When a beach wedding package is purchased through us, brides and grooms are often confused as to what time of day it should be scheduled. The best time would be one hour prior to sunset in order to capture beautiful sunset pictures by the shore and give you enough time for the ceremony itself. If you are scheduling your beach wedding for the morning it should be early enough to stay away from the glare of the sun around noon time. The middle of the day is when the sun is most direct and may cause some issues with your photography. The sunsets here are beautiful, the weather is cooler, and less people on the beach to hold a sunset beach wedding, there is no other backdrop needed other than the glorious sunset sky.
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A beach wedding in Florida is a special kind of celebration. It can be planned year round because of our temperate climate. Even a Christmas Beach Wedding is possible here as well as a July Beach Wedding. But there are things to consider when planning this beautiful event.
1. Decide on a beach that is suitable for you. Whether you want a secluded spot or a lively type of beach, there are many choices in this area.
2. Make your plans with any accommodations you may need for family and friends that may be attending.
3. Obtain your marriage license by mail ahead of time if this is what you prefer, or make plans to visit the courthouse to obtain your marriage license in person.
We make everything easy for you, but working these things out will reduce your stress level as it gets closer to your wedding day.
Take a look at our beach wedding page to choose one of our beautiful packages