St Maarten, celebrating 12 years of turning dreams into reality for many brides-to-be, from North America and beyond.
They have recently branched out to include the French side of Saint Martin to offer their clients a “Fantastically French or Delightfully Dutch” experience! Saint Martin, otherwise known as the French Riviera of the Caribbean, is reminiscent of a typical fishing village full of flora and fauna and luxuriously trendy boutique hotels.
“Saint Martin is indeed a unique destination experience and the French Tourist Office is dedicated to promote our island paradise by attending the most prominent Trade Shows the industry has to offer.
We are hoping to establish more collaboration with the Dutch side in the future for a better representation for Saint Martin/ Sint Maarten as we believe both sides complement each other and have much to offer!” added Ricardo Bethel from the French Tourist Office.