A beach wedding is an opportunity to have a laid-back romantic wedding where you can kick off your shoes and feel the sand between your toes. Fun in the sun, and a gorgeous seaside sunset to the end the beautiful and intimate ceremony sounds like a lovely fun-filled wedding. We’ve put together some tropical beach wedding ideas for you below in hopes to make your planning a breeze.
Bride Bouquet: This soft white roses and blush colored lilies with bear grass is the perfect tropical beach bridal bouquet.
Wedding Shoes: We are in love with these super girly light pink Badgley Mischka wedding shoes.
Grooms Boutonniere: A single white rose is lovely and romantic; perfect for a beach wedding.
Wedding Reception Table Card: Our table cards will arrive blank, so you can add table numbers or clever names that fit the couples personality.
Wedding Reception Menu: Carry your stationery theme throughout your entire wedding with matching reception menus.
Personalized Cocktail Coasters: Our custom drink coasters add a chic personalized touch to parties, cocktail hours and receptions.
When stylist Rebekah from A&B Creative and photographer Wendy Laurel team up on an inspiration shoot, one can only imagine the incredible beauty that will follow. This utterly romantic Maui wedding inspiration shoot is of course, no exception. Paired with one of our dreamy invitation suites, this session is one that leaves us feeling transported to the white sand beaches of Maui.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Rondi and Aaron, that took place at Five Palms Beach Grill, on Keawakapu Beach in Maui, Hawaii. The couple described the day as, “PERFECT and it wouldn’t have happened without our dream team of creative folks, all of whom were close friends or family that traveled to Maui with us including the photographers, videographer, musician, and pastor.”
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Mary and Andreas which took place at Casa Tortuga in San Pedro, and Ambergris Caye in Belize.
Mary and Andreas met while she was traveling in Thailand. He was her diving instructor. So they held the wedding in Belize to capture their love found deep at sea – complete with recycled driftwood, sea turtles, and diving during the week getaway.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Heather and Will, held at Longboat Key Club & Resort in Longboat Key, Florida. They held a tying the knot ceremony instead of the traditional sand or candle lighting. Both of their moms carried a nautical rope down the ceremony isle as a symbol of their two families coming together. During the ceremony they tied the knot into a fisherman’s knot, which is the strongest knot and gets tighter when pulled. The couple plans to display the rope in their home.
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Today’s Real Wedding features the beach wedding of Sarah and Kiley, which was held on the beaches of The Outer Banks, North Carolina. They had a wonderful steel drum band for their ceremony music and cocktail hour which set the most romantic, tropical feel for the entire event.