What’s not to love about a Pensacola Beach wedding? You have the sun, the sand, and the ocean. Beautiful. But this morning on a news show I saw a bride and groom posing for pictures on the edge of a cliff. One picture showed the bride in a full length wedding gown dangling over a precipice while the groom hung on to her with both hands. I’m sure she was tethered in some way but there’s no way I would do that. And I don’t think I could marry anyone that was doing that. Not feel good about it. That’s just too scary. The beaches nonthreatening that’s what I like about it. There’s nothing there that can put you in harm’s way except maybe a jellyfish sting which is easy to get rid of with meat tenderizer. But he won’t be going swimming when you’re getting married. At least not until after the ceremony. Remember the last blog about trashing the dress? With great about a beach wedding in Florida this mess of the time the weather’s pleasant. The sand is white and quite dazzling with the sun hitting it. So no more talk of this hanging off cliffs in wedding gowns. When I saw that I doubt fell out of my chair and almost spilled my coffee. That’s a scary thing early in the morning. Don’t get me wrong the pictures looked beautiful but the extent that they had to go through to get those shots was a little extreme unless you’re a rock climber. Maybe that was the case. But still I would invite them to think about having a ceremony on the sand. Just for peace of mind and safety.