Timing of the Beach Wedding
One of the major issues you will have is that you are likely to want to book that destination wedding during the warmer months. This means that it in most locations, this is going to be tourist season. There will be fewer venues, less hotels, and the whole thing will be a bit more crowded. This means that you are going to need to book well in advance. If you can book out of season, then do so. You may be sacrificing a couple of degrees in temperature, but you will also be saving a substantial amount of cash too.
Remember; during the warmer months, you are also going to need to wear slightly different clothing. This means tropical wedding clothes. If you wear your traditional suits and the like, you are going to boil.
Check Local Requirements
It is important that you check marriage requirements where you are holding your destination wedding. Some may require you to be a resident in the area for a short period before you can get married. For example; if you opted to get married in England, you would need to stay there for 7 days before your wedding. If you got married in France, then it is a whopping 40 days, so probably not going to be ideal for a destination wedding!