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Whether or not a cruise line is legally able to per­form a wed­ding at sea de­pends on the laws of where the ship is flagged. For ex­am­ple, 13 Princess ships are flagged in Bermuda, so all of those ships’ cap­tains are vested to per­form le­gal cer­e­monies dur­ing cruises. Most of the ships have wed­ding chapels on board (and those that don’t have them in the li­brary), as well as on­board florists who can de­sign ar­range­ments to suit your spec­i­fi­ca­tions. Princess even of­fers reg­istries (with an easy-to- use app) to make it sim­ple for guests to con­trib­ute to your hon­ey­moon, and they can buy you ev­ery­thing from Cham­pagne and spe­cialty din­ners to shore ex­cur­sions. And, just be­cause you’re at sea doesn’t mean you shouldn’t ask about choco­late foun­tains and hand­writ­ten place cards; most lines can han­dle the same sort of re­quests you would make on land. Crys­tal Cruises will even ask the on­board chefs to pre­pare your fam­ily recipes for the din­ner re­cep­tion.

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