Dec 29, 2011

Beach wedding

If you are looking for a unique idea for your wedding you might consider getting married at the beach.

One of the first things you would check out if you are planning the wedding is what are the rules and regulations of the particular beach you have in mind. Many beaches do not have a fee for using the beach all that is required is that you clean up after the wedding.

Probably the easiest and most economical plans for your wedding would be to have the wedding and reception at a local beachfront hotel. You would pay one fee for your wedding and reception. Many hotels located on the beach have wedding plans that can fit most budgets. Whether you want a small wedding consisting of 20 to 25 people or a much larger one with 100 guest. They can usually accommodate different types of theams connected to the beach such as a pirate theme, shipwreck theme, or a beach party theme. Another advantage is you can have an early morning wedding bringing in the sunrise a late evening wedding as the sun sets. Most hotels have a deck for the wedding and reception or if it is bad weather a large inside ballroom. Another plus by using a beachfront hotel you could usually make a deal on the rooms for your out-of-town guests and your wedding party. So check with your local beachfront hotels I'm sure they can give you an exotic and tropical type wedding that you will not forget.

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