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Through research I have ascertained that you don't need to have a permit to get married on Cocoa Beach. Is this right? Does anyone know if you need to book anything at the beach or whether you can literally book an officiant and turn up and get married? Sorry if it seems like an odd question, but I can't seem to see any relevant information online, other than wedding companies and organisers to book through them which is something we arent looking to do. You do not need a permit to get married on the beach.
Our son and his fiance are getting married on the beach im Cape Canaveral next year so we looked into this as well. Even though you don't want a wedding planner, some have a lot of good info on their websites about beach rules, etc. I came across the one below recently. I do quite like to look of cypress grove and getting that venue only and hiring an officiant.
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding. Besides the beach you might want to look at Porcher House in Cocoa Village which is also popular for weddings. Our friends got married at the top of the stairs with the brides family on the upper floor on one side, grooms family on the other and the rest of us down below. Even if not having a lot of people at the wedding its still a pretty neat place. Some other friends got married on the beach at full moon so that the moon was coming up behind them as the sun was setting.
Really pretty. I don't think I would show up in back of Ron Jons during spring break and expect to find room for a person wedding party and places to park without a plan. On the other hand, a smaller party on a quieter section of the beach in a less peak time of the year would probably work. When is your wedding? If I were planning such an event, I'd check the tide schedule, so I'd choose a time when it is not high tide.
Please visit our website at VisitSpaceCoast. This will be very helpful to what you are looking for. From our home, we occasionally see a marriage on the beach — those that are conspicuous because they have a backdrop often an arch with some flowers , speakers for a microphone and music, and chairs. Those amenities can be arranged by a local wedding planner. For a simple wedding, you could do it just about anywhere, on very little notice. If you want some amenities, it will take some planning, watching the weather, and finding a more private corner of the public beach.
Hiring a photographer or having a friend is almost a must because the location will likely be something you will want to remember. If you have a wedding party and guests, you could also find a room at a local hotel or restaurant for a reception. There are plenty of places where you can have a party, but be sure to advance book the room, food, and cake if you have more than just a few attending.
As for the , I believe that you must apply personally for the paperwork at least three days prior to the wedding date. An authorized officiant must solomize and certify the vows within ten days by executing and filing the paperwork.
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