Do you need a special permit?
What happens in the event of bad weather.
Particularly in Bermuda, hurricane season runs from June to November and at any time we could be staring at a possible hurricane. Do you have an alternate venue? If not you should probably consider booking a temporary venue. A good wedding planner will be able to do this for you to ensure there is no stress on your beautiful wedding day. Make sure you do your research so that you can have your plan B in case something happens.
Consider your food.
While many beaches are public there are some that are private. You should check with any local authorities before deciding on which beach to get married. If the beach is indeed public you will need permission from the relevant authority. You should also check rules regarding alcohol and music and particularly during this pandemic the number of guests.
Consider your décor.
While candles can be gorgeous, are you really going to get the effect of candlelight in the middle of the day on a beach? Probably not. Your wedding planner and/or your decorator will be able to choose a decor that makes the best use of the outside elements of your beach wedding.
Consider public access.
Is your beach accessible? Will aunt Margaret be able to navigate any stairs or soft sand to get to the beach? Will you need a beach golf cart? These are things that you must consider when having a wedding.
Your PA system.
Beach weddings are gorgeous however there is the added element of crashing waves. Will the waves interrupt you and your future spouse while you and your spouse are taking their vowels. You should also consider placements for this very reason.