Our wedding on Ruby Beach turned out great. We felt there was a good chance for sunny weather having vacationed several times in the state during July and August. After several days of rain and fog, it was cloudy on our wedding day but it was dry. Our rooms in La Push were very nice but I think we would have stayed at Kalaloch Lodge due to is closer proximity to Ruby Beach (10 minutes vs. 1 hour). A big thing to consider is this area is sparsely populated and we found it necessary to hire our officiant, violinist and photographer out of the Seattle area (About 4 hours away) which means you are going to pay more for their travel expenses. You also have to consider the tide. We were married at 9 a.m. due to the high tide at 1 p.m. It left the day open to sight see and we all gathered for dinner in a local restaurant and finished the evening with a fire and s'mores on First Beach in La Push.
Ruby Beach is spectacular and a very beautiful place to get married. The parks department was great to work with and very helpful in getting all the necessary paperwork together for the permit.
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