Beach wedding plans after hurricane Ian hits Southwest Florida.
Will I be able to get married in Siesta Key Beach after the hurricane?
Many couples who were set to get married in the Fort Myers area were forced to find a new place to tie the knot after their dream wedding destination was destroyed when Hurricane Ian tore through Fort Myers Beach, Naples, and Sanibel Island.
While the loss of the wedding location hurt, most couples are more upset about the loss of a place we all love to visit.
Clean-up efforts from the catastrophic storm continue in Lee County and other areas.
Siesta Key is protected from hurricanes.
Some hold the belief that Sarasota is protected from hurricanes because the Native Americans who first settled here knew that it was safe from the elements.
Others believe that they blessed the lands to stay eternally safe from destructive storms and hurricanes. Still others think that it’s an ancient Indian burial ground on the lands of Sarasota that keeps it protected. We don't know if it's faith or science but one more time the hurricane eye just missed Sarasota area and all our beautiful beaches are still as beautiful as ever and businesses re-opened.
Siesta Key is still standing untouched
So whether you choose to believe the legends or not, always be sensible and keep an eye on what’s going on – and enjoy your stay in the beautiful Sarasota Bay area from Venice to Bradenton.
Have a beautiful wedding on our beaches, pray and help those who lost a lot due to Ian and celebrate life everyday.
We are here in Sarasota Florida ready to make your wedding day extra special.
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