Beach Wedding Planning Tips
If you want to have the wedding of your dreams on the beach, you have plenty of things to consider in order to get the beautiful view and wedding venues you are envisioning. There are a few things you will want to check and think about before you start making official plans.
Public Or Private Settings
Most sandy beaches are open to the public, but if you want to have a smaller, intimate wedding with just your family and friends, you could find a private property with a secluded beach to enjoy and have that moment of privacy during your big day.
Permits And Ordinances
There are rules on beaches and these vary based on location. You need to see if you have to have a permit for your gathering. Often, the more people you have, the more rules there are. Your Dream Beach Wedding team can help walk you through this process.
You might love the idea of getting married with your toes in the sand, but you want to make sure your family and friends can get to the beach. There can be an additional layer of accessibility issues when you have a dream beach wedding. Think about those who have mobility issues if you want to get married by the ocean.
Tides And Weather
If you get married anywhere outside, there are always chances of bad weather. When you get married on the beach, you also have to think about the tides and the fact that half the beach will disappear at certain times of the day. Check with experts (like your pro wedding planner, for example) to make sure you don’t set something up in the wrong location.
High And Low Seasons
When you are in California, there will be people on the beaches all year long. San Diego is pretty famous for having amazing weather all year round, but there are a couple things to keep in mind. There actually are seasons that are more popular for beachgoers, and the hottest months of Southern California summers are after July and into the early fall. Keep in mind that when you have nicer weather, you also have more crowds and more expensive lodging for guests. Low seasons bring privacy and more affordable accommodations—as well as possible deals from wedding venues.
Talk To Experts
If you really want your dream beach wedding, it is best to have professional help from the team at Dream Beach Wedding. They have been organizing dream-like weddings for decades within several wedding venues in San Diego. If you don’t live in the area, the dream team wedding planners can take care of the details for you so you don’t have to worry about anything revolving around the big day. Everything is organized for you based on your preferences, so you can have the romantic wedding on the beach that you’ve always wanted.