4 unique places to have a beach wedding

Your wedding is the most important day of your life, and it is only fitting to hold the event at one of the most idyllic locations imaginable – the beach. Imagine the waves gently rolling ashore as you share and celebrate your love with the world. A more romantic ideal simply cannot be found elsewhere. Take a look at these four locations and let your fantasies wander down their sandy shores.

Tunnels Beaches in Ilfracombe, North Devon

Tunnels Beaches [link] is a truly unique location. The attraction itself features a network of man-made tunnels through which visitors can access sheltered beaches and a tidal Victorian bathing pool. The location’s wedding venue provides views of the rugged coast from amidst cliffs that overlook a private beach. If you dream of a wedding in paradise, look no further than this secluded gem.

Carbis Bay Hotel in St. Ives, Cornwall

The Carbis Bay Hotel [link] is uniquely suited to host your big day, and the hotel’s very own wedding coordinator is on hand to help you with every aspect of planning your perfect event. Any number of guests are welcome, and the hotel’s food and drink offerings are superb. If you should choose to hire The Hotel Disco, the staff will help to arrange any type of entertainment you like. This incredibly gorgeous location should not be overlooked.

Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall

The Bedruthan Hotel [link] is an award-winning hotel with staff that specialise in helping you to plan your very own, one-of-a-kind wedding event. Taking pride in their ability to personalise each and every event really makes the Bedruthan Hotel stand out. Whether your dream consists of a small, intimate event or a large and fashionable one, you can bring it to life at this incredible venue.

The Boardroom at Blue Bar in Porthtowan

If you are dreaming of a beautiful beach wedding but are wishing for something more intimate than hiring out a large hotel, you will absolutely adore the Boardroom at Blue Bar [link]. Perfectly situated right on the beach, The Boardroom at Blue Bar has its own bar and a beautiful terrace. Thee property’s function managers will help you plan all of the food and entertainment, and your only worry on your big day will be the warm sand in your shoes.

An Alternative to a Beach Wedding

If you are looking for an alternative to a beach wedding then how about a wedding in your very grade II listed hotel? A friend of mind got married here, and as you can see it’s a very pretty setting.

As you can see, the United Kingdom has some truly fantastic offerings for those brides and grooms with images of seaside nuptials dancing through their loving minds. Sunset receptions on the sand and toasts made to picturesque views of the light dancing off the water will accompany your memorable, beautiful beach wedding by the sea. Be sure to save a jar of sand from the beach on which you are wed, as every grain will hold memories that will be with you forever.