Figuring out the right combination of clothing is easy. For the majority of our customers choose a casual and informal wedding attire, spring or summer wedding and most likely in the Caribbean. The ideal fabrics for the beach wedding dresses are chiffon, silk and linen because of the lightness and coolness of the fabrics. A short or mid-calve dress is preferred. Strapless, spaghetti princess line or halter style wedding dress will be very cool and comfortable. The Mexican wedding shirts or Guayabera for men are very popular and in high demand for beach weddings for the groom and groomsmen.
You can combine the colors of the bridesmaids dresses with that of the groomsmen outfits creating a beautiful color contrast combination for the wedding party. For example, the groomsmen can wear pastel or dark color Linen Guayaberas, drawstring linen pants or Capri shorts, and the bridesmaids a strapless short dress using the same color combination. The Bride, a soft and flowy mid-calve linen, chiffon or silk dress strapless or spaghetti straps in white, off white or almond color. The Groom a Mexican wedding shirt under the Linen suit, (a suit for if you want a little distinction from the groomsmen). Afterward, the groom can remove the suit and be super comfortable in his Guayabera or Mexican wedding shirt shirt still looking elegant and dressy during the reception.
So, start planning your wedding today and make it a fun and relaxed event. When planning for the date of the beach wedding depending on your budget or how busy the location may be, the shoulder season can be the best time of year. The rates are lower and it wont as busy. Usually, the shoulder season is between the middle of May to the end of September. But you need to check with each hotel because their seasons varied from each other. Also, you have to take into consideration the holidays, like Easter, Memorial Day, etc., because the rates will jump tremendously.
If you want to avoid the storms or the hurricanes then head to places like Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, and Trinidad and Tobago, all these islands lie on the southern fringe of the “Hurricane Belt.” You can certainly expect to find temperatures in the mid-80s there, but no hurricanes. There’s some websites that can guide you towards the best time to go.