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Getting married? Just remember, the cake gets eaten, the flowers will die, the photos last forever.

A Key West elopement means endless sandy beaches and tropical gardens lush with greenery, making your big day feel like nothing short of paradise. The Florida Keys will ensure that your ceremony will call for breathtaking sunrises and sunsets and palm trees every which way you turn. If you’re looking for a Florida Keys elopement package that offers an idyllic island-style ceremony, then you’ve come to the right place!
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If your dream wedding day looks like a gorgeous sunny day with palm trees swaying in a warm tropical breeze and bright blue waves crashing onto a beautiful white sand beach — look no farther than the Florida Keys.    


The Florida Keys are an elopement destination that’s truly a tropical paradise. This beautiful chain of islands is just 15 miles south of Miami and only 90 miles from Cuba! Because the Florida Keys are so close to the Caribbean, the weather is spectacularly warm throughout the year.   


Key West, a four-mile-long and two-mile-wide island. It’s the southernmost city in the contiguous U.S. and the westernmost island connected by a highway in the Florida Keys. 


It’s only 113 miles from Key Largo to Key West. Overseas Highway, or U.S. 1 vaults across many sea channels, and it links 44 islands with a total of 42 bridges. Once on the highway, just sit back and enjoy the incredible scenery.  


The average temperatures in Key West range from low 70s to low 90s, with the warmest weather in July and August and cooler months in January and February. June through November can be humid and rainy, which is normal in subtropical climates.