Perhaps the biggest attraction for getting hitched on Hilton Head is the location variety. Country clubs, resort ballrooms, gazebos, yachts, sailboats, the lighthouse, and the lush waterfront landscaping are all options to consider. A beach wedding is a frequent choice here because of the wide expanse of flat sand beaches and the gorgeous sunsets in the background; however, if you want to get married close to the water keep a close eye on the radar to avoid surprise thunderstorms or the changing of the tides. Also, the Town of Hilton Head requires a permit in order to perform a ceremony on the beach so be sure to fill out a “Wedding on the Beach Request Form” and submit it complete with all details including date, time, location, duration, number of attendees, and anything else that might matter. Another tip, for the groom: avoid a full tuxedo. Chances are it will be warm outside and the last thing you want to be is uncomfortable at your own wedding. If you and your future spouse opt for indoor nuptials, make sure you examine all of the luxurious and elegant ballrooms and clubhouses around to pick the one that flatters your theme and colors the most; Hilton Head is nothing if not diverse.
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