Planning The Perfect Beach Wedding

With this ring, I thee wed…
Imagine reciting your wedding vows with the roar of the surf as the backdrop to one of the most unforgettable days of your life.
Let beauty surround you in a setting that radiates the true essence of what a wedding should capture: romance, fantasy and memories.
Manzanita’s pristine beach has become a destination for couples who are planning a beach wedding and then returning again to relive those precious memories.

When planning your beach wedding, you recognize that not only is it a symbol of your love, but also a deeply moving experience for everyone involved. As you and your guests gaze out over the ocean and surrounding mountains, you feel the peace of nature and the song of the winds.

Steps:
– Find the perfect wedding officiant; one who will listen to you and create your ceremony based on your own beliefs and ideas. Let her words reflect your feelings and your own uniqueness.

– Obtain an Oregon marriage license from any Oregon county at least 3 days before the ceremony, but no sooner than 60 days.

– Find your photographer, caterer, musicians, cake, flowers and lodging from the selection of many local vendors along the Oregon Coast. All are available to help make your special day, a day to remember.

You’ve found the perfect one, now you’re searching for the perfect ceremony. An Oregon Coast beach wedding, with breathtaking ocean views and majestic mountains, can become your dream.

One Dream ….. One Love ….. One Wedding …..

Courtesy of Christina Irvine
Coastal Weddings
www.mycoastalwedding.com
(503) 758-3997

Dan Haag
Born and raised in the great white north of Minnesota, Dan Haag felt the pull of the north Oregon Coast in the early 90s. Finding that rain never needed to be shoveled, he married an Oregon girl and settled in Manzanita, where he works as director of the Manzanita Visitors Center. He is also a freelance writer whose work has appeared in a variety of state and national publications. He spends his free time wandering the area’s many trails, supporting the Oregon wine and beer industry, perusing coastal bookstores, and chasing his black Labrador, Lilo, along the beach.