It made perfect sense that Corey and Suzanne would chose the Boathouse at Frontstreet Village to tie the knot. Both are avid fans of the NC coast and keep their boat stored in the stacks there for quick access to all the fun and sun out on the water. Their family and friends seemed to also enjoy the gorgeous views and when the common summer thunderstorm rolled through, the party moved inside until the brief rainstorm passed and the celebration continued until dusk when they made a joyous departure on their boat into a dramatic Beaufort sunset.
The grounds of the Boathouse make a terrific venue for events
The bride’s veil was handmade by her future Mother-in-Law
Wedding rings and Champagne glasses—just waiting for the party to begin!
Golf carts made moving around the grounds easy and efficient
The look on Corey’s face when he saw Suzanne is what every bride hopes for!
My assistant Cindy managed to wrangle a great birds-eye-view of the ceremony from a boat moored closely
One happy Father of the Bride as the couple seals their vows with a kiss
Beautiful decor for the reception—all with a nautical theme
Reception area awaits the arrival of the wedding party
A modern wedding cake with delicious cupcake supports provided by “Your Perfect Cake”
Everyone toasts the bride and groom
Once everyone wiped away the tears after a sweet first dance, the party really started
Whether it was slow dancing or line dancing the floor was packed thanks to DJ CK Entertainment
Slipping away with the bride and groom
How to leave a party 101