Wedding Questions

Permits??? Some one help

November 06, 2017 8:56:55 pm

Posted in Stuart, FL, USA
Emptyprofileicon ANGII TURNER

Hi every body!! So im getting married this year, and I am doing all the planning myself, since my fiance is stationed in KS, but i like the planning anyways! :)
So anyways, Im newer to this area, and we want to have a small ceremony on the beach, a beach-beach, not one connected to the marrot or anything... Something like Dollman beach. But i dont know if i am going to need to get a permit of some type, and if so, who do i need to contact to get that???? Ive tried to call the county but one person just gives me another person's number and no one there seems to have a So can some one please help?? Thanks so much! Angii

4 Replies

Emptyprofileicon Anonymous Florida

January 13, 2010 4:06:52 am

Hi Angii:

GIve me a call as I might be able to help you with this matter. I am a local Wedding vendor in the area. My number is 561-719-4805. Thanks

Evan Nine


Emptyprofileicon Gina and John Wedding date: September 04, 2009

January 13, 2010 5:10:04 am

I am not sure about St. Lucie County, but we got married on Santa Lucea Beach in Stuart which is Martin County. We did not need a permit. Actually we were already dealing with the County since we rented the hall at Indian Riverside park and they suggested the beach when we told we wanted a beach wedding. We just got there a few hours before the wedding and roped off a section. Then the rental company came and set up the chairs in that area. Worked out great. We got married on a Friday though, which helped since there weren't many people on the beach that day. Hope this helps.


Emptyprofileicon Anonymous Florida

January 13, 2010 5:18:29 am

Again, give me a call and I might be able to assist. 561-719-4805


Emptyprofileicon Anonymous

January 13, 2010 9:37:00 am

Ooooh I love beach weddings! I've photographed a few here. I'm originally from Broward County and they required a permit, I think it was about $10 or so, to have the ceremony on the beach. But that allowed you to decorate, put up chairs, etc. I photographed one quick ceremony in Stuart right on the beach, it was only about 10 people, no decorations, and we weren't there too long, and I know they didn't get any type of permit. But you might want to just in case if you do plan on decorating and such. You should call the city (not county) where the beach is you'll be using to double check. Or just try looking around their website. Someone has to know something! Hope that helps. Please let me know if you want to talk more. . Thanks!
Best wishes!!!


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