For the 9th year in a row, Reverend Barbara Mulford was announced as a winner of the WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards® in the Outer Banks Officiant category, an accolade representing the top wedding professionals across the board in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism reviewed by couples on WeddingWire, a leading wedding vendor marketplace.Read more →
Reverend Barbara Mulford was announced as a winner of the 2021 WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards®, marking her 8th consecutive award and cementing her recognition among the top wedding professionals on the Outer Banks in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism as determined by couples on WeddingWire.Read more →
The town of Bel Air is the county seat of Harford County, Maryland. According to the 2010 United States Census the population of the town was 10,120, and its identity has gone through several incarnations since 1780. Aquilla Scott, who had inherited land known as “Scott’s Improvement Enlarged,” planned the town on a portion that he called “Scott’s Old Fields.” Four years later, the town had expanded as local politicians, merchants, and innkeepers purchased lots from Scott, and the county commissioners decided to change its name to the more appealing “Belle Aire.” In his deeds, Scott dropped one letter, renaming the town, “Bell Aire.” Around 1798, court records dropped two more letters, and “Bel Air” was born.
Renewal Is In The Air
Our July 2018 Winners for the free wedding service are Christina and Keith, from Bel Air, MD. They will be renewing their vows after 18 years of marriage. The town’s penchant for rebranding and reinventing itself probably doesnt explain why our new winners are looking to renewal their vows, but it makes for a great story. Read more →
The January 1, 2018 free service contest winner has been selected and notified, but I can’t give you too many details right now as they are planning on eloping this fall here on the Outer Banks and have not told their friends and family yet! I will share some of the bride’s email to me after being told the good news.
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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 →
Erica and Elliot live in Camden, NC (about an hour from the OBX) with their adorable 1 year old son Miles. They planned a romantic elopement ceremony on the famous Jockey’s Ridge State Park in Nags Head, a place uniquely special for them since both love coming to the beach so much. Their elopement ceremony was very sweet, take a look in the video below: 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 →
So you have decided to have your wedding on one of the beautiful beaches of the Outer Banks, and you are looking for a unique way to make your wedding special. The seashell ceremony component is a great choice for couples who want an unforgettable wedding experience in a natural setting.
Adding the shell ceremony gives your cherished family and friends a way to participate in your union rather than just witnessing it. I like to describe it as the Outer Banks version of “throwing a penny in the wishing well” but the pennies are seashells and the wishing well is the great Atlantic Ocean. Read more →