It’s that time of the year again….everyone is getting married. And while May, June, July August, and September are all hot months for weddings, June is just around the corner and celebrates the highest number of weddings overall. If you are going to get married on a bright summer day, might as well do it by the shining sea that creates the perfect background for any wedding…here are a few of our favorite venues for summer weddings by the sea.
This is the ultimate destination for your nautical wedding. A newly renovated hotel, the venue features both indoor and outdoor wedding spaces with gorgeous ocean views.
With exceptional catering and fine dining options, no one can resist this gorgeous beachfront venue in the fabulous city of Miami.
THREE | HarbourView Inn
The only waterfront hotel in Charleston’s historic district, this is the perfect venue for the couple looking for an intimate experience with breathtaking views.
FOUR | W South Beach
This is the perfect destination for those who may be a little more indecisive…from private gardens to newly renovated cabanas, the options for wedding spaces at W South Beach are endless.
FIVE | Andrew Pickney Inn
Andrew Pickney Inn makes your wedding day easy with an elopement package that supplies everything from officiants to cakes for the perfect ceremony overlooking the Arthur Ravenal Bridge.
SIX | The Spectator Hotel
Old elegance meets modern luxury at the Spectator Hotel. Crisp and clean modern details mix with vintage 1920’s touches to bring you back to the days of Gatsby.
SEVEN | The Moorings Village
Perfect for a private ceremony on the gorgeous Flordia Keys beaches, this retired coconut plantation spans 18-acres that will hold all of your dreams.
EIGHT | French Quarter Inn
The boutique hotel in Historic Charleston defines southern charm and has thought of everything for your big day, from lush greenery to exquisite cuisine.
NINE | Laguna Solé at Sole Mia
This hidden paradise couldn’t give a more beautiful backdrop with a seven-acre swimmable lagoon, complete with its own private island.