Great Location Options

THERE ARE A LOT OF GORGEOUS OUTER BANKS WEDDING VENUES FOR YOU!

Though the sandy beaches of the Outer Banks is the number one choice of couples coming here to be married, there are many options to choose from.

It’s hard to beat the Beach, but you may want to weigh out some other wedding ceremony venues available on the Outer Banks islands.

The list below is not in any special order, and it certainly is not exhaustive, but they are all great options that you can Google or go to the Outer Banks Wedding Association website to find more information.

Feel free to call 252 216 6676 or get in contact with me with any questions and concerns you may have about your special day.

Ceremony Venues For Your Outer Banks Wedding

1. LIGHTHOUSES

Sharing your vows in the shadow of one of our lighthouses can be awesome.

2. GRANDE RITZ PALM

grande-ritz1Incredibly beautiful Duck wedding venue with private sound beach for weddings.

3. ELIZABETHAN GARDENS

Gorgeous Eden type gardens on Roanoke Island in Manteo.

4. CHARTERED BOATS

Some couples say “I do” while floating on a chartered boat.

5. HILTON GARDEN HOTEL *PIER BUILDING*

This Kitty Hawk option is awesome, a newly renovated building for events like weddings that literally sits over the ocean with panoramic views.

6. NORTH CAROLINA AQUARIUM IN MANTEO

Ceremonies held next to the aquariums or outside near the Sound.

7. THE SANDERLING INN

Wonderful classy resort with first class service. Many options, ocean or sound side.

8. CAROVA 4X4 AREA

This is the area north of Corolla where the asphalt ends and the wild horses roam free. Pretty awesome place.

9. WHALEHEAD CLUB

Awesome setting with picturesque wooden bridge in the shadow of the Currituck Lighthouse.

10. NAGS HEAD VILLAGE BEACH CLUB

Big deck and great beach access.

11. 108 BUDLEIGH IN MANTEO

Absolutely wonderful reception venue. Parking can be interesting, but all parking in downtown Manteo is free.

12. COROLLA CHAPEL

If it is available, the chapel is an excellent back-up location in case of inclement weather on the beach.

13. JENNETTES PIER

newjennetepierOriginally built in 1939, Jennette’s is the oldest fishing pier on the Outer Banks. Battered by storms and rebuilt many times throughout its seventy-year existence.

Something above might be a perfect fit for you, but there’s a reason why 9 out of 10 couples choose to get their toes in the sand on one of the biggest days of their lives. And the Beach is free!

Photo credits: Natalie Heim Photography