No, BUT you need to make sure of the marital RIGHTS /LAWS in whatever waters you may choose to bless your union in. Not paying attention to laws governing community property or fault/no fault divorce could land you or the hubby-to-be in future HOT WATER.
Of course I wish you all the best and a long long marriage but, know what you might be giving up. Congratulations!
Not personally, but DrD (Phil & Shelley) were married on Monday 3/23 on the Grand Princess. Log onto messages.cruisecritic.com and go to reviews. He has done a nice review of the wedding process. The Grand is registered in Bermuda and only requires two weeks of publication in the Bermuda news before the nuptuals are performed. It is a very formal event and the chapel is beautiful with flowers, stained glass, photographer, music, Etc.