10 Ideas to Make Your Beach Wedding Fun and Personalized

Do we all agree that the Philippines has some of the best beaches in the world?! It’s no wonder why a lot of couples choose a beach destination in one of our beautiful locales as their wedding venue, because we genuinely have islands that are nothing short of paradise. While these sandy tropical shores are already striking as they are, you can still make a couple of personal touches to turn your wedding into a celebration that’s truly your own. So, we rounded up a few details from real weddings that certainly complement the vibrant beach vibe while reflecting the uniqueness of each couple!

10 Ideas to Make Your Beach Wedding Fun and Personalized

Fresh Produce as Giveaways
From the wedding of a couple who made being conscious of the environment as their non-negotiable! They gave away fresh produce for guests to bring home, which meant there was definitely going to be less waste since these are food items that people can consume. It’s smart, personal, and totally suitable for a tropical wedding!

Photographer: Melvin Vito Photography / Real Weddings: This Couple’s Non-Negotiable Was an Eco-Friendly Wedding

A Timeline of Your Wedding Festivities
Now, let’s take a page from the wedding of Angelica Panganiban and Gregg Homan. One of the personalized details we appreciated from their Siargao celebration are these fabric signs showing the couple’s wedding logo, slogan, and a timeline of the wedding festivities. It’s minimalist in aesthetic but still complements the fresh and breezy environment so well. This is a great way to apply your wedding logo, if you have one, as part of your decorations, too!

Photographers: Pat Dy, Nelwin Uy, Team Pat Dy / Real Weddings: Look at the Official Photos of Angelica Panganiban and Gregg Homan’s Wedding in Siargao!

Hats for the Guests
Another thoughtful touch from Angelica and Gregg’s wedding are these hat provisions for the guests. We don’t want the heat spoiling the fun so it’s wise to be considerate of your guests’ comfort. Little things like providing hats or parasols make a big difference! And it will surely warm the hearts of your nearest and dearest even more.

Photographers: Pat Dy, Nelwin Uy, Team Pat Dy / Real Weddings: Look at the Official Photos of Angelica Panganiban and Gregg Homan’s Wedding in Siargao!

Location Signages
Make your wedding even more personalized and easy to navigate with signages. Wood signages like these maintain that rustic, tropical vibe. You can customize the signs even more by thinking of fun names. For example: Cocktails can be “Our favorite drinks!” or Dancing can be “Let’s Party Here All-Night!”;

Photographer: Leftfielder Photography / Real Weddings: A Boho Beach Wedding Made Dreamier with Touches of Pink

Photo Ops While Strolling Along the Beach
When you’re at the beach, you must take advantage of having a stroll while doing your photo ops! What could be better than having the sun, sand, and sea as your backdrop. Take notes from this couple who even included their fur babies!

Photographer: Vhince Chiu Photo / Real Weddings: This Couple Lovingly Wrote Personal Letters for Each of Their 180 Guests!

Buko Bar
Apart from a cocktail bar, why not have a buko bar? What could be more suitable for a tropical destination, right?! Plus, coconut drinks will be so refreshing to sip on while under the sun!

Photographer: Rainbowfish Photo / Real Weddings: This Beach Wedding in Bohol Looks Stunning with Colorful Tropical Details

Long Wedding Ceremony Aisle
We can’t forget about this wedding with a 60-feet long aisle on the beach. This aisle is also inspired by the couple’s theme song: Moon River. Such a beautiful and striking detail for ceremony decor!

Photographer: Vhince Chiu Photo / Real Weddings: This 60-Feet Winding Ceremony Aisle Was Inspired by the Couple’s Favorite Love Song!

Pamaypay for the Guests
Beat the heat by providing pamaypay for your guests on their seats. This will surely be much appreciated so they can stay cool throughout the ceremony!

Photographer: Ivy Palomares Photography / Real Weddings: This Beach Wedding Has Remarkable Details You Can Take Note Of

The beach can also call for a picnic-style reception. If you want an option other than round tables or long tables, consider having your guests sit on mats. Have a cozy setup complete with cushions so everyone will be comfortable. This is serving relaxed, laidback vibes with style!

Photographer: Bahandi / Real Weddings: Bare Feet, Flour Sack Dresses, and the Sunrise Make This Wedding an Unforgettable Experience!

Sunset Photos
And of course, sunset photos! Who wouldn’t love to catch those majestic sunset colors just like in Laureen Uy and Miggy Cruz’ Wedding. What a masterpiece!

Photographers: Pat Dy, Team Pat Dy, Chissai Bautista, Nelwin Uy / Real Weddings: An Epic Party with Meaningful Details: Here Are Laureen Uy and Miggy Cruz’ Official Wedding Photos!

So, which of these details would you want to incorporate for your beach wedding? Tell us in the comments!

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