There is hardly another moment that compares to your first kiss as a married couple! Whether it is a small beach wedding, elopement package or vow renewal, that kiss is meaningful and precious. Erin and Anthony chose Clearwater as their beach wedding venue which provided the perfect backdrop for this kiss as husband and wife. No doubt they enjoyed the warm Gulf water afterward with a honeymoon toast in the sunset.
In sunny St. Augustine under this Rustic Romance wedding arch, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Barrett celebrated their marriage with a memorable kiss by the sea oats and sand dunes. They had a larger ceremony with a wedding party that included several flower girls with many family and friends in attendance. You can be sure they enjoyed the company as they took advantage of all the dining and fun entertainment in St. Augustine and, of course, the ocean!
Mariah and Shawn share their first kiss under their Nautical Knot floral canopy in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. With lots of parking, white sandy beaches and the ocean as your background, this is a lovely location. There was a bit of rain, just for good luck, but it did not stop this happy couple, their joyful wedding party and guests from clapping as they completed their vows.
Mary and Matthew in Siesta Key, near Sarasota, chose one of our Distinctive Design packages and included their wedding party in one of their first married kisses. This youthful wedding couple, bridesmaids and groomsmen were delighted to be in Siesta Key for this celebration. Their exuberance in the soft white sand is clear to see…almost as clear as the Gulf beach water!
Our professional beach wedding photographer captured Heather and Charlie, married in Treasure Island, St. Pete sharing their first kiss under their Tropical Distinctive Design wedding canopy. We hope they enjoyed dancing under the stars during the balmy evening that followed this perfect day on Treasure Island.
The couple below, at Indian Rocks Beach on the Gulf coast, said their vows for now and forever on this white, sandy beach. Sealed with a kiss, of course! Their Indian Rocks wedding was on an uncrowded stretch of beach surrounded by sea oats and quaint walkways to the beachfront for their ceremony.
Cocoa Beach was the preferred choice for this couple to tie the knot. Their stunning wedding decorations complimented the thick, sandy beach. Cocoa Beach is the closest beach to Orlando. It is also known as the Space Coast and you can visit the Kennedy Space Center during your Florida honeymoon. Why not explore the Rocket Garden or U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®.
What beautiful beach wedding colors for this couple’s marriage ceremony. They chose one of our Distinctive Design wedding packages and their theme is perfect for the seaside. Teal is one of our brides favorite colors for a beachfront ceremony. It compliments the turquoise waters and sand, and is equally beautiful at a Florida west coast wedding or east coast locations.
In Daytona Beach no wedding permit is required so this free wedding venue can help you manage your budget. Our couple below was able to upgrade to this stunning black bamboo wedding arch included with the upscale Anchors Away Distinctive wedding package.
Boynton Beach, in West Palm County close to Miami, inspires this first kiss for the just married couple. The blue green ocean and brown sugar sand along with the blue sky are so perfect for an old world Florida wedding. Oceanfront Park has lots of parking for wedding guests. Later, explore canopy covered walkways and shopping on Ocean Avenue. Choose a Boynton Beach wedding to tie the knot and you won’t be disappointed. Contact one of our Beach Wedding Specialists for more information on ANY of these locations or complete beach wedding packages.