There’s no better experience than saying “I do” on the radiant shoreline of southwest Florida! Florida Sun Weddings gives couples the beach wedding ceremony that will be held in your memories forever. In addition to your preferred beach wedding package, Florida Sun Weddings offers couples unique ways to symbolize their love for one another. The Sand Ceremony and Blessing Shell Ceremony are both unique wedding rituals in their own ways and are creative moments to share and cherish for the rest of your lives.
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Sand Ceremony for Beach Weddings
The Sand Ceremony is a touching addition to your beach wedding ceremony and can be customized to make it as wonderful and unique as the couple experiencing it. You may choose to include children or family members in the blending of the sands with multiple colors. The two separate vases of sand symbolize your separate lives before you found each other. As your sand is blended together, your lives also join together as one, never to be separated again. The sand design created is as unique and special as your future together.
Blessing Shell Ceremony for Beach Weddings
The Blessing Shell Ceremony is a meaningful and exciting beach wedding ceremony performed by the ocean. After your wedding ceremony has completed, your guests are offered shells and they are encouraged to bless or wish upon on it. The bride and groom, and entire wedding party then toss the blessed shells into the ocean. Not only is it a special photographic moment but it is a wonderful way for everyone in attendance to be involved in this special day!
Choosing a Beach Wedding Ceremony Ritual
You can’t go wrong with either of these special beach wedding ceremony rituals. The Sand Ceremony is our personal favorite because you have a unique memento to take home with you, that will always remind you of your beach wedding in Florida.
Regardless of what beach wedding ceremony ritual you choose, your wedding day is sure to be a breeze with Florida Sun Weddings. The beautiful Gulf of Mexico awaits your arrival.