Beach Wedding Tips

Gently foaming waves, warm sun, soft sand, and a light breeze caressing your skin: a beach is the perfect romantic setting for a perfectly romantic wedding. However, having a wedding by the sea involves a lot more than simply placing a few chairs on the shoreline and dressing the minister in clam diggers. As with any type of wedding, there are many other factors to consider

The beach authorities may be a little more strict than you think. It may be a pain in the you know what but it is worth investigating what those rules are before you start planning your beach wedding. You don’t want to waste your time.

There may be regulations regarding other things, such as food, bonfires, alcohol consumption, and smoking. Will you need to provide your own trash receptacles? Are you allowed to use candles or torches? Set up tents? Serve margaritas and mai-tais? Many beaches have requirements regarding such things, so make sure you check with them first.

Beach weddings are beautiful, but can do a number on your wedding attire. You’ll be suprised at what you have consider when choosing your wedding attire. Not only should you think about what to wear, you should also think about what not to wear for your ocean front wedding. The bright sun, sand, and salt water can take a toll on delicate fabrics like satin, organdy and silk.

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Filed under: Beach Weddings — vicky at 11:30 am on Monday, May 8, 2006