If the idea of having the sound of the ocean in your ears, sand seeping between your toes, the sun warming your back, and a sea breeze gently blowing your hair sounds extra dreamy to you, we think a beach wedding just might be in your future! And with drop-dead gorgeous details like these, why wouldn’t it be?
1. Sea Glass Place Card
We love sea glass and its muted frosty hues of blue, green and white. Add some pretty calligraphy and you have a super simple, yet gorgeous set of place cards for your guests.
2. Driftwood Arbors
With its beautifully gnarled appearance, we think driftwood – adorned with flowers or on its own – makes these arbors a rustic and romantic choice for any beach wedding.
3. Storm Lanterns
Whether you fill them with candles, flowers, or seashells, we love the look of different sized storm lanterns as altar decor.
4. Colorful Tassel Garlands
Why not add a festive flair to your beach wedding? These bright multicolored tassels are guaranteed to add a ton of cheer to your celebration.
5. Shipwreck Decor
There’s something romantic about the idea of a shipwreck on a deserted island. Play up your beach theme with broken down row boat filled with lush floral details.
6. Surfboard Seating Chart
If surfboards are more your speed than row boats, this creative seating chart is for you! We think it’s quite beautiful in its simplicity, don’t you agree?
7. Giant Clam Shells
Shells are a no-brainer when it comes to beach wedding decor, but giant clam shells are truly in a league of their own. With their beautifully scalloped edges and deep bowl shape, they make perfect vessels for large extravagant floral centerpieces.
8. Pillow Seating
Trying to balance and level chairs in the sand can be challenging, so why not get rid of them entirely? We think pillow seating is a much prettier and practical way to go.
9. Suspended Candles
If eating under the twinkling stars isn’t romantic enough for you, suspending candles above your table will make your reception space even dreamier.
10. Luxurious Draped Fabric Canopies
There’s just something about draped fabric blowing in the wind that suits itself so perfectly to a beach setting and adds the perfect luxurious touch to the outdoor space.