Panama City Beach Weddings Make Great Memories

By Catherine Scott


Weddings are special. When two people decide to formalize their relationship, it should be celebrated. There are all different ways to celebrate. Some couples take their vows in a church setting surrounded by the family and friends who are most important to them. Others prefer to keep it low key and seek a justice of the peace to do the honors. Still others opt for something a little more creative, like the type of services Panama City Beach weddings can offer.

For anyone who enjoys the sunshine, the sand, and the gulf's beautiful blue waters, Florida seems like the perfect place to have a destination wedding. It is a special area of the country, with so much to see and do, that it may be hard to make up your mind just exactly where you want your special day to take place.

Of course you can always pitch a tent on one of the beaches and hold the ceremony there. If you are a little more creative and adventurous you may want to consider some of the other options available. It will probably depend a great deal on what types of activities you are both interested in and how many of your friends will be able to participate.

In keeping with the beach setting, but a little more private and special, St. Andrews Park could be an ideal location. This park's beaches have been ranked the most beautiful in the United States and for good reason. The pinewoods, marshes, and natural wildlife make it a perfect outdoor setting to celebrate a new union.

Another water related option is a coastal cruise with the service held on board one of the local catamarans. Some charters are accustomed to wedding ceremony requests and will be able to give you a lot of helpful suggestions.

If you prefer dry land and are marine animal lovers, Gulf World Marine Park is a great, offbeat idea. There are a number of places within the park where you can have the ceremony. You might choose the Tropical Garden, Dolphin Stadium, or another interesting area this place has to offer. They are accustomed to hosting weddings and should have some good ideas when you contact them.

Your friends will not believe you if you tell them to prepare for a scuba diving wedding in the gorgeous Gulf of Mexico. You may have to get them into classes and get in some diving practice before the ceremony, but it will be worth it. If diving is a passion for both of you, this is a very feasible idea. Make sure you have all of the necessary certifications that qualify you to attempt this type of ceremony before jumping in. Even if some of the guests decide to stay dry and relax on the boat, everyone will still have a great time and an exciting adventure.

No matter how you plan to spend this special day, Florida is a great choice. There are so many different and memorable venues to choose from and so much natural beauty to bask in and enjoy that you will never regret deciding to come here for a once in a lifetime experience.




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