Choosing your venue

Consider the time of year you are planning to get married. While weather may not be as much of a factor with a wedding in the U.S., flights and hotels are still more expensive around holidays and spring break.

Convenience should trump affordability when it comes to the couple booking a block of rooms at a hotel. It’s common for destination weddings and receptions to take place at a resort, where guests are able to stay and enjoy a semi-vacation. The same scenario can benefit guests celebrating at home.

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          Thousands of brides each year choose Florida’s Emerald Coast as their destination wedding location.  In fact, well over 6,000 weddings will take place in 2015.

Choose Florida's Emerald Coast

  Rosemary Beach in South Walton

County boasts its sugar white sand

beaches and European ambience,

while Seaside is the community along

the famous 30A corridor and is acclaimed

 world-wide as one of the iconic examples of

New Urbanism.


    Brides can escape the more populated beaches for Navarre Beach, often referred to as “Florida’s best kept secret”.  This little known gem is the last of the Emerald Coast beaches with undeveloped water front, and it neighbors a Gulf Islands National Seashore.  It is stunning and provides wedding goers with plenty of natural space and beautiful scenery.

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         This coastal spread

has picturesque beach

towns to choose from like

Rosemary Beach, Destin,

Seaside, Navarre Beach

and Pensacola Beach.


          Each of these offers a bride a unique experience.