7 Beach Wedding Tips
Make sure your beach wedding is perfect.
Keep it shoe-less
If the wedding party is going barefoot, spend a day together a few days before the wedding to get pedicures. I would offer a shoe-check for guests and mention it creatively in the invitation (your caterer should be able to handle this). Ideally, room temperature water would be available as a foot rinse for when coming off of the beach.
Keep it together
Keep your makeup and hair team throughout the event, so they can make adjustments as the lighting and setting changes. The last thing you want is to end up looking all disheveled! Make sure you wear a daytime natural look on the beach while deepening the look later so your features don’t get lost in the evening. Go for a formal up-look outside (so blowing wind doesn’t cover your face with your hair) and let it down once inside.
Keep it short
Not the gown – the ceremony. Nobody wants to be in a long drawn-out service fully-dressed in the sun. Hydrate your guests and hold off on alcohol until after the ceremony, just as you would inside.
Enjoy the process, and your wedding day will reflect your style and your enthusiasm, creating a memorable experience for you, your family, and friends.