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    coastal wedding

    so, I am engaged now. my fiance and I live in san diego. every member of both of our families live back in the maryland area.

    we have a few awesome beach locations for our wedding if we do it in cali. but I am looking for beautiful coastal wedding sites from as far north as md or jersey and as far south as wilmington area.

    obx seems to rugged and lacks emenities. oc md is ok; but I have yet to see a really nice wedding location.

    assateque and chincotegue are options, but again;that would be out in the middle of nowhere.


    any suggestions? I think wilmington has a few good options, but I've never been. it is a possible relocation site for us eventually, but for now, we don't know much about the coast down there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zach619 View Post
    so, I am engaged now. my fiance and I live in san diego. every member of both of our families live back in the maryland area.

    we have a few awesome beach locations for our wedding if we do it in cali. but I am looking for beautiful coastal wedding sites from as far north as md or jersey and as far south as wilmington area.

    obx seems to rugged and lacks emenities. oc md is ok; but I have yet to see a really nice wedding location.

    assateque and chincotegue are options, but again;that would be out in the middle of nowhere.


    any suggestions? I think wilmington has a few good options, but I've never been. it is a possible relocation site for us eventually, but for now, we don't know much about the coast down there.
    wilmington is nice. (i live there) but it has multiple of hotels on the beach with resturaunts.

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    Cape May is a historic town in the souther New Jersey. They have lots of weddings but it may be a bit expensive

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    if all your family/friends are back in maryland, then choose a location close to them... There are plenty of nice places you don't have to make everyone hike too.

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    yeah, keep it in MD, it sucks to have to travel for a wedding. Unless of course you think you want to cut back the number of guests. Anyway, a friend of mind had a wedding at Merrimakers in Sea Bright, NJ. It was pretty sweet. Married on the beach and then partied in the reception hall only a few steps a way. There are hotels in Long Branch that can accommodate almost any size party as well. Plus you have the proximity to NYC if you want to make a weekend out of it...

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    SCREW IT
    save all your money and run away- far away- to some place warm with nicce waves all the time, like honduras or elsalvador, TRUST ME. marriage kills your surfing and wedding cake makes you fat!

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    I got married last year at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. You get a private beach overlooking the bay and a sweet deck and a glass room inside that looks over the bay. The best part is all the money goes to help protecting the watershed. the building is leed certified as well.

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    My wife and I got married at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club in MD. There are three different areas for the ceremony and reception you can choose depending on the size of your wedding. It's not really on the coast but its on the water. It's really nice but a little pricey. i think their website is www.baybeachclub.com.
    Congrats, being married kicks ass.