Check with your venue or wedding coordinator to make sure you’ve applied for the proper beach permits, if required.
The sound of the crashing surf can be so atmospheric…and also noisy! Most venues will be able to provide electricity, so you can have a microphone for the officiant. Under The Chuppah
For an intimate wedding of, say, 20 or so guests, it’s fine to have them gather around the couple during a brief ceremony. Otherwise you’ll want to arrange for seating.
Luckily, your setting is so picturesque that you won’t need to add décor. But an arch or chuppah makes a nice focal point. Many venues have these available or know where you can rent them.
Be aware, most beach sites are public. If you want complete privacy, rent beachfront restaurant or hotel, or an oceanview private estate.
Voluminous tulle and floral appliqués make for stunning gowns (and capes). Ahead, a Erik Madigan Heck portfolio of the latest showstopping designs from Carolina Herrera, Valentino, Lanvin, and more.
Styling by Rebecca Ramsey; Hair by Andre Gunn at Brydges Mackinney using Oribe; makeup by Itsuki Hoshino at Bridge Artists using Chanel; manicure by Elena Capo at the Wall Group using Chanel; prop stylist: Abby Walton at Lalaland Artists; market editor: Arielle Cabreja; model: Rachel Alexander at Supreme.
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