A Tropical Beach Wedding

A Tropical Beach Wedding

Sometimes a couple’s love is so strong that they just want to skip all of the big wedding planning and opt for an elopement, and that is exactly what this couple did. A handful of their closest friends and family joined them in Jamaica as they celebrated their love and became man and wife.

And while eloping does not give a couple much time to plan and decorate for the big day, this couple was able to pull a few things together to make their tropical beach wedding spectacular. Between the tropical beach wedding favors and decor and the backdrop of the ocean, this wedding was one to remember.

Beachy Attire

Both the bride and groom dressed for this beachy occasion. The bride wore an elegant white dress and a flower crown. Her neck was draped in a gorgeous pearl necklace and her feet in matching anklets. She was barefoot during the ceremony so the pearl anklets were a beautiful, shoe-like touch to her ensemble!

The groom decided on a cream-colored suit instead of the classic black, which was the perfect choice for this tropical beach wedding.

Pearl Anklet | A Tropical Beach Wedding | Kate Aspen

Beautiful Beach Wedding Couple | A Tropical Beach Wedding | Kate Aspen

Pink Building

There is something about colorful buildings that reminds us of a tropical island. So this couple could not have chosen a better place to get ready and take their wedding photos! The bright pink was so fitting for the easygoing, happy event.

Pink Building | A Tropical Beach Wedding | Kate Aspen

Beach Ceremony

If you’re having a wedding in Jamaica, you have to have the ceremony on the beach! Between the warm sand, palm trees, sunny skies, and ocean backdrop, the couple could not have asked for a more romantic beach wedding.

Tropical Beach Ceremony | A Tropical Beach Wedding | Kate Aspen

Tropical Beach Ceremony | A Tropical Beach Wedding | Kate Aspen

Floral Accents

Floral accents are a must for any tropical wedding. The bride certainly got the memo with her beautiful flower crown, but the flowers didn’t stop there! Flowers were present in the wedding canopy, on tables and even on the cake! And we think the love cake topper made this floral cake look even more gorgeous.

Tropical Beach Wedding Cake | A Tropical Beach Wedding | Kate Aspen

Simple Table Decor

The reception tables were decorated in a simple white and blue color scheme, which matched the effortless elegance of the entire occasion. Each table setting was topped with adorable ‘Mint to Be’ mints and an “Advice for the Newlyweds” card for each guest to fill out! The bride and groom must have had such a fun time reading those after the wedding was over!

Mint To Be Mints & Advice for the Newlyweds | A Tropical Beach Wedding | Kate Aspen

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Photographer: Creatrix Photography | Reception Venue: Riu Paradise Tropical Bay

Are you thinking of eloping? What did you think of this beautiful tropical beach wedding? Let us know in the comments below!

Happy Planning!


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