We actually got married at the Aruba Divi Phoenix Resort and Indira was our wedding planner.
I didn't have a problem wearing a veil at all. It was windy and my hair didn't move all day because of all the hairspray the hairdresser put in it
We had the civil ceremont at Town Hall around 4pm, then went to the Divi trees for some pics, then were at the beach around 6ish for the beach ceremony.
Rev. Robert Gibson did a phenominal job and we got plenty of pics.
The photographer (Paul Van Driel) gave us a cd with over 200 photos, plus an album with about 80 photos printed.
At one point I was thinking about removing my veil, but Paul said that veils are very photogenic.
The seashells on the wedding cake were made out of white chocolate, which I got a chocolatier to make....(she had molds done from real seashells.) Then I brought some edible colors, which the cake maker painted on them and did a fabulous job.
If anyone has anymore questions, feel free to ask