If you're looking for a small, simple, and beautifully natural wedding, a beach wedding is the perfect solution. And if you want to invite the whole gang, think about a fun-filled wedding weekend and reunion at an activity-rich resort, beach, or lakeside town. Whatever you decide, beach weddings are often memorable, unique, and offer a plethora of options.
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Planning Your Beach Wedding in Blythe
There is nothing more distinctive or memorable than having your wedding on the beach. Many couples who choose to get married on the beach do it for that very reason; it's something unique. Something you and your guests will surely never forget. At ZCater, we understand the complexities of planning your dream wedding. Let us help you with all of the planning to make sure your special day is truly memorable and everything you want it to be. However, a destination wedding at a beach is not for everyone. You will need to consider the following pros and cons to having beach wedding.
Why a Beach Wedding is Right for You
It's a unique experience for you and your guests a beach wedding allows you more creative freedom. It's a chance to actually spend some quality time with your guests. You can have a mini vacation for 3 to 4 days with your guests before the wedding. As soon as you are pronounced husband and wife you will already be on your honeymoon. No waiting, no travel time. You are already there! You have freedom to make your wedding truly your own. It can be traditional, untraditional or a combination of both.
Why a Beach Wedding May Not be Right for You
You probably will not have as many guests at your wedding as you would at home. Not everyone will be able to take the time or have the money to spend on the trip. This may save you some money, but if you dreamed of the big wedding with hundreds of guests, you might be disappointed.
You will have to learn to be more laid back and relax about some of the details. Unless you can afford to make several trips to the location where you will be married, you will have to leave some of the details up to coordinator on site. You will have to be comfortable using e-mail to plan your wedding. A destination wedding on the beach is not always stress free. You may have some extra tasks such as organizing events for guests at the wedding location prior to the wedding. You will have to consider the weather as well and have a contingency plan. Last minutes changes are a possibility for outdoor weddings.
Are you excited to dive into planning your special celebration?
All the wedding catering professionals you need to plan your special day can be found here at ZCater.
We take a great deal of pride in being able to provide our customers with the most professional and elegant service. Displaying and serving of food is very important to us. We are continually updating our complete line of equipment to insure that our customers have the best presentation available. Professional and personal, your wedding will be prepared with exceptional presentations, gourmet menus and award winning service that is the signature of ZCater. Your wedding will be professionally orchestrated into a celebration that you and your guests will long remember!
Weddings in Blythe are romantic and unique and ZCater is here to help you find the most beautiful Southern California wedding location.
Blythe (pronounced /ˈblaɪθ/) is a city in Riverside County, California, United States, in the "Palo Verde Valley" of the Lower Colorado River Valley region, an agricultural area and part of the Colorado Desert along the Colorado River. Blythe was named after Thomas Blythe, a gold prospector who established primary water rights to the Colorado River in the region in 1877. The city was incorporated on July 21, 1916. The population was 12,155 at the 2000 census.
Blythe is located at 33°37′2″N 114°35′21″W / 33.61722°N 114.58917°W / 33.61722; -114.58917 (33.617157, -114.589241), near the California/Arizona border in the Colorado Desert section of the Sonoran Desert, at the junction of Interstate 10 and US 95. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 25.0 square miles (64.8 km²), of which 24.2 square miles (62.8 km²) is land and 0.8 square miles (2.0 km²) (3.12%) is water.
Nearby communities include Lost Lake and Vidal to the north, Ripley to the south, Desert Center to the west, and Ehrenberg, Arizona, to the east. Major cities in the region include Yuma, Arizona (85 miles), Riverside (172 miles), Las Vegas, Nevada (200 miles), Phoenix, Arizona (150 miles) and San Bernardino, California (140 miles). Blythe is within 4 hours via car of 10% of the United States’ population.