Did the Royal Turks and Caicos Police Force arrest bride Maggie and groom Charlie on their wedding day?
That might have been very likely. On their wedding day there was way too much partying going on at the Grace Bay Beach in front of Bay Bistro.
DJ Dayoh was playing his tunes when the Royal Turks and Caicos Police Force showed up on their quads patrolling the beach. They passed the wedding party at first and then turned around. They requested to talk to the bride and groom. Maggie and Charlie came out to talk to the officers, was the party too noisy, was it too late. Was it inappropriate that some wedding guests were dancing without a shirt on? What is happening?
The Royal Turks and Caicos Police Force came to congratulate the bride and groom on their wedding day and made their day even more special than it already was. Maggie and Charlie were allowed to have a seat on the police vehicle and wear their police caps for a picture. Thank you Turks and Caicos Police Force for such a wonderful gesture and for keeping our beaches with guests safe all the time.
Maggie and Charlie, what an amazing wedding day and what a party. Not sure how I ended up in the party. From all of us at Brilliant Studios, many congratulations.
Location groom getting ready: Villa Renaissance. Location bride getting ready: The Sands Resort. Location ceremony: Grace Bay Beach. Catering by: Kissing Fish at Bay Bistro. Flowers by Environmental Arts. Cake by Diane Guess from Cakestodifor. Hair by Brigitte from Tangled Salon. Make up by Ann Northcote at Maxime’s Salon. Wedding officiant: Dee Conolly. Security arranged by the Royal Turks and Caicos Police Force. DJ: DJ Dayoh. Saxofoon: Sir Clarke. Personalized roasted TCI Coffee by www.TciCoffeeRoasters.com
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