Crandon Park Beach Wedding

Tropical Beauty Like None Other, Crandon Park Beach Wedding

There are few locations along the coastline of South Florida that have maintained the classical natural beauty of what the beach once was.  One of these last locations of great wide beaches is Crandon Park on Key Biscayne.  As a barrier island off the coast of Miami and just south of Miami Beach, Key Biscayne has an upscale laid-back feel.  The island is home to this amazing park that offers great lush beaches aligned with dunes and a plethora of palm trees all along the beach.  All of this makes for the perfect picturesque intimate setting for Crandon Park Beach Wedding.

Crandon Park Beach Wedding

Crandon Park is mostly known for hosting the Miami Open, an international tennis tournament, but the park has so much to offer everyone.  Of course, there is tennis, boating, kite surfing, dining, and best of all, the beaches.  It is really hard to find a better location in South Florida than the beautiful beaches of Crandon Park.  It is an amazing place to plan your South Florida destination beach wedding.

Amazing Beauty for your Crandon Park Beach Wedding

With over 2 miles of beaches.  With lush palm trees all over the park, it is the perfect tropical paradise for a stress-free, laid-back, Crandon Park Wedding.  Whether you want to have your wedding along the shoreline with the waves crashing near your toes. Or, perhaps set amongst the dunes under the shade of a cluster of quiet palms.  There are many great locations along the beach at Crandon Park for your perfect Key Biscayne Beach Wedding. 

Intimate Beach Wedding at Crandon Park

Key Biscayne is truly a gem. It is a wonderful little island that feels like you are visiting a more simple bygone time in Florida.  There are plenty of things to do on your trip to this amazing little island.  Perhaps the best aspect is having access to the laid-back beaches and the slower pace but being close enough to Brickell and South Beach to jump into all the fun that Miami has to offer.

So, what are you waiting for….

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