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Old 10-31-2008, 01:45 PM
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Hi All,

I am planning my wedding for next year July and being located in Raleigh, the planning isn't that easy.
We were thinking of having a sunrise ceremony in the morning at the beach and were wondering if we would really need to get a permit for $100. Is there actually someone checking the beaches at 6am or is this more a formal thing???

Also, any recommendations for a reception in the evening? Is the "Inn on Pamlico Sound" really as good as all the reviews on tripadvisor.com say?

Btw, we might have between 30 and 50 guests...

Thanks for your help!
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Old 10-31-2008, 03:58 PM
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contact The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce (http://www.outerbankschamber.com/vguide/hotelshat.cfm - broken link) to see if permit is needed and price
here a list of wedding vendors in the obx
Outer Banks Weddings: Have a Beach Wedding
I dont know nothing about the Inn and cannot find it in obx restaurant reviews
Outer Banks Restaurants - Outer Banks Restaurants Guide (http://www.obxconnection.com/outer-banks-restaurants.htm?Sort=3 - broken link)
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