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Wedding Decorations




In order for you to get the answer to your question as quickly as possible, we have gathered the most frequently asked questions here for you to get help as soon as possible. If you have any other questions from the list below, please do not hesitate to contact us via email at or call us at +1 (868) 639-8828.

  • Should we visit Tobago in advance?
    I totally recommend that you do: take at least one trip to Tobago. On this trip, I recommend that you visit your venue. Think about where the ceremony, pre-reception cocktail hour and reception will be held. Schedule a tasting with your caterer, bar provider and cake baker. Have a face to face conversation with your photographer as they will be with you for the entire wedding day and it’s important that you are comfortable with them. Book a hair and make-up trial with your hairstylist and make-up artist.
  • Are marriages in Trinidad and Tobago legal in my home country?
    Yes they are! Although most of our couples become legally married in their hometown, Trinidad and Tobago marriages are legal. You are required to be in the country at least 24 hours before applying for the marriage license. You will need your passports for proof of entry, a marriage license fee of $50 USD, original or notarized copy of your decree absolute if divorced and proof of name change once your name differs on documents. Civil marriages, Hindu marriages, Muslim marriages and Orisa marriages are all recognized in Trinidad and Tobago.
  • What’s the best month to host your Tobago Wedding Milestone?
    The weather has been very unpredictable lately; our island’s heaviest rainfall period is usually in the month of November. The perfect time to host your Tobago wedding milestone is between December to September.
  • Should we host a welcome party?
    Why not! Your guests have travelled miles away to celebrate your extra-special day. Set the tone for your wedding weekend with a welcome rehearsal dinner to experience our local cuisine such like, fish broth, pelau, crab and dumpling, to name a few. Delight your guests with welcome bags, finger foods, cocktails and local entertainment. They’ll definitely feel appreciated.
  • Is there a “date change fee” should we need to postpone our wedding in light of the pandemic?
    Should you decide to change your wedding date due to the pandemic, you would not incur a date change fee from most vendors. However, I strongly recommend that you confirm each vendor’s date change policy, before committing. The proposed new date will be confirmed based on the vendor’s availability. It would a pleasure to have a consultation with you. Feel free to send me an email at
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Eye for Design’s core aspiration is to be one of Tobago’s most exquisite and distinctive flower shops, serving the public directly with our wide selection of fine flowers in every color and shape in addition to providing quality events and eclectic decorating.

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