I have a bit of a dilemma. Originally, my future hubby and I were going to get married on a beach bluff. We put down the $250 non-refundable event fee about a year ago. This space does not allow amplification and will only let us have 20 chairs. After much stress about making people stand and no being able to hear...we finally decided to move our wedding to a church nearby (literally 3 minutes away walking). Since the event fee was non-refundable, we are trying to think of a way to incorporate the bluff into our day. We can't have food or drink out there. We will definitely take pictures, but I'm trying to think of a way to use the space (and the 20 chairs) in a way that is intentional and meaningful. Ceremony after the ceremony? The only thing is that the reception is across the street from the church, so it feels like a lot of walking back and forth for guests. Also the idea of staging a ceremony on the bluff for photos feels fake to me. Is there some traditional thing we can do out there? Thoughts? Thanks!