Sand and footwear barely agrees together so sometimes the best solution for beach weddings is to embrace the ‘getting sand between your toes’ feel – you can always wear shoes again once the venue goes indoors anyway. Upon doing this, not only will you not need to bother with formal flats but going barefoot sometimes makes everything look more laid back and comfortable. Just like our wedding feature today, our bride, groom and their entourage opted to go sans footwear during the ceremony and it made this part of the event look more personal. Congratulations Emily and Trent!
Jennifer & Jason – A Bright Sunny Day
Supposedly, beaches represent sunny and bright days but apparently, the ones in Carmel are known for the opposite – and yes, we’ve searched and it is actually known for rogue waves and gloomy skies. So when Jennifer & Jason’s wedding, which was held in the same exact place, was filled with warmth and sunlight, we just knew that it is indeed their very special day. Aside from this amazing turnout, they were also blessed with wonderful guests who acknowledged their request of wearing neutral colored clothing as to match the beach so they can have beautiful photos. This couple indeed deserved this wonderful day of celebration!
Jessica & Brian – A Nautical Nuptial
Sail away with college sweethearts turned husband & wife, Jessica & Brian, as they share with us their wedding decked (pun intended) with nautical details.