Organizing a Panama City beach wedding is very different from a traditional church wedding. At Panama City Beach, you'll have the stunning backdrop of pristine white sand beaches and the sparkling ocean for your event. This city has an average of 320 sunny days every year, and a year-round temperature around 74 degrees. For beautiful weather and a stunning setting, this is a very popular wedding location. While you can certainly keep many of the same wedding traditions, you also have the complete freedom to tweak them to suit your needs. Let your creativity flow as you build the beach wedding of your dreams.
At a traditional wedding, guests are seated with the groom's family to the right and the bride's to the left, if you're facing the altar. This seating arrangement has been done away with in many weddings today, even when they're held in a church. However, you should plan to seat your guests in any manner that feels most comfortable. At a Panama City beach wedding, you can also elect to have your guests stand. Many Panama City weddings are very small with only a few close friends and family. If you're planning a short, casual ceremony, you can simply ask your guests to gather around while you exchange your vows.
If you prefer the traditional experience of walking down the isle, you can create your very own isle at a Panama City Beach wedding package. You can keep things low key by walking between your rows of guests, or you can create an elaborate isle of your own. To create the isle, you can pat down the sand, lay a runner, or scatter flower petals along the path. You can also line the path with garlands of flowers or seashells. At the end of the isle, you can erect an arbor or pergola. This can be strung with decorative swaths of fabric or more tropical flowers to create the perfect setting.
Open flames are prohibited at many beaches, including for A Panama City Wedding on the beach. This means that you'll have to do away with the traditional unity candle ceremony, or any symbolic practices that involve candles at a Panama City beach wedding. Fortunately, the beach setting for your wedding will provide everything you need for a beautiful alternative. Instead of using two candles to light one, pour sand from the beach from two separate containers into one. This ceremony also leaves you with a wonderful keepsake from your wedding day and the ceremony. You can keep your decorative jar of sand as a reminder of your vows.
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