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Wedding Vendors for Hatteras Island

Dreaming of a Hatteras Island wedding but not sure where to start? A common misconception is that an island ceremony and reception can be tricky, as there are limited vendors available. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, there are a variety of vendors specializing in event planning, equipment rentals, wedding cakes, photography, flowers, catering, and all the professionals you’ll need to make your special day on the beach picture perfect.

The following list will give you a head start on researching which local vendors are available for an island wedding. For a complete list of Outer Banks vendors, (and most all are happy to travel to Hatteras Island for events), visit the Outer Banks Wedding Association or OBX Brides.

Photographers:

Daniel Pullen Photography

Island Photography

AMMC-Photo

Musicians & DJ

Kim Kalman – singer, guitar

OBX Violin – also does photography

Watson and Calhoun – singers, guitar

DJ Barry Wells -Barryoke Karaoke Entertainment: 252-996-0550 | email: nc12barryoke@gmail.com

Ceremony Officiants:

Rev. Tanya K. Young

Hatteras Wedding Ministries -Bonnie Williams
Barefoot Weddings -Molly Miller and Juanita Scarborough

Cakes:

Great Cakes! of the Outer Banks

Cake Hatteras

Bar and drink machines:

OBX Bar 4 Hire

Seafreeze frozen drink machine

Catering:

Cafe Pamlico Catering

Coastal Provisions Catering

The Good Life Gourmet

Kelly’s Restaurant

Lone Cedar Restaurant

Equipment rentals

Ocean Atlantic Rentals

Moneysworth Rentals

Flowers:

Every Blooming Thing

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