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A Wedding on the Beach

Updated on July 9, 2009

A wedding on the beach is no longer a new concept. Many people have been contemplating having this as their wedding theme. Although some religions prohibit this type of ceremony, you can count on one thing, it is already a socially and legally accepted practice just as long as couples have the correct license for the marriage.


There are beach resorts that can offer incredible wedding and honeymoon packages. You do not have to pay separate services for catering, the rental of the place or even the technical equipment used for the reception. In addition, you save money from transportation, because the locations of the wedding and the reception can be in one place.

The Perfect Venue to Capture Moments

People love the beach for its beauty. The breeze, waves, natural lighting and the fresh air brings a romantic touch and airy light feeling to your guests. Aside from that, you can have the most wonderful background for your wedding photos and videos. You do not have to worry about finding another location to make dramatic and romantic shots. It comes naturally by the beach.

Image by Alexander O'Neill
Image by Alexander O'Neill

Nothing too Stiff

Being on the beach makes people more relaxed and calm. There are no strict dress codes and everyone gets a chance to just be themselves. Moreover, creativity is not restricted. You can design your floor plan, have your own music arrangement and decorate the place according to your taste. You even have the freedom to choose your officiant.

The Perfect Venue for a Lifetime Commitment

A wedding on the beach serves as a neutral ground for couples. Even if they are from different religions, they do not have to fight on the venue to get married. The beach is certainly a place where they can equally honor their heritage and faith, while promising each other their never-ending vows.

With all these reasons, there is no doubt why beach weddings have become increasingly popular. So, better book your reservations now, and start marking the day you will say your ‘I dos’.

Wedding on the Beach - Your Comments

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    dcrisan 8 years ago from Maryland

    Yes I would love to get married on the beach as well! The scenary is so romantic! Great Hub!

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    jaybob217 8 years ago

    Love beach weddings! I got married on the beach in Kauai last December!

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    Elynjo 8 years ago from Sin City

    This hub makes me want to renew my wedding vows hehe. Thanks, this is good.

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    Litany Notch 8 years ago from South UK

    Hi Alex! yes I didn't realise it until you pointed it out.

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    Alex ONeill 8 years ago from Sweden (But I'm from Colorado)

    That wedding on the beach image scared me for a second cuz it says by "alexander o'neill" which is almost my name haha. Nice hub Lit

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    Litany Notch 8 years ago from South UK

    You are very bad! badcompany...but you make me laugh!

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    \Brenda Scully 8 years ago

    We went to Sorrento a couple of years ago, there were brides everywhere, from all over the world, I must say it added to the holiday, everything was arranged for them, and they all looked beautiful and extremely happy.... Lovely hub....


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