Forgo Tropical Florals
There will be warm sun in the sky, waves crashing against the shore and sand at your feet, providing a natural atmosphere that can not be missed, which means your florals don’t have to be vibrant or tropical. In fact, bouquets based in white with subtle pops of pink and peach play well against the beach front color palette and are in keeping with your sleek and stylish vision.
Don’t Dive Head First Into An Over The Top Theme
The beach life is a very unique one, with definite themes and iconic pieces of nature, but remember- everyone already knows you are getting married on the water! Just like with the flowers, keep your decor simple and don’t dive headfirst into using starfish and seashells for centerpieces and place cards. If you want to incorporate your locale into your day, try less obvious nods like small palm leaves for name cards or work knotted rope into the decor. Otherwise, you can never go wrong by leaving the theme behind, keeping the decor sleek and simple and letting the unique and unforgettable natural atmosphere speak for itself.
The most important thing to remember when planning a beachfront wedding is to keep it simple in order to amp up the style! Let the beach speak for itself and don’t be afraid to dress to impress.
Style Me Pretty Contributor – Katie Patton is merchant and freelance writer from Ohio, currently residing in Celebration, Florida with her fiancé. When she isn’t working you can find her sipping and snacking on a patio, traveling to see her friends and family, endlessly scrolling Instagram or Pinterest and, of course, planning her own upcoming wedding!