2015 Outer Banks Bride Magazine: High Tide Fête
The number one priority for Kelly and Rob's wedding day was ensuring that their guests' had the time of their lives. With the assistance of The Proper Setting, they created a relaxed atmosphere outfitted with turqouise lanterns, lemon centerpieces and the roaring ocean beside their Koru Village wedding. Genevieve Stewart Photography stole our hearts through these joy-filled moments, and we loved featuring Kelly and Rob's Hatteras Island "I do's" in the 2015 Outer Banks Bride Magazine!
Wedding Date: June 28, 2014 Color Palette: Varying Shades of Blue and Yellow
How They Met: After meeting on a weekend rendezvous with friends, Kelly and Rob maintained a long distance relationship while she was living in San Diego and he residing in Seattle. After year of traveling up and down the West Coast, Kelly moved to Seattle so that they could be together!
Favorite Wedding Day Memories: Both Kelly and Rob agree that their favorite moment from their wedding day was taking the sunset photos. "It was just the two of us and by then, the ceremony was done, all the planning was over, and we were just able to enjoy ourselves with friends and family," recalls Kelly.
Advice For Future Couples Tying The Knot: "We were suppose to get married on the beach, but it was too windy to we had to move it up by the pool," says Kelly. "It was a very difficult decision, but we didn't let that negatively impact our day!"
Photographer: Genevieve Stewart Photography | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Koru Village | Coordinator: The Proper Setting | Floral Designer: Bells & Whistles | Caterer: Red Sky Cafe | Beauty & Spa: Hot Heads Hair Design Studio | Videographer: Reel Love Weddings by Baldwin Video | Equipment Rentals: I Do OBX Chairs, Ocean Atlantic Event Rentals | Photo Booth: OBX Photo Booths The Outer Banks is one of the most popular coastal wedding destinations in the country, and the Outer Banks Wedding Association is the premiere service organization for wedding professionals located in Currituck, Dare, and Hyde counties. With approximately 300 members strong, our organization offers the best resources to brides and those planning events in the Outer Banks. Known for it's popular Outer Banks Bride Magazine and destination wedding inspiration, the Outer Banks Wedding Association boasts local and national recognition.