4. Minimize your reception expenses by planning a sunset ceremony followed by a simple but elegant wine and cheese reception right on the beach.Remember that public beaches seldom allow alcohol to be served and police may become unwanted guests.
5. Rent an outdoor canopy to protect your reception area from rain showers and uninvited seagulls. For a tropical flare, decorate the canopy with tulle and twinkling mini-lights and silk flowers. Use hurricane candles for lighting. Remember that most public beaches don’t allow you to set up tents or any structures, and some don’t permit chairs to be pre-set (so have your guests set up their own one-at-a-time. Also, rental companies will seldom deliver chairs to a public beach since there is no security…you’re on your own for this issue.
6. Remember your guest’s comfort and safety. Provide seating for the elderly as well as sunscreen and insect repellent just in case.
7. Thank your guests for sharing your day. Present them with beach wedding favors such as personalized sand-dollars, seashell candles or Hawaiian Silk Leis.
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