Nicole Latulippe


Josh Stephens


What date should I RSVP by?

We ask that you RSVP by October 20th to ensure enough time to plan logistics given it's a destination wedding. You can RSVP under the RSVP tab on this website.

What is the easiest way to get to and from your wedding venue(s)?

Transportation will be provided to and from the Fairmont Hotel. More details to follow.

Will your wedding be indoors or outdoors?

Our wedding ceremony and cocktail hour will be held outdoors however, our wedding reception will be held indoors.

Have you reserved blocks of rooms at one or more hotels?

We have secured a room block at the Fairmont El San Juan Hotel for $289.00/night plus taxes and fees however, it is currently sold out but feel free to use the website link under travel arrangements to check if any rooms became available.

You can try to book at the Fairmont El San Juan directly through the hotel or try your credit card, JetBlue or other 3rd party sites to get a discounted rate. Please let us know if you are having problems and we will try to accommodate.

There are many other hotel options in the San Juan, Puerto Rico area at various price points including Airbnb rentals so please feel free to book the accommodations that work best for you.

What is the dress code for your wedding?

We encourage cocktail attire for our wedding. For women, floor length or midi hem is appropriate. For men, they can wear a suit (tie optional) or sports jacket and dress shirt.

Please note, there is a lot of cobblestone on the streets of San Juan and there will be a short walk from the ceremony to the reception. Please be mindful of your shoe wear. Women should wear block heels or wedges instead of stiletto's.

What is the weather like in Puerto Rico?

The weather in Puerto Rico is going to be absolutely fabulous! Daily high temperatures are around 83°F, rarely falling below 80°F or exceeding 87°F. Daily low temperatures are around 74°F, rarely falling below 70°F or exceeding 77°F.

Am I allowed to bring my children?

We love your kids but thought you might like a night off. Adults only please!

What is the easiest way to get to and from the airport?

The San Juan airport is less than a 10 minute drive to the Fairmont El San Juan. We recommend you take an Uber from the airport (cheapest option ~$10) or you can take a taxi however, they are cash only and ~$18.

PLEASE be aware when you are traveling home, you must stop at the USDA Bag Inspection station located in the same lobby as Bag Check / Security BEFORE you check a bag or get into the security line. They will require a sticker on all your items before letting you proceed.

Do I need a passport?

United States citizens and permanent residents don't need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico.

What is there to do in Puerto Rico?

There are SO many exciting things to do! Here are a few of my recommendations:

Visit El Yunque National Forest - El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest System and here you can find hiking, swimming and even zip-lining! I've been the to waterfall and it was absolutely beautiful. Learn more here:

Explore Puerto Rico’s Bioluminescent Bays - Bioluminescent bays or "bio bays" are bodies of water where microscopic organisms called dinoflagellates grow in quantities large enough to produce a "glow-in-the-dark" effect called bioluminescence. When you paddle or splash the water, these organisms shine in a neon blue-green color, making the water look as if it was lit by billions of glowing stars.

Get lost in the streets of Old San Juan - Wander the cobblestone streets to soak up the unique architecture and colorful streets. You’ll find fun local shops and lively restaurants and bars scattered throughout the old city. You can also take guided tours to learn more about the history of the many 500-year-old buildings, local cuisine, and even visit the place where one of the most popular drinks was born, the world-famous piña colada.!grid~~~random~1

Get some sun on Puerto Rico's best beaches - Puerto Rico’s 270 miles of coastline is fringed with nearly 300 beaches, each one stunning in its own way. Thanks to the Island’s diverse geography, you can choose from secluded coves with white sand and crystalline water or beaches that attract water sports enthusiasts including surfers, paddleboarders, snorkelers, and divers.