There’s nothing quite like a vacation in Nassau Paradise Island. The memories you make on the shores of paradise last a lifetime and we know that once you’ve visited Paradise, you’ll be dying to return. To reminisce about your Bahamas vacation, or to help get you excited for your upcoming beach escape, plan a Bahamian party! Invite the atmosphere of the Caribbean into your home, and share your love of all things Bahamas with your friends. Our tips will have you dancing to a Junkanoo beat and dreaming of Bahamas breezes.
Guests often comment about how friendly and approachable Bahamian locals are, so inject that easy-going spirit into your party by keeping things casual and laid-back.
What do you think of when you think of Nassau Paradise Island? Pristine white sand beaches? Stunning turquoise water? Conch shells? Palm trees? Goombay drums? Incorporate your favorite paradise sights into your party’s décor for an elegant tropical escape.
White Sand: Regardless of whether you’re planning on hosting your party indoors or out, some well-placed candlelight never goes amiss. Fill the bottom of a glass container—we like the idea of a hurricane vase, or a mason jar for a more casual, funky look—with some sand, center your candle in the middle, and add a couple of sea shells for an added beach-inspired touch.
Turquoise Water: While the brilliance of the crystal-clear waters of The Bahamas is unlike anything else, some turquoise touches will bring the essence of our vibrant waters to your party and add some Caribbean color to your décor. Try some turquoise napkins or serving dishes, or add some turquoise marbles or sea glass to your candles and centerpieces.
Palm Trees: Is there anything better than a Bahamas breeze flowing gently through some palm trees? A couple of palm fronds are an easy way to bring a classic Paradise Island plant to your party. Lay some on your buffet table, or throw a couple in a tall vase. Voila!
No party is complete without some delicious food! Lucky for you, we’ve rounded up some recipes of some of the most popular Bahamian dishes so you can serve authentic food that’s just like what you’d find on the Island.