Beach Wedding Ceremonies: Top 5 Tips Every Bride-to-Be Must Not Miss

Posted: October 7, 2011 in Random thoughts/blogs
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Here are five beach wedding ceremony tips to ensure your beach exchange is a memorable and smooth one.

Have a backup plan.

Although you may dismiss the thought of it but there is always a chance of rain and inclement weather on a beach wedding ceremony. So make sure you prepare a plan B for your ceremony site. You may ask your reception site to save an alternative space in case of uncooperative weather.

Throw away the heels.

Heels and sand simply don’t mix. Wait until you reach the top level of the ground until you flaunt your brand new pair of stilettos. Don’t fret about your footwear. There are hundreds of bride worthy sandals and flats out there waiting for you to be discovered. You can also go barefoot. If you are stuck on wearing heels, you can break them out for your first wedding dance at the reception area.

Secure sound equipment.

Though the sea breeze and the crashing waves all contribute to the beauty of beach weddings, your guests will inherently find it difficult hearing your voice. Rent speakers and microphones so that everyone at the reception site will be able to hear your wedding vows.

Windproof the programs.

It can get a little windy at the beach most of the time, so make sure that you distribute programs that won’t be easily blown away. You may choose to have heavy card stock programs or perhaps use shells and sand dollars to pin them down.

Get a bouncer.

The last thing you have to worry about is getting a bunch of wedding crashers in the ceremony. And if you are celebrating the wedding ceremony in a public beach, chances are you will have some gawkers. Keep strangers from wandering near the altar or on the aisle. Ask a friend, relative or your wedding planner to keep them away from the ceremony.

 

Planning a wedding gets easier these days with the help of professional wedding coordinators.  So sit back, relax and prepare yourself for the big day. Let BridesBestfriend do all the work for you!

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