Getting married on Pensacola Beach can be an exciting affair and it reminds me of one of the weddings that was very meaningful to me. It happened a couple of years ago. A groom contacted me and wanted the last minute elopement. He want to know if I had availability. I told him yes and how can I help him. He also asked me for a violinist. I said I believe I know someone. So in two days I put together a romantic beach wedding for two people with a violinist and a photographer. We met a couple at a condominium that very plush. The groom had rented a private jet to whisk these two lovers to a destination with warm sand beaches and sparkling water. The bride and groom got their marriage license the same day they flew in. I was able to get everybody on the beach and we waited for the bride and groom to wall down to us. The bride had no idea there was going to be a violinist serenading her and she walked across the sand. I watched the bride and groom walk across the parking area and down to the beach and signaled the violinist to start playing. As they came into an opening between buildings they walked out onto the open beach, down to the Gulf of Mexico and were serenaded by some of the most beautiful music. We went into the ceremony with a song in our hearts. When it came time for the ring that groom pulled out a beautiful diamond wedding band that brought tears to the bride eyes. She was speechless. After the ceremony the violin is played as we posed are happy couple in romantic poses. As they walked away with the music playing in really touched my heart to see a bride and groom and I know would last a lifetime.