Beach Weddings

18 Jul

Beach Wedding In The Tropical Florida Paradise

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I never imagined what it was like to be married on the beach. I actually never even knew anything about beach weddings. Well, all that changed when I moved to Florida. I have had a Florida connection for over 16 years now. It is amazing to me that what I never knew about beach weddings has become the focal point of my life here in Florida. Being a California girl I learned to body surf on the California beaches with my dad. He was great at it. He could catch every single wave.

Once on a trip to Pensacola for his job he returned back to San Diego and gave me seashells from Pensacola. Who knew that Pensacola would even be a part of my life later on. One visit and it brought me closer to my dad all those years later. He passed away in his early 40’s and my one regret is that I did not get to go to Pensacola, Florida with him. Like most dads, he just had a way of making things better.

So here I am in Florida all those years later making wedding dreams come true for a bride and her groom. I have learned so much. I have studied and worked hard to know all that I could about Florida and of course about beach weddings. One thing I did discover is that Florida is a HUGE Destination Wedding location. The water is gorgeous. Sorry California, the color of the water and the white sandy beaches make Florida a popular place for weddings. I have found Anna Maria Island, Siesta Key that both won awards and recognition for their beaches to be pristine wedding ceremony locations. The Gulf of Mexico includes the coastlines of Anna Maria Island, Siesta Key, Bradenton Beach, St Pete Beach, Clearwater and all down the coast to Perdido Key which areĀ each one all perfect for a beach wedding.

Perdido Key, FL is a gorgeous location for a wedding with sugar white sands and it shares the same beautiful aquamarine colored Gulf Of Mexico water and is another favorite of mine for beach weddings. It would not be fair if I failed to mention some of my other favorites which include Ft Lauderdale, FL, Naples, FL, Captiva, FL, Key West, and of course my secret beach wedding location. The thing is that I now seem to have found the tropical paradise that makes couples feel happy and connected to nature’s beauty. I now understand why a beach wedding is so spectacular and popular. Oh, and the stunning, magical, one-of-a-kind sunsets are all part of the beach wedding celebration that is like no other way of marrying the one you love.

3 Responses to “Beach Weddings”

  1. Bonnie Keller FridayApril 22, 2016 at 3:23 pm #

    Planning on getting married October 28th 2016 on Anna Maria Island please send me information. Thank you

  2. RENEE A CRESTA FridayJanuary 11, 2019 at 3:16 pm #

    Im interested in a very small intimate beach wedding.

  3. admin FridayJanuary 11, 2019 at 4:16 pm #

    What month are you looking at and what beach would you like to have it on?

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