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25 Details We Love For Beach Weddings

Beaches are the coolest places to get married and enjoy the view as well. Sandy toes, a warm breeze, the sound of sea waves… isn’t that all we need to have a great time? Well, pretty much, but there’re some things and a few details to remember when you’re going seaside. I mean some flip-flops for your guests to get comfortable and some umbrellas to avoid the scorching sun, cold drinks and fresh fruits… All of these ideas and some more you can find in the gallery below. So, if you’re lucky lovebirds in the middle of a beach wedding planning process, scroll down and catch some useful ideas for your party to go perfect.


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  1. Michael Rembis Says:

    And if you want a brilliant beach wedding in Tampa Bay, look me up!

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