It is romantic and it can be exotic – a beach wedding. But, it does not necessarily mean you can skimp on plans for your outdoor ceremony. It may be casual, but a beach wedding may require just as much work as a formal wedding. However, you do not have to sweat the details. It is possible to have the perfect beach wedding – whether you marry in Texas, near the Gulf of Mexico, or you opt for the smooth sand of a beach in Naples, Fla.
Why not plan a beach wedding in the off-season? Opt to have your beach wedding on the Fort Myers beach in early August or late July. You may save money when you work with certain vendors and you can have that fun beach wedding theme you want.
Celebrate and offer a beach wedding for all!
Keep your guests in mind. For guests with disabilities, it may be hard for them to attend a beach wedding – especially if they use a wheelchair. Opt for a beach that allows some handicapped access. This way, all your guests can enjoy your wedding ceremony and help you celebrate in style.
Have an alternate plan in case inclement weather may try to upstage your special moment in the sun. For example, opt for an alternative – such as the Colonial Country Club in Fort Myers or Mercury Hall or the Alan House in Austin, Texas. It is possible to have a beautiful wedding, whether you are on the beach or not – the weather cannot change wedding plans for two people in love!
Do it yourself, if you want to make your beach wedding a success. It saves you money on your beach wedding and you can still afford the wedding of your dreams – on a beach of sand and warm water!