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A Beach Wedding in Nags Head, NC

  • Julie Dreelins’ Beach Productions, Kitty Hawk
    John Gillam III and Millie Ward, The John Gillam Company Ltd, Nags Head
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Lindsay & Scot in Nags Head, NC
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Lots of peonies and roses were used for a full, romantic bouquet. Lindsay wrapped the stems with one of her grandmother’s handkerchiefs.
Renee Landry Style, Duck
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A beautiful ocean view set the scene for the ceremony. Lindsay and Scot exchanged vows in front of a large cross made of driftwood.
First Colony Inn, Nags Head
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Lindsay and Scot shared their love of wine with guests. They filled decanters with two of their favorites: red wine from Sicily and a white wine from Chili. “Instead of going to the bar for another drink, guests were able to fill their glass directly from the decanters, family-style.”
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Clusters of tall glass cylinders filled with white starfish continued the beachside ambience beneath the reception tent.
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To achieve a clean look, white flowers like hydrangeas, tulips, and peonies were arranged separately in low-lying vases.
Renee Landry Style, Duck
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Taupe table linens, rattan chargers, and white napkins topped the tables.
Kelly’s Outer Banks Restaurant and Tavern, Nags Head
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For a modern twist on the traditional cake, each tier was a different height and wrapped in ribbon. Fresh peonies topped the confection.
Marsha Johnson, Great Cakes! of the Outer Banks, Kill Devil Hills
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The bride and groom spent months learning the Fox Trot to Van Morrison’s “Someone Like You.”
The Crowd, Kill Devil Hills

Lindsay & Scot in Nags Head, NC

For Lindsay, the love she had been looking for had been right before her eyes. “We worked together. Literally 10 feet apart!” she says. After some casual flirting with coworker Scot, they eventually went out to dinner and stayed up all night talking. They had been dating for two years when Lindsay realized things were about to get even more serious. The Bride Lindsay Burrus, 26, banker The Groom Scot Mitchell, 27, banker The Date May 30 But Scot still managed to surprise her during a “spontaneous” trip to Asheville to admire the changing leaves one October weekend. After a day of hiking and shopping, the couple stopped at a bench overlooking the picturesque mountains, and Scot pulled out a ring. Lindsay was so excited; she smacked him on the arm!
- Carrie Chambers
Their Ingredients
  • Julie Dreelins’ Beach Productions, Kitty Hawk
  • John Gillam III and Millie Ward, The John Gillam Company Ltd, Nags Head
  • First Colony Inn
  • Renee Landry Style, Duck
  • First Colony Inn, Nags Head
  • Kelly’s Outer Banks Restaurant and Tavern, Nags Head
  • Marsha Johnson, Great Cakes! of the Outer Banks, Kill Devil Hills
  • The Crowd, Kill Devil Hills

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