Even though a beach wedding is simpler, more affordable, and better, it does have its own set of issues to think about. So, we’ve put together this article that should help you offset most of the major issues associated with beach weddings. Pay attention to these tips, and your beach wedding should go a lot smoother.
Time the wedding perfectly. When you’re figuring out the photos, lighting is really important. You might want to end the ceremony about an hour before the sun sets. If you do that, you’ll still have fantastic actions when the lighting is natural, as well as pictures of the sunset.
Make sure your setting has enough shade. Your guests will appreciate the shade you can provide for them. Think about forming a canopy to go over the area where they will all be seated. For instance, you could grab some bamboo poles and just lightly drape thing white fabric over them.
Have plenty of refreshments. In order to keep your guests fully hydrated throughout the ceremony, set up a little table with lemonade, a cocktail, and ice water. They can enjoy this while they are waiting around for it to start.
Make sure you’ll have plenty of privacy. Beaches are very crowded on holiday weekends, so try to avoid them unless you want the general public to walk by and gawk at you. Not every beach is private. Every Hawaiian beach is public. If you really want privacy and the ability to customize your setting, think about renting a property on the ocean where you can have a quiet, peaceful little ceremony and still snap photos out on the beach. Nothing can ruin a wedding like a lot of passerby that keep disturbing the scene you have created especially for your yourselves, your friends and your family.