Planning a formal wedding can be very stressful. You might want to consider having your wedding on the beach in Central Florida. This would surely cut down the stress factor and can be every bit as nice as a formal wedding. In some cases, you will be remembered more than the traditional church wedding. The beauty of having a beach wedding is you can kick off your shoes and go barefoot on the sand and just wear a formal attire. You may have a small wedding with just a few guest or a large formal affair with as many guest as you want, this is strictly up to you.The cost of a wedding on the beach really depends on what kind of ceremony you would prefer. There is just a simple ceremony with the bride and groom, the officiant and few witnesses which is very inexpensive. This wedding probably in the range of a few hundred of dollars. Or you could go the route of a beach wedding catered by one of the local hotels located on the beach. Most of the hotels will work with you in planning and attend to what you would require but fix on staying in your budget.They have different plans such as a sunrise or morning wedding with a breakfast reception or a sunset wedding with an evening reception. Just like in any formal wedding, you would make arrangements as to the menu you would require and how many people to attend the reception which by the way can be held outside on the hotel deck. There are many options open to you and this will depend on on how much you want to spend on your wedding. A beach wedding for your special day would be romantic, memorable and fun for you, your family and guests.
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