For many years, Florida has been a desirable location for beach weddings. Florida’s beautiful sunsets, beaches and weather entice brides who not only live in Florida, but also brides from all over the world.
Possible Choices for Florida Beach Weddings
Couples can choose to have their Florida beach wedding at one of the many beautiful beachfront resorts, country clubs, or private beach homes along the Florida coastline. Jennifer Angeloro has been photographing beach weddings in Florida for over 10 years and has the experience necessary to provide you with beautiful photographs of your Florida beach wedding.
Florida Beachfront Hotel or Resort
When planning a Florida beach wedding, brides have a variety of options when choosing ceremony and reception locations. A popular choice among many couples is to have their ceremony and reception at a beachfront hotel or resort. Florida has countless world-class hotels and resorts on its beaches. Hosting a wedding at a hotel or resort is also convenient for out of town guests since they are able to stay right on the property.
Florida Golf or Country Club
Another popular choice amongst couples planning a Florida beach wedding is to host the event at a golf or country club. Many golf and country clubs have a private beach on their property. This allows couples to have their ceremony on the beach while giving them the option of having their reception in the clubhouse or on the lawn.
Florida Private Beach Homes
For couples desiring a more private, intimate setting, renting a private home to host their Florida beach wedding is a popular choice. From small cottages to sprawling mansions, there is a wide variety of private homes available for rent along Florida’s pristine beaches. Frequently, these homes are available for weekly rental, allowing the couple or entire wedding party the opportunity to spend several days enjoying the beauty of Florida’s beaches.
Florida Weather Patterns
Regardless of where a couple chooses to host their wedding, there are two important factors to keep in mind. Weather patterns and sunset times are both key elements for couples planning a Florida beach wedding. Florida is known for its warm, sunny weather. However, rainy afternoons are not uncommon in the summer months and it is important a couple plan their ceremony accordingly. Many resorts and country clubs will have an alternate location available for a ceremony should rain become an issue.
Florida Sunset Times
Sunset times change throughout the year, so it is helpful if couples wanting to enjoy their first sunset as newlyweds are aware of the sunset time on their wedding day. Jennifer Angeloro is always mindful of the sunset times and is willing to assist couples in the timing of their day. Some of the most beautiful photographs are captured in the few moments before and after the sun sets.
Whether couples choose to have their Florida beach wedding at a resort, country club, or private home, they are sure to have a beautiful day they will never forget.