For those of you planning your Pensacola Beach wedding and thinking about your wedding day, read on. Like most tourist destinations a beach area can be a good place to have your ceremony, however there are certain dates you will want to avoid. The main reason we say to avoid these dates is overcrowding. Case in point, Memorial Day weekend on Pensacola Beach. I would not recommend having a wedding on this weekend because it’s the unofficial first day of summer. The amount of people is overwhelming and we have had times when we could not get to the beach. Another day I would not recommend is July 4th. Not only do you have to tourists coming to the beach, you have locals coming as well. It is nearly impossible to get out there. Also avoid Blue Angels weekend. We have an air show on the beach which books up hotels, houses and condominiums at least one year in advance. It’s a great show for air show buffs but stressful for weddings. It is very difficult to find a place to stay when accommodations are limited. So these are three dates you may want to avoid coming to Pensacola Beach to have your wedding ceremony. Other areas that are close to Pensacola Beach are not so overcrowded. I would recommend Perdido Key. This area smaller and more intimate. Perdido Key is located on the western edge of Pensacola, which is located on the mainland. Remember that Pensacola and Pensacola Beach are two different areas separated by 2 bridges and a small area called Gulf Breeze, about 5 miles. I know most of you want the best for your beach wedding in Pensacola and together we can make it happen.
Getting married in Gulf Shores and still haven’t picked out that ring? Well take a look at Mariah Carey’s 35 carat emerald cut diamond engagement ring. You could put a city on it, it’s so big. The designer of the ring was Wilfredo Rosado and he spent 12 hours a day for 2 weeks to complete the ring. He had an army of people helping him. I wish she’d come here and let me do a beach wedding for her. In my dreams. Most of you have dreams of your own when it comes to your engagement ring. Describe what you like to the jeweler and see what they choose. Make sure to try on the ring to see how it looks on your finger. Everyone’s hands are different so take your time on choosing. It’s going to be a shining star to remind you of that wonderful day you were proposed to. I’m a big fan of emerald cut myself. What’s your favorite cut? Sometimes you may be handed down a ring that someone’s grandmother or mother once owned. Think about the generations this ring may have been passed down to and will be passed down to through your children. One of my friends took the stones from her grandmother’s engagement ring and had them reset into a different setting that reflected her style. Tell me your story about your ring. Write down the story so when your children get older you can share the story and the day you were asked to become a bride on the beach.
Adding a wedding on Pensacola Beach? Check out our wedding resources page. This resourceful page will assist you in finding florist, restaurants, places to stay, so much information on this one page. I also want to thank all the people following us on social media. The main purpose for our social media pages are to help inspire you in your quest for the best beach wedding you can possibly have. I want to give you examples of what other couples have done. It takes the guesswork out. The 2016 wedding season is taking off like fireworks. I’m excited for all of you who got engaged last year. Some of you got a ring for Christmas. That was a great present. Some of you have been sweethearts for years and have decided to take that leap of faith. Some of you got lucky and found love again. Congratulations to everyone. Remember you can call us at any time. If we don’t answer please leave a message we will get back with you within 24 hours if not sooner. Most of the time we get back with you the day you call. I know you’re all going to love it down here it’s a beautiful place to come and celebrate your special day in the sun. Make sure to read the website completely as it is filled with a lot of information you need to know. Everything from marriage license requirements for Florida and Alabama to condominiums that are wedding friendly. My goal is to give you a stress free environment for you to express your love to the person you have chosen to become part of your life. I look forward to hearing from all of you.
For couples dreaming of a wedding on Pensacola Beach make sure to check out our packages page. You’ll find links they’re to Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest. We post pictures of weddings so that you can see how other couples have celebrated their special day on the sand. On Pinterest we will show you different wedding gowns that you will enjoy browsing, men’s fashions for ceremonies on the beach and wedding jewelry with ocean themes. We’ve also included beachy bouquets and barefoot sandals, it’s like wearing decorations for your feet. In order to provide different interests for brides and grooms we started these social media pages. So far the response has been a positive one. We’re looking forward to having you check the south and give us your input. Are there pind would like to suggest us? Feel free to twitter back. If you Instagram any of your wedding pictures, let us know we’d love to share them on our pages well. I try to go with them the social media networks and found to be more in tune with what brides and grooms were looking for. We did not do Facebook as this seems to be a more personal site and not so much for interaction as much as the other three I have listed. I hope your beach wedding is everything that it can be and that these networks will help you make great choices. If you felt that there is any other social network that you would like for us to include please drop as a line and if we feel this would enhance your interaction with the site, we’ll add it.
If you’re getting married on Pensacola Beach I wanted to let you that the winter weather is almost over. It stays cold for about two weeks in January and then the weather slowly warms up. And I know many of you have romance on your mind. I’m sure you’re going to enjoy yourselves when you make it to Florida or Alabama and the weather will welcome you with open arms. There’s nothing like playing in the sun in front of the Gulf of Mexico. Make sure to bring your sunscreen so you don’t get to much sun, we want you tan on your wedding day. Make sure to put sunscreen on your sweetheart too. Brides and grooms are already calling getting their wedding date secured and narrowing down guest lists. Remember that 2/3 people you invite to your wedding will show up. That is about normal. Remember it’s a destination wedding and some of the people you invited may not be able to make it. Believe me they’ll be with you in spirit! I’m looking forward to the weather getting better. I want to get out and set up our new designs which I’m sure all of you will find your perfect setup. I hope you’ve all been busy little bees and getting all your ducks in a row.Make sure to keep your bridal notebook at your fingertips to help you keep on eye on everything. I can’t wait to meet you and give you the wedding you’ve always hoped for.
If you’re thinking about a wedding on Pensacola Beach you’ve come to the right place. We offer packages for brides and grooms. Our prices are very affordable. We can recommend accommodations for you and your guests as well as salons, florist, and restaurants. So what are the advantages of a destination wedding? My answer to that would be white sand the color and texture of sugar and clear water. Water so clear you can wade out to your waist, look down and still see your toes. The water here is very warm compared to the Atlantic Ocean This spring and summer here are spectacular for ceremonies on the sand with the Gulf of Mexico breezes blowing gently, the waves lap on the shore beckoning feet. Fall brings Indian summer to the gulf coast of Florida and Alabama. You won’t find anything like this area anywhere in the United States. The most ideal areas for the two of you to tie the knot is right here. Ride down the beach and get so close to the water you can throw a seashell in to it. The water is a memory you will take home with you. We can accommodate everything from elopements to larger weddings. We also do vow renewals for those of you we want to marry that wonderful person again. With so much to do and beautiful surroundings you can’t go wrong in this one area. I promise you will come back again to relive your day to shine in the sun.
Speaking of beach weddings, a mega-hit music star recently tweeted a question to her fans. The question was church wedding or beach wedding? And of course I saw it on line. I signed into twitter and tweeted her. My suggestions were either Trinidad or Hawaii. This particular music star is from Trinidad and with the beautiful beaches there I thought it would be a perfect backdrop for her wedding. I’m sure she could get away from all of her fans and the paparazzi. Or Hawaii another good choice for a famous person. It would be very hard for a famous person to go anywhere and pull off a secret wedding. But with the two islands that I mentioned I thought this would be a great way for her to have a wedding. Even though she is flamboyant she’s still a bride and would probably want a quiet wedding. Of course I could be wrong here altogether you never know. I’m looking forward to seeing if she responds to my tweet. I know the chances are slim but it would be fun to see if she did. I’ve never performed the wedding ceremony for anyone famous by volleys wondered what it would be like. How many people would be there, what kind of decorations would the happy couple have? Does your questions I ask myself. If money was no object what would you want for your beach wedding? E-mail me today and let me know, it’s always fun to think about the what ifs in life.
When you’re planning to get married on Pensacola Beach some of you may have some form of disability. We had at least three brides last year who had disabilities and we made their ceremonies memorable ones. In the news recently a bride had her service dog at her wedding. I’m sure you’ve all seen this on the news. I’m glad her picture went viral to call attention to how brides cope with the stress and excitement of planning a wedding. The bride’s dog is named Bella, a yellow lab, and she wore a pink tutu. Along with the bride’s dad Bella walled down the aisle too. The bride’s gown was a floor length dress with a sweetheart neckline. The bride’s name is Valerie and she suffers from anxiety, panic disorders and migraines. Her service dog Bella helps her by alerting her minutes before something goes wrong. Bella was able to keep Valerie calm throughout the ceremony. Valerie says that she wouldn’t be able to live her life to the fullest without her dog. I know a lot if you out there are going to have some stress and excitement during your weddings. It’s nice to have someone to turn to when you need some support. Even though a beach wedding can be a lot less stressful than a church wedding there will always be butterflies. That’s perfectly normal. So let’s all learn from this enchanting tale of a bride and her dog. For all you dog lovers out there we have dog friendly beaches.
If you’re getting married in Pensacola beach it is my honor to give you a design that makes you shine brighter than anything at your wedding. Yesterday I had a sweet bride call me and asked me why I didn’t have large arbors. Well at one time I did have large arbors and when I looked at the pictures after the weddings the one thing I noticed was the first thing your eye went to was the arbor and not the bride. I had a problem with that. I think your eye should go to the bride and groom not some design. When you are putting up decorations they should flatter people and not overshadow people. It doesn’t matter what kind of event you have, the outcome should be the same. What you’re getting married on the beach or giving a speech you must be the center of attention. That’s when I started designing smaller decorations for weddings. In my opinion they look better. What is the old saying I always hear, less is more. And it’s true. In photography if you have too many props you clutter the photograph. Your eye is going all over the place and you can’t focus on one thing. And the next couple weeks when I get a chance to go back out on the beach I’m going to be setting up some brand new designs that I think you’re all going to like. I’m going be focusing on the color of 2016 weddings which will be a light blue. It’s going to be mixed with other colors and I would like for all of you to comment. It means a lot to me to get your feedback.
We’ve been working on new wedding packages for people getting married on Pensacola Beach and they’re going to be exciting. We came up with some new ideas after doing a lot of research and finding out what brides are looking for. Everyone seemed to have different items that they wanted in their package. So we took a poll and narrowed it down. The next nice day we have will be going out to the beach and setting up. Next comes the photography, back to the office and the uploads begin. We’ve come up with two designs that we really like a lot. We have a blue which seems to be hot particularly a pale blue. We’ve also got some designs with yellow and more burlap done in a very unique way. No one will have anything quite like this so keep checking back, go to the wedding packages page and you’ll be able to see what we’ve been doing. We’ve been getting a lot of calls from perspective brides and grooms who are excited about the 2016 wedding season. A beach wedding is a wonderful event that both young and old can appreciate. We’re looking forward to helping you make the best of your special day when joy in your heart to a loving light in your eyes. Let us know what you think by emailing us. Your opinion is important we value it. Thank you and keep checking back