Ideal Locations for an Outer Banks Wedding

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The Outer Banks is an exciting destination for a wedding: beautiful beaches and sounds, historical sites, and great accommodations.

To help make your big day memorable, there are many romantic Outer Banks wedding venues that will take your guests' breath away!

Jennette's Pier

Jennette's Pier in Nags Head is an elegant location for an Outer Banks wedding, and for a rehearsal dinner. Share a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean with your friends and family!

Jennette's Pier has a private reception area on the top floor where up to 175 guests can gather. This area has gorgeous cathedral ceilings as well as a nice fireplace. Tables, chairs, and a catering kitchen are available for your use when you rent the pier.

The Elizabethan Gardens

The Elizabethan Gardens—a memorial created to honor the first English colonists who arrived in North America—is a splendid setting for an Outer Banks wedding. You and your guests will be in awe of the beautiful Renaissance statues as well as a variety of seasonal flowers such as grandiflora, azaleas, shrub roses, daylilies, and perennials. And the lovely entrance wall consists of handmade brick and iron gates.

Places for an Outer Banks wedding in the Elizabeth Gardens include The Gazebo, The Great Lawn, and The Queen's Rose Garden. The gardens also have a wonderful Reception Hall and a gift shop.

Roanoke Island Festival Park

The Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo is also a historical location, and it has many options as an Outer Banks wedding setting. For example, the Pavilion Stage is on the Roanoke Sound and the beautiful Pavilion lawn surrounds the stage. The Elizabeth II Ship is also located on the Roanoke Sound. There is decking for accommodations. The Grand Mall and the Observation Deck provide a beautiful location for an Outer Banks wedding dinner and reception. Another location that is great for receptions is the Meeting Room. Roanoke Island Festival Park is associated with the colonization of the New World by England.

Currituck Heritage Park

The Whalehead Club and the Currituck Heritage Park in Corolla present a great opportunity for an Outer Banks wedding. Currituck Heritage Park overlooks the Currituck Sound, and it consists of a 39-acre lawn. Currituck Heritage Park includes The Whalehead Club, a historic bridge, a soundfront gazebo, live oak trees, and natural scenery.

The Currituck Beach Lighthouse in the historic Corolla Village provides a brilliant view of the Currituck Sound, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Currituck area of the Outer Banks. This historic lighthouse is close to the Whalehead Club.

The Outer Banks boosts many locations for a beautiful and unforgettable wedding. Contact Elan Vacations at 252-491-8787 for more information on Outer Banks attractions and Outer Banks wedding information.

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