Outdoor Weddings – Beach Ceremonies

Imagine blue skies above with the sun shining brightly, a slight breeze that ruffles your hair, the golden sand that meets the beautiful blue of the ocean and you walking down the aisle barefoot towards your future partner for life. This is what people think about when it comes to outdoor weddings and specifically, beach ceremonies. While a wedding ceremony at a church is traditional and heart-warming, for some couples, it might not beat the majesty of a beach ceremony.

For some, an outdoor wedding might not only be a stunning alternative but also cost-effective. Because this will mean not spending a fortune on reserving a standard venue and you can instead get a permit from your local authority to reserve a section of the beach. You might also be needed to submit a detailed report on the décor, food and beverages and other equipment you will bring.

A beach wedding also offers a chance to save on the décor, food and beverages by finding the best party equipment hire business. Why? Because companies such as Discount Party Hire have experience in being mobile and can set up just about anywhere. You can get tables and chairs, and catering services along with décor tips from their team of experts. This will also mean that a bulk of your wedding plans will already be handled.

If the bride does not want to go down the aisle barefoot and is afraid of burning on the sand, she can wear sandals with flat soles or select a nice pair of wedges. The groom can also opt for sandals to feel the breeze hit his feet. When it comes to the dress of the bride, a puffy dress with the train might be beautiful for a normal occasion but will not work for a beach wedding. Find a dress that is easy to move in and will not distract, maybe lighter fabrics such as chiffon will work well for the dress. And for the guys, lighter fabrics such as linen and cotton are recommended. But absolutely no tuxedo or dark colours for the ceremony.

Your wedding does not have to bring stress and hardship in your life, planning it can be a breeze with the right people helping you along the way.