From seashell bouquets to starfish décor to exiting your reception on a boat, there are so many fantastic ideas that'll only work at this idyllic setting. Here, get 50 ideas just for you.
Cute idea for a beach wedding: Include a starfish in your bouquet!
Photo Credit: Minerva Photography
Skip flowers and opt for a seashell bouquet!
Photo Credit: Amanda Jayne Photography
Attach mini starfish to your bouquets.
Photo Credit: Shoreshotz Weddings
This bouquet is reminiscent of coral and seaweed.
Photo Credit: Heather Fitch Photography
Fill your bouquet with contrasting colors, like orange and blue.
Photo Credit: Life's Highlights
Include a mini starfish in your boutonnière.
Take a casual approach with a short & simple dress, paired with shorts for the groom.
Dreaming of a barefoot ceremony? You can still dress up your feet!
Photo courtesy of Jessica Phillips Creations
Bright leis make fun photo props.
Photo Credit: Meg Courtney Photography
Give each of your ‘maids a parasol in one of your wedding colors.
Photo Credit: Meg Baisden Photography
Bold orange dresses pop against the sand. Give the groomsmen bright ties to match.
A Hawaiian-chic bridal party.
A sand ceremony on the beach = perfection! We love how this couple poured sand in their wedding colors into a special shadow box that'll become a meaningful piece of art in their home.
Photo Credit: Mari Darr~Welch Weddings
Don’t let your guests end up with sand in their shoes all night; have a shoe check and provide flip flops.
Keep kids busy by providing buckets filled with toys.
A genius way to help your guests clean off their feet with ease before slipping back into their dancing shoes.
Arrive in style to your ceremony!
Photo Credit: Brawns Photography
Tie your wedding rings into seashells.
Photo Credit: Leona Darnell Photography
Pull your flower girl and ring bearer down the aisle in a beach wagon.
Kids and adults alike will love tossing mini beach balls during your recessional.
This whimsical ceremony setup is just too fun!
Photo Credit: Colin Miller/Created by Colin Cowie
We love this cute nautical-inspired way to designate the bride’s side and the groom’s side.
All-white ceremony décor is an elegant touch.
Photo Credit: KT Merry Photography
Line your aisle with starfish stuck in the sand.
Photo Credit: Leigh Skaggs Photography
Attach starfish and raffia to your chairs for naturally beautiful décor.
Lead the way to the aisle with flower petal hearts.
Attach your escort cards to starfish displayed in the sand.
Write each guest’s name and table number on a sand dollar.
A lighthouse surrounded by flowers fits beautifully in a seaside reception.
Photo Credit: Jenny Ebert
We love this sweet DIY nautical-inspired centerpiece.
Muted tones and anchored place cards are a natural fit for seaside celebrations.
Photo Credit: Nikki Cole Photography
Tropical bliss in a centerpiece.
A message-in-a-bottle-inspired table number.
Photo Credit: In His Image Film & Photo
A sweet nautical table setting.
Photo Credit: Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer
How cute is this cake topper?
An elegant beach-themed cake.
Photo Credit: Cindy Patrick Photography
A simple cake covered in edible shells.
The cake topper completes this beachy wedding cake.
Give each guest a classic towel.
Take a walk along the beach with your nearest and dearest.
Photo Credit: Emindee Images
Jump for joy with your bridal party.
Silhouettes against the sunset.
Capture a photo in front of the breaking waves!
Draw a heart in the sand.
Photo Credit: Clear Skies Photography
Place your rings on a colorful starfish.
Take a trip over to the boardwalk for a spin on the Ferris wheel!
Or, go for a ride on the merry-go-round.
Don’t be afraid to get a little wet!
Photo Credit: Nate & Jenna Photography
And when all is said and done, take the plunge together.
Photo Credit: Daniel Kim Photography
Cruise away into the night together on a motor boat.
Photo Credit: K&K Photography
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