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Small Beach Weddings: Some of the Sweetest Photos You’ll Ever See

Small Beach Weddings: Some of the Sweetest Photos You’ll Ever See

Choosing where to tie the knot can be a fun and exciting part of wedding planning, but it can be hard to narrow down a location. Maybe you’ve dreamt of a wedding in the mountains, or maybe you’ve hoped to recite your vows to one another overlooking a beautiful lake. But there’s one location in particular that many couples simply can’t get enough of: the beach. Having a small beach wedding is always in style: listening to the waves crash against the shore and feeling the sand between your toes all while being surrounded by close friends and family sounds like a dream come true. And for many couples who choose to have a small beach wedding, it is. Don’t believe us? Check out these stunning small wedding beachside ceremonies and we’ll show you exactly what we mean.

These two kissed as husband and wife with guests cheering behind them after their Haleiwa Beach ceremony.

Two rows of guests leading to the couple was a perfect layout for this small wedding at Smathers Beach.

These grooms had several rows of seating for their Sunset Cliffs ceremony.

A small beach wedding on Tybee Island shows guests gathered around both the bride and groom.

This small White Rock Beach wedding ceremony had only a couple of guests (and a very cute pint-sized one).

This couple kissed each of their guests at their Ironwoods Beach wedding.

There wasn’t a dry eye in the house during this White Rock Beach wedding, where guests intimately stood just inches away from the couple.

This casual small beach wedding at Sunset Cliffs had a pop-up beach chair for guests who didn’t feel like standing.

This wedding at Yokahama Beach had bridesmaids stand beside the bride to show their love and support.

This bride and groom opted for seating and aisle decor at their small beach wedding on Tybee Island.

The bride and groom had a bridesmaid and groomsmen standing beside them at their small beach wedding at Makena Cove.

Guests carried pictures of the couple to hold and display during their small beach wedding in Kiholo.

A handful of guests on each side of the bride and groom made this small beach wedding on Tybee Island picture perfect.

Guests made a semicircle around the couple during their Yokahama Beach ceremony.

These two newlyweds walked down the aisle of clapping guests after their small wedding ceremony at Waimanalo Beach.

Article written by karen norian
Karen Norian is a writer, editor, and content strategist. Her work has been featured in many publications, including INSIDER, Travel & Leisure magazine, and Elite Daily. Her work as a wedding photographer has led her to Simply Eloped, where she has been working since early 2019.
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