FAQ’s & Tips
Frequently Asked Questions
What do we do if there is bad weather during our event?
How many people can sit in the gazebo for dining only?
Can I provide my own rentals?
Unfortunately, you may not. All major rentals such as tables, chairs, linens, arches and so forth, must go through us. However, you may supply your own centerpieces and aisle décor for the event.
Anything that is brought in can be set up at 11:00 am the day of the event, or we can coordinate a time if that specific time does not work for you. Anything brought in must go home that night, after the event, on
What if my vendor is not on the preferred vendor list?
How do I find vendors & Book them?
Can we drive a car down to set up?
Can we bring our own fire pit?
Can I do chair sashes for my ceremony?
Are pets allowed on the beach?
Can you bring in your own alcohol or self-serve?
What can we throw down the aisle?
Can the ceremony be under the gazebo?
When do ceremonies Start?
Is there a spot to get ready on site?
Will you help me set up and clean up my décor?
Is there wheelchair accessibility?
Can I extend my reception time?
How many parking spots are available?
Do I need any permits or insurance for the wedding?
How much is the deposit? Is it included in the package price?
When is the final balance due? What forms of payment do you accept?
What is your cancellation policy?
90 Days or More – Booking Fee is held
31-89 Days Prior to Event – Event Package Price that you chose is Held
Less than 30 Days Prior to Event – 100% of Balance Due on Proposal / Invoices
The electric at the S.bch is a 120/240 system with a maximum output of 125 AMPs. Keep in Mind NRMuses lighting throughout the entire venue.
Can I have Glassware on the Tables Such as (wine glass, champagne or water Glass) ?
Unfortunately The park manager implemented a no Glassware Policy Last year. We have been avidly moving towards this goal, we are Still going through a transition period of eliminating it as an option for weddings as a table placement. We Do not allow Free Standing glassware such as (water,champagne and wine glasses) On the Tables or At the bar due to them breaking. Having broken shards of Glass in the sand or on the gazebo is a safety hazard. However you are allowed to have ceramic dinner plates as stated, as long as a caterer is placing, Scraping and storing them.We try to be as Eco friendly as possible, however safety is our first priority.