Common Questions About Planning a Beach Wedding in 2020

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Did you know that you can still have a beach wedding ceremony in Florida even during Covid-19? Stop postponing your wedding or elopement, and start planning an intimate and affordable Florida beach ceremony instead. Make 2020 a year worth celebrating with your dream beach wedding ceremony!

We understand that 2020 has brought many unexpected challenges to planning a wedding. Our experienced wedding planners are here to help answer your questions about planning a beach wedding or elopement in 2020.

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Common Questions About Beach Weddings During The Pandemic


Can I still get married or elope on a Florida Gulf Coast beach?

Yes! Florida Gulf Coast beaches are open to the public. You can still book your beach wedding or elopement ceremony at many Sarasota county beaches including Siesta Key, Venice, Lido Key, Nokomis, Longboat Key, Turtle Beach, Casey Key, Manasota and Boca Grande.

How many guests can I have at my beach wedding ceremony?

Currently, you are allowed up to 50 guests at your beach wedding ceremony in Florida.

Will we or our guests be required to wear a mask at our wedding ceremony?

No, you and your guests will not have to wear masks during your beach wedding ceremony. Masks are not required to be worn at Florida Gulf Coast beaches.

Can we distance our guest seating?

Yes, guest seating at your beach wedding ceremony can be distanced from each other if requested.

Can we still have our first dance on the beach?

Yes, our wedding ceremony packages all include the option to experience your first dance as a married couple on the beach. What can be more memorable than a first dance on the soft sand with a beautiful sunset backdrop? Watch this video of a bridal party joining the couple for their first dance during their beach wedding ceremony this summer.

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Can I reschedule my wedding ceremony after I have signed an agreement?

Our experienced wedding planners want to make your dream beach wedding into a reality, even in these complicated times. If you have already signed an agreement, you can reschedule your ceremony date for up to one year from the original date.

The Florida Gulf Coast is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Our team can show you the many amazing benefits of having a beach wedding ceremony in Sarasota, Florida.

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