12/21/11

Hatteras Island Beach Weddings

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of strolling down an aisle of sand, reciting your nuptials with the ocean in the background, the waves as your music, and letting the sunrise or sunset provide the lighting for your wedding photos.

The beach is understandably the most popular site for Hatteras Island weddings, but before you kick off your sandals to take the plunge, remember that all Hatteras Island beaches are part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore and some restrictions apply. Be sure you familiarize yourself with the wedding guidelines provided by the National Park Service. Those guidelines can be found here at the NPS website.

You will also need a special use permit to have your wedding at the beach or at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the most recognizable lighthouse in the world. Relax, a special use permit can cost as little as $100, and all information and guidelines can be found here at the NPS web site. You can also call 252-473-2111 for more information.

Fan Photo Friday

It’s the perfect time of year to start planning your dream destination wedding at the beach! Attend the OBX Wedding Expo in Kill Devil Hills on January 19th & 20th and have a chance to explore venues, chat with vendors, and sample delicious eats! Check out the Expo program for details and a full schedule… […]

Picture of the Week

Beach wedding Hatteras Island Style. Photo submitted on Facebook by the beautiful bride Aubrey Kovolenko. Hatteras Island is a perfect place for your wedding or special event. Click here for a list of event homes to plan your special day.

The 2010 Outer Banks Wedding Expo was one of the biggest and best yet

On Sunday, January 10, Surf or Sound Realty representatives welcomed hundreds of soon-to-be brides and grooms and their families at the 2010 Outer Banks Wedding Expo at the First Flight Middle School in Kill Devil Hills. The 2010 expo was one of the biggest yet, with more than 100 vendors ranging from caterers to wedding […]

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