Beach weddings are one of the most romantic and popular to say “I do” ways. The natural beauty of the environment is impossible to match at home and everyone will remember the incredible day we had with you and your new spouse on the beach. Many people choose to spend several days at the beach before the wedding enjoying the company of family and close friends before the big day. In this article we will discuss how to have a wedding on the beach.
Instructions on how to have a beach wedding:
1. Select the beach where you want to have your wedding. Be sure to consider the time of year, season and other local events in your decision. Also, if you have your wedding at the resort “out of season”, you can take advantage of the low rates of accommodation and other services, as it will not be as high demand.
2. Establish contact with a person from the nearest beach where you want to have your wedding hotel. This person will help coordinate the event and reserve enough room for your guests. You can also recommend suppliers to help with the wedding cake, music and photography. This person usually serve as liaison with the catering department of the hotel.
3. Spend at least one night on the beach where you want your wedding . This will help you be sure you have chosen the right place. Walk on the beach all the time you want to get married and check the area to make sure the hotel is the kind of place that you trust for your wedding and reception with gusto. If you find you do not like the area, the atmosphere and clientele, consider a change of venue.
4. Make sure the area where you want can be booked. If you can not, you will have to select another location.
5. Set a date with the help of the person. When you planning a beach wedding, this should be done at least six months in advance if possible. Otherwise, even if the place is available that can end up being hurried out of the area to make room for the next scheduled event. In good time, usually one can speak of the hotel to reserve the beach area for at least half a day.6. Interview musicians, photographers and bakers potential. It is best to use local talent, as these people work better if they are familiar with the place and the area. Be sure to ask for references, examples of his work and cost estimates. Most are willing to negotiate on prices – especially if you are very clear about what you want and if you have your event when the area is not busy with other tourists.
7. Sign contracts with preferred suppliers. This will fit in working with you on a given weekend and gives you the security of knowing that you can check one more thing off your list. At this point, the hard work is done. Now you can move on to things that are required in any wedding , like showers, dresses and parties!