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#1 KimberlyFrye

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    Posted 20 July 2010 - 04:08 PM

    I have googled everywhere but I cant find any answers. I am sure this is impossible, but is there a way to reserve a spot ON a beach? We want to get married on the beach, but of course beaches aren't private and theres tons of people. Just making an estimate as of now, but well probably have about 50-100 people at our wedding. I live in Bakersfield (which is in the middle of Northern and Southern California) so any beaches in California are fine. Anybody know of anyone that does this or anything similar? We can't spend a ton on the location either. Just wondering if anybody knew anything.:) Thanks!

    #2 fmichelle

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      Posted 29 September 2010 - 11:04 PM

      Hi Kimberly,


      I know you posted a while ago, but it seems like you didn't get any responses   I live in SoCal and a friend of mine got married at Zuma Beach without any issues.  It wasn't anything formal, but I'm assuming with 50-100 people, you're will be more formal.  I would get in touch with the City of Los Angeles Parks and Recreation, see if they can help.  Otherwise, I would look into a hotel that sits on the beach (perhaps in Santa Monica or further south in Orange County).  I work as a wedding videographer part time and have shot beach weddings.  The couple usually has their ceremony on the beach and then the reception at the hotel.  The guests either walk between the two or are transported by golf carts.  I hope this helps!  My FI and I wanted a beach wedding as well and my parents couldn't understand why we didn't want to get married here in Cali.  We definitely have some beautiful beaches.  If I can help with anything else, let me know.  BTW, a good friend of mine is a wedding photographer that has done a ton of beach weddings and she lives in Ventura.

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