Sand Key Beach Weddings

Say “I do” Services


We provide complete wedding coordination services for ceremonies right on the beach. You can say “I do” near any of the 8 boardwalk locations.

We will blend spiritual and non-spiritual secular customs, individualized rituals, and multi-family member vows. You may choose from a variety of services including non traditional, shell blessing, rose ceremony, Irish blessings, and much more. Contact us now to set up an appointment. We’ll work with you to create a wedding package and experience that’s perfect for you.


Once you’ve said your vows, the reception can be held on the beach with options of low peak, clean top or high peak tents.  Our tents can accommodate as many people as you would like and include full set up -​ sidewalls with cathedral windows, leg drapes, lights, dinnerware, linens, ​tables and chairs. We’re licensed to hold events on the beach after sunset until 11pm, so it will feel like your own private beach party. 

See our reception menus.


Marriage License

Requirements to get married in Pinellas County – Both persons must be present when applying for a marriage license, to sign the application form and take an oath of truthfulness of the information provided. In addition, both must provide proof that each person is at least 18 years of age, has proof of identification, Social Security numbers or Alien Registration Number, and complete the application form.

The marriage license is valid for 90 days from the issue date and the ceremony must be performed between the effective date and the expiration date. Blood tests are not required in the state of Florida.
For additional information visit the Clerk of the Circuit Court.


Wedding Officiants

Florida law allows the following persons to perform marriage ceremonies:

  • All regularly ordained ministers of the gospel, elders in communion with a church, or other ordained clergy,
  • All judicial officers, including retired judicial officers, Clerks of the Circuit Courts, and public notaries of this state,
  • Quakers or “Friends,” may perform marriages in the manner and form used or practiced in their societies.

For additional information visit the Clerk of the Circuit Court.