durkac.com – Every time I get to officiate a sunrise or an early morning wedding it is just awesome! It is peaceful, beautiful, and very intimate. Planning a sunrise or morning wedding will have more to do with your family and personal schedules.
The 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM start time is always a good time frame to start, because people don’t usually start pouring out on the beach until about 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM.
Perhaps the best reason for a morning wedding is you do not have to go through your day stressed!
A sunrise wedding is always nice and yes, the photo above was taken at a sunrise wedding I did in Gulf Shores, Alabama, just after I pronounced the couple husband and wife.
If you are planning a surprise vow renewal ceremony for your parents or a couple within your family, having a sunrise or morning ceremony is actually ideal and for this reason…it is easy to make a sunrise ceremony a surprise when you plan an early morning family photo shoot!
This is very popular and it always works well for the surprise. The anniversary couple are refreshed in the morning and they never expect it when everyone is planning on getting the family together for beach photos.
Sunset ceremonies are general chosen because they have a certain romantic appeal, and they are, but if you also have to remember that you can lose the sunset to a tall condo. The sun sets about even with the each line in April and October, but is mostly behind the condos over the summer months, and out over the water during the winter months.
Photography at the beach is dependent on sunlight, and that is where a morning wedding or day time ceremony does benefit.
You visit the http://www.durkac.com/f-a-q/sunset-times/ page at my website to check sunrise and sunset for you beach wedding location.