When it comes to having a sandy wedding, you probably don't think that Idaho has much to offer. Truth is, though, there are more than a few sandy beaches in the state of Idaho that are perfect for hosting a wedding,like Priest Lake or Shore Lodge in McCall. Do keep in mind, though, that there are several tips to follow to ensure your sandy wedding is all you've ever dreamed of.
1) Let the guests know ahead of time
First of all, you'll want to let your guests know that the wedding will be held on a beach, and make sure to write on the invitations that flip flops are welcome. After all, you don't want your guests showing up in high heels and loafers as this will result in lots of unhappy guests.
2) Leave your high heels at home too
If you've always dreamed of getting married in a pair of high heels, you might want to rethink a sandy wedding. Heels don't match well with sand. In fact, it'll probably be best if you go barefoot.
3) Keep the food away from the sand
If you have drinks or food being served at the wedding, make sure to keep it off the sand. Not only does this ensure the sand doesn't touch what you're serving, but it also makes sure that no food tables fall over due to the sand shifting.
4) Hire an experienced photographer
Taking pictures indoor is completely different than taking them on a sandy beach, and this is why you'll want to hire a photographer who has much experience in taking photographs outdoors.