This is North Main Beach in Laguna Beach - that is historic Pelican Rock out in the ocean. There are 26 steps to get down to this beach. However, if you have elderly or handicapped, there is a flat entrance to the beach up by the lifeguard station. At that lifeguard station, they keep a sand wheelchair (the one with the big wheels). It is available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. When you are considering an on-the-sand beach wedding, sometimes it's hard for Gramma to come. We have one location where the elderly can view from up on the cliff. While they will see everything, they probably won't hear anything. Laguna Beach has gotten very strict about what they will allow in the way of decorations. A lot of other vendors are still offering more elaborate decorations that I do, but they are illegal. And there is the risk that the police will come and stop the wedding. Laguna does "random" enforcement, so you never know! I don't take the risk. Since I do about 200 weddings a year in Laguna Beach, I have to go by the rules! However, if you have an aisle to walk down, and you can hear from favorite music played, and you are at the beach at the edge of the ocean, and your man is waiting for you at the "altar"what more is there?