What makes beach weddings in Florida so special?
Find out why thousands of couples are getting married in Florida each year …
Looking for information and advice on beach weddings in Florida?
Look no further. This section of our website focuses on the best locations in Florida for beach weddings and provides helpful advice for anyone thinking of getting married in Florida.
Florida has long been a favorite vacation spot but it is also one of the most sought after destinations for beach weddings and honeymoons.
So it shouldn’t be hard for you to find that perfect Florida beach wedding package.
With countless activities to choose from, you can rest assured that you’ll never get bored in Florida.
The one thing you might have a problem with, is the not wanting to leave once your honeymoon is over.
No wonder Florida beach weddings are so popular!
What are some of the top favorite sites for beach weddings in Florida?
Beach Weddings in Miami
are among the most popular in Florida. Dubbed as the most exciting city in Florida, Miami has a fabulous choice of beaches ... 12 miles of clean sands and water and swaying palms to be exact.
Panama City Beach Weddings
Panama City Beach Weddingsand Clearwater Beach Weddings are other favorite alternatives.
If you want a somewhat laidback atmosphere, check out our Pensacola Beach Weddings page. Did you know that Pensacola Beach was the first beach wedding site in the U.S.A.? It’s believed that the first beach wedding here was held in the 1800s! Pensacola is in fact one of the oldest cities in the U.S.A.
Maybe you’ve always dreamed of having a Destin Beach wedding. Beach weddings in Destin Florida are indeed very popular and will not disappoint. The place is choc-a-block with exquisite restaurants and nightlife. Fall is one of the best seasons for having a beach wedding here since it will not be as crowded as in Summer.
Looking for quiet beaches? Then Navarre Beach may prove to be your best choice. The beach is located on Santa Rosa Island.
Other fantastic wedding sites in Florida include Fort Walton, Cocoa Beach, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach and Jacksonville.
Perdido Key is another perfect locality for having a beach wedding. Perdido Key is one of the barrier islands
Daytona Beach, Naples, South Beach and Sarasota are other attractive options for a beach wedding in Florida.
Getting married in Florida
If you’d like more information on legal requirements such as applying for a marriage license for a Florida wedding, visit this very informative website here.
We hope that you've found our Beach Weddings in Florida section helpful. Now all you have to do is decide on the location and start your beach wedding planning!
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