After a short but breathtaking trolley ride into the Port San Luis Lighthouse Wedding site, we were met with more beauty provided by the great pacific ocean and the rugged coastline. It takes a private road to access the venue so a city trolly is the only way in. (Still worth it).
Once you’re at the venue the Port San Luis Lighthouse Wedding site is open to the public. Access is only by boat, kayak, or paddleboard so there are not many people. They offer tours of the Lighthouse and you can even jump in and learn the history of the Lighthouse. The “bridal sweet” area is inside of a large “house” with lots of space to get dressed and ready. Some of the space is office space for the Lighthouse but all you have to do is look out the window to remember why you choose to get married there.
The golden California sun made for a dreamy wedding day. Photographing Jonathan and Jasmine was way too easy despite how many times they told me how awkward they are. That or our awkwardness multiplied had a way of sorting itself out. We had an epic sunset exploring the untamed rocky coastline while their guests enjoyed perfect temps and some great company.
If you are looking for a great coastal wedding venue but want to skip the sandy beaches we highly recommend taking a tour. If you want to see another amazing wedding we were lucky enough to photograph click here!