If you're planning your wedding in Jacksonville, Florida, you're probably looking forward to some sunshine for your celebration. Take advantage of Florida's reputation as a vacation hot spot, and throw a tropical-themed party with fruit drinks and mini umbrellas. Florida is famous for its orange groves, and orange blossoms make a delightful, scented addition to any party's décor. Just ask your Jacksonville florist about including local blooms.
Couples planning Jacksonville weddings should be wary of scheduling weddings in late summer, or they might run into hurricane season. Consult with a wedding planner (as well as the weather channel) to make sure you're planning your wedding during a non-rainy time of year. If you think there's a chance there could be inclement weather, shield your guests with convenient, affordable Jacksonville tent rentals. Lightweight tents are also great options for sunny days, as well.
Are you looking for a picturesque spot for an engagement photo shoot or wedding venue? Bring your photographer or videographer to the Jacksonville Landing or the Jacksonville Riverwalks. The waterfront vistas will provide ample opportunity for one great shot after another. As you're interviewing potential Jacksonville wedding photographers, be sure to ask them about any photo shoot locations they suggest. If they've been working in Jacksonville a long time, they may know of picturesque settings that are off the beaten track. Ideally, photographers should be open to taking your suggestions as well as giving their own.
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