Mind set on the beach wedding
You have chosen a beach wedding.
But there are some things to consider, even though being out in the open, in a romantic oceanfront setting is a must!
1. When choosing a beach make sure its accessible to everyone
Many people overlook the accessibility factor once they’ve first layed eyes on and fallen in love with a beach wedding location.
Don’t forget to think about your guests’ convenience, and how easy or difficult it is going to be to make it to the location for them.
2. Consider your decor
You’ll need to tweak your décor to suit the outdoors, especially in windy locations. Once you get down on the beach that wind picks up.
This means you may want to think twice about super lavish flowers, towering candles, and even windy ribbons and balloons,
which may just end up getting blown away by the wind.
3. Make sure there’s some shade.
Never underestimate the weather! It could be crystal clear one second and that nice summer Florida 5 minute down pour could get you!
Also, that sun could get intense quick, nice to have some palm trees close by for a quick shade break.
Just a few things to consider when choosing a beach location for your wedding or elopement.