It's a great way for couples to honor their relationship, and each other.
St. John, US Virgin Islands (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
Every year on Valentine's Day, the island of St. John (a.k.a. Love City) stays true to its name during the annual vow renewal ceremony performed by the island's ethereal "Barefoot Minister", Rev. Anne Marie Porter. The casual, moving service is held just before dusk on picture-perfect Trunk Bay beach. In the heart of the Virgin Islands National Park, it's hard to imagine a more suitable environment for renewing commitment.
As many love birds have flocked before, Trunk Bay beach, as well as the entire North Shore of St. John, is known for attracting partners-to-be as well as newlyweds, and proves the perfect spot for a fairy tale beach ceremony.
"It's a celebration of love, a great way for couples to honor their relationship, and each other," explains Rev. Porter. Couples in attendance came from all over the map, with some making the trip each year. When asked the key to a long healthy relationship, Rev. Porter doesn't hesitate. "Friendship. Whenever I ask a couple what the key to their longevity is, they always answer the same way."
Everyone is welcome to join in the free celebration on Valentine's Day. Private ceremonies can be arranged at any time of year.
Whether you're an I-Do or an I-Do-Again, if you're looking to love your mate, St. John is the destination for you.
About St. John Weddings
"St. John's Barefoot Minister" Rev. Anne Marie Porter is a 30 year resident of the island who offers budget-friendly, meaningful destination weddings in the United States Virgin Islands.
About Windspree Vacation Homes
For over 30 years, Windspree Vacation Homes has rented and managed vacation villas in and around Coral Bay, St. John. Coral Bay is a small peaceful hamlet on St. John island's east side and convenient to the Virgin Islands National Park, where many of St. John's best beaches and hiking trails are located.