Gold Coast Beach Wedding by Shauna Rowe

Gold Coast Beach Weddings & Marriage Celebrant Shauna Rowe

Shauna Rowe, YOUR Gold Coast Beach Wedding Marriage Celebrant  will conduct your Beach Wedding Ceremony anywhere you desire.  If you are planning to say “I do” on the golden sands of the Gold Coast you must first obtain City of Gold Coast Council approval. Beach weddings are at no cost to the applicant on a non-exclusive basis for simple ceremonies of 50 people only. Beach weddings are therefore not appropriate for people considering a large formal wedding.

The Gold Coast offers many and varied locations for beautiful Beach Wedding Ceremonies. I love creating ceremonies which are fun, relaxed, meaningful but most of all a true reflection of you and your partner.

Between Main Beach and Coolangatta there is 50 miles of sun drenched sandy beaches to choose from. The Gold Coast with its warm temperate climate is an idyllic location for a beautiful Gold Coast Beach Wedding Ceremony.

One of my favourites at the southern end of the coast is Bilinga Beach, the site has a wonderful team of wedding planners to organise your ceremony set-up and Wedding Reception. Further up the coast Burleigh Heads, Miami and Broadbeach all offer exquisite areas to hold your Gold Coast Beach Wedding Ceremony officiated by Shauna Rowe popular Gold Coast Marriage Celebrant. I especially love a sunrise Legal’s only ceremony at Miami Beach.

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