If you’re going to have beach nuptials, you have to inform your guests. They will certainly get the message across with this Smitten Starfish – Invitation. These two adorable starfish holding hands along the beach on this shimmering invite is perfect for the occasion.
Try a beachy gown
When you’re walking down the sandy aisle, you’re going to want a dress that fits the occasions. While ballgowns are beautiful, you’ll probably want to opt for a dress that is going to fit the style – like a lightweight, simple ensemble. Try to stay away from heavy beading, which can weigh the dress down. Instead, search for light and airy fabrics that will allow you to stay cool on the big day. You may also want to stay away from long trains, which will bring half of the beach with you as you walk toward your groom.
For an especially beachy and natural look, brides today are loving the wind-blown, wavy style with flowers intertwined in their locks. This is beautiful and stunning style that can withstand a day in the sun.
Point your friends and family in the right direction using some driftwood. It’s an inexpensive way to decorate the space and as you can see from our style board, dressing it up with a few flowers adds the perfect touch. Print whatever phrases you would like on there, whether it’s your name, the date, or directions pointing to the ceremony.
If you’re having your reception on the beach as well, think about sticking with simple decor. On our style board, we wanted to show off how elegant and perfect just a single bud can be when in the right vase. Choose flowers that match the rest of the reception decor and you’re set.
Pedal off into the sunset
Forget a car for this occasion, find a couple bikes, dress them up with flowers and a just married sign, and pedal off into the sunset (another reason to stay away from dresses with a super long train).
Which beachy element of our style board in your favorite? Feel free to choose all of them. Share your thoughts with us!