1. Do I need a permit for a wedding ceremony on the beach? Reservations and permits are required for 2 – 6,000 guests. The permit fees run $345.00 – $4,485.00 per day. For information regarding special event reservations on the beach, you will need to contact the bureau accountable, it will either be State, County
1. How do I plan a wedding at the beach? Please see our Beach Wedding FAQs. 2. What is the best time of year to hold a wedding in Santa Cruz County? Santa Cruz weather is mild, with summer temperatures in the mid-70s and winter temperatures in the mid-50s. The sun shines 300 days a year
The big question has been popped — and hopefully so has the champagne — so now comes the fun part. With plenty of inspiring settings and talented artisans to choose from, planning a wedding in Santa Cruz County is the start of your nuptial bliss. You already know the who, so let us help with the what, where and when. Below, we’ve rounded up the best resources and advice to help make your big day one to remember.
Photo courtesy of Ben Ingram Visuals At Visit Santa Cruz County, one of our most frequently asked questions is how to have a wedding at the beach. To some, there’s no more perfect or memorable place to tie the knot, but how does one pull it off and what are some tips to make sure
With both a loving climate and scenery you could spend the rest of your life with, Santa Cruz is the perfect backdrop for your big day. Here’s a handy guide to our favorite wedding venues with plenty of wow for a memorable celebration. OCEANFRONT Add Monterey Bay to the wedding party with a stirring waterfront