Choosing Formal Attire
Many people tend to dress less formal at beach weddings . Its best to wear lighter fabrics so that you are comfortable at your wedding and keep it short enough so it doesn’t drag in the sand.
Choosing the Location
You want to make sure you look into legal considerations such as permits and restrictions. Make sure you find out how much parking is available and also keep in mind the number of guests you have invited. You want to make sure your location is secure and safe as well.
You’ll want to decide if your going to tie the knot at a public beach or private. Private may be more expensive, so your going to have to look at your budget and go from there.
Time of Day
Saying your vows at sunset may create the most romantic atmosphere for the wedding albums. You’ll have to keep updates on the weather so that you prepare yourself incase something changes.
You’ll have to set up chairs for your guests so they don’t have to stand in the sand. Make sure there are accessible bathrooms nearby as well. And keep the ceremony a fair distance away from the water incase of the tide. Incase of unexpected weather you’ll also want to have a tent set up.
Sugar Beach Weddings will travel to your beach side location to perform your marriage ceremony, setup at one of our beautiful pavillions on the beach like: Gulf State Park, Ft. Pickens State Park, Big Lagoon State Park, Pensacola State Park, Navarre State Park, Beasley State Park, James Lee State Park, Henderson State Park, St. Andrews State Park. There are wonderful facilities for a reception under one of the pavillions. Simply use one of many wonderful caterers in the area. Receptions and marriages on a Cruiser Yacht in Destin are also available. Full Dinner and Open Bar available.
Sugar Beach Weddings offers you a choice of Officiants to perform your beach wedding. You can choose a Male or Female Notary Officiant or an Ordained Minister. If you are energetic and love the beach, please contact them for information on owning your own Beach Weddings Business in any State that has a Beach.