An amazing couple from The City of Brotherly Love has won this year’s 2nd drawing for our free Outer Banks Wedding Officiant Services and will have Reverend Barbara at their wedding renewal in Avon, NC. How suiting for this Philly couple! Read more →
Settled by English colonists starting in the 17th century, Mechanicsville in Virginia is home to a little over 36000 residents (including singer songwriter Jason Mraz), but today two of those residents have proven to be the luckiest in the historic town. Alease and Mack have been drawn to win a free outer banks wedding service! Read more →
Our lucky bride for the month of September is from Craven County, North Carolina. William Craven himself, 1st Earl of Craven, couldnt be prouder of this amazing accomplishment. Located about 3 hours from the Outer Banks, Craven County is home to approximately 100,000 residents, many of which can be seen embellishing our beaches during the summer.
Lady Natasha J will receive the services of our own charge to perform her vow renewal ceremony! Natasha J and her soulmate will be celebrating their 10th anniversary.
Congratulations to Natasha and her Husband!
The same way Rachel F was August’s lucky bride and was extremely happy for it, we want to congratulate Natasha J and wish her many more years of happiness!
Stay tuned for news, and feel free to leave any questions you may have in the comment section.
Lee County residents, rejoice! One of your own has been chosen for this month’s free wedding service contest!
The lucky bride is soon-to-be Mrs. Rachel F., from Sanford, NC. Out of population not much bigger than ours here on the OBX, lucky Rachel was picked and will experience her FOREVER moment with us.
Coincidentally enough, here’s Rachel’s contest entry:
I believe that my Fiance’ and I Viagra 100mg should win a free ceremony because we are coming all the way in from Sanford to get married on the outer banks. We both think that it is the most beautiful beach in North Carolina and would love to have our FOREVER moment there.
Well, Rachel, congratulations! And to all of the other brides that submitted entries, fret not. You may still have a chance!