Wedding Ceremony Sunset Beach Tarpon Springs

Annette and Carlos Antonio’s Wedding Ceremony Sunset Beach Tarpon Springs- Officiated by George Doumanian Jr.

Why do we love a Wedding Ceremony Sunset Beach Tarpon Springs? Sunset Beach in Tarpon Springs is a great place for a wedding ceremony because it doesn’t require a permit to setup a wedding ceremony. Plus it’s pretty, small, and romantic making it ideal for a Florida beach wedding. Because no permit is required a space cannot be reserved and is a first come first serve basis. If it’s a busy weekend day, we recommend sending someone out early to claim a spot. The Sunset beach does have a parking lot and overlooks the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, as well as, and Fred Howard Park.

On 11/11/17 Annette and Carlos Antonio were married on Sunset Beach. George Doumanian Jr performed their late afternoon wedding ceremony. It was a picture perfect day for a Florida beach wedding.  Annette planned the ceremony with me and asked to include a few ofour A-La-Carte Ceremony Items. She chose to include our “Sweet and Simple” bamboo poles with starfishes and white chair setup. They had 40 guests attend the wedding ceremony.

A few days before the wedding, Annette had texted me and said she thought Carlos Antonio was nervous. George Jr. called Carlos was very calming in speaking to Carlos Antonio which helped calmed his nervousness. Annette’s son was the best man standing next to Carlos Antonio. Annette and Carlos Antonio were very pleased with the wedding ceremony setup and thanked George Jr for officiating, and myself for helping organize everything. Annette told me just how simple we made it and how beautiful everything looked.

Wedding Ceremony Officiant Tarpon Springs Florida

George Jr officiating Anette and Carlos Antonio’s wedding ceremony Sunset Beach Tarpon Springs. The view is overlooking Fred Howard Park and the Gulf of Mexico.

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Annette’s son Michael best man watched as George Jr. officiated their Sunset Beach Tarpon Springs wedding ceremony.