In most cases a beach wedding would be considered a destination wedding since most likely the bride and groom are planning from out of town. The logistics of a beach wedding are a little different than an "inland wedding venue." It is very important to have a planner who knows the rules & regulations as well as the lay of the land when planning your destination wedding. For pre planning the Outer Banks has quite a few websites to help get you started. One great resource I really liked was from the Outer Banks Wedding Association, take a look at tell me what you think!
Here are some pictures from my OBX adventure! Can you imagine your wedding at any of these locations??? I'm not sure how many weddings these locations have hosted, but nothing is impossible right?!?! :-)
This is at the Currituck Beach Lighthouse, looking for a nautical feel for your wedding?
Jockey Ridge State Park is the tallest natural sand dune in the Eastern United States. This could be an ideal location for hang gliding lovers!
The beach at Kill Devil Hills would be perfect for beach lovers! Walk right out of your hotel and onto the beach!
For the history buff, the sprawling land around the Wright's Brothers Memorial could be an amazing location for you!