If you been planning a wedding, you probably read countless articles that gave you bunch of tips…. Yet still, you haven’t agreed on destination, reception, style, guest list…anything….
We won’t bore you with practical advice. We are just going to share three thoughts on why you should get married in Key West.
1.Itinerary. You can have your dream tropical wedding-even if you don’t have a passport. Key West is a small tropical island located in United States, south of Miami. As pretty as Cayman Island, Bahamas or Mexico with everyone speaking English.
Do you ever wonder if raising a child takes a village then planning a wedding must take an army? Weddings are similar to fine-tuned machines-with no detail left unattended to tackle mountain of tasks. At Big Day in Key West you will get best kind of ceremony! Wes specialize on everything from big weddings to small elopements just for two.
Everyone knows that planning a wedding could be stressful. We offer you to escape to the beautiful Smathers beach on the island without leaving United States. Key West is a little gem where you can have your barefoot moment.
Remember right after you agreed to get married, when you were trying to concentrate on work, a project, a simple task…Somehow, you’d get up every 10 minutes to take a peek at Pinterest to just, you know, see what was going on?
Well, as planners, officiants and photographers we must admit…We do same thing! And we can’t think of a better way not to get our work done!
Want to know what’s going on in Key West at the beach in the summer? (We can assure you that summer weddings are simply gorgeous!)
Then pour yourself a glass of champagne, sit back and enjoy these beautiful pictures taken by our...
Couples from all over the world choose to get married and to spend their honeymoon in Key West, FL for many different reasons.
Florida Keys is an entirely different world with unique laidback culture, calm aquamarine waters of Atlantic Ocean and turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Thousands of couples choose to get married in Key West every year whether it is simplest beach elopement or unique underwater ceremony...
Irma destroyed many things and forced couples to postpone their weddings. Brides and grooms who dreamed to wed in the tropics ended up rescheduling for later fearing for their lives.