Beach Wedding Blog

Monthly Archive: February 2015

Victoria beach wedding ceremony. With their toes in the sand exchanged their vows

Elizabeth and Matt decided that they wanted to get married on the beach. As a child Matt roamed all through these beaches and really love this particular spot. The tower along the coastline was built in the 1920s as a way for the residence on the bluff to get down to the beach. It stands majestically above the beach and is a neat backdrop for a ceremony.

Unfortunately it's a very challenging beach to get down to. The neighborhood has very little if any open parking spaces so you have to park on Coast Highway. Then you have to walk downhill and find the long stairway to the beach. 

Once on the beach you have to traverse several rocky areas to get over to the tower.

As you'll see in the pictures below for some it can be well worth the trek. 





A Picturesque Wedding in the Rain, by Gary

Picture the most beautiful site on the coast: Little Corona Cove.  Picture a loving couple re-newing, with two children and guests watching, their wedding vows. Picture rain — yes rare rain — right at the time of the ceremony, pouring down. Picture the joy of love unabated, as this officiant led them in vows and symbols of commitment.  The storm on the beach was a perfect metaphor for the challenges of life and the ultimate victory of true love.  The couple and the guests all came from deep-frozen Minnesota, and their spirits soared as our "warm rain" was taken as the very blessing of God poured down upon their family.  As I drove away, soaked to the bone but inspired by this family, I savored with happiness my opportunity to serve them in the celebration of life.

Thanks again, for facilitating these romantic and authentic times,

Garylcdmb

A Wonderful Beach Ceremony at Roessler Point in Palos Verdes, by Alan Katz

Michelle Lacson of Michelle Lacson Photography just sent us over these great pictures. Alan performed a wedding at the exquisite Roessler Point gazebo in Palos Verdes on January 9th. The wonderful couple incorporated a sand ceremony, and even got their toes in the sand! It was a beautiful ceremony on a beautiful day.

Photos by Michelle Lacson

www.michellelacsonphotography.com

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