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    Have you considered making your Outer Banks destination wedding more unique?   Meet designer Margaret Miller, Outer Banks Beach Glass, who specializes in custom designed beach glass jewelry and bridal bouquets.  Margaret meets with brides in advance to understand individual tastes and wedding styles before creating authentic personalized pieces. If you have a beach glass collection, use your own pieces to make the jewelry more meaningful. Margaret designs and creates many specialties; including tiaras, bouquets, bracelets, rings, earrings, hair accents, goblets and wedding favors.  lowtidejewels.com.

    Grooms in search of resort-style attire, casual with classic elegance, will appreciate options available at Gray’s Family Department Store.  With store locations in Corolla, Duck and Kitty Hawk, this business offers a large selection of Tommy Bahama clothing and special sizes can be ordered in advance. In addition to clothing, you can find beach-themed wedding favors and other gift ideas, including Brighton jewelry and OluKai sandals:  shopgraysobx.com.

    Luxury Lingerie & Beauty Boutique, located at Scarborough Faire in Duck, stocks a selection of everything from wedding lingerie to comfy pajamas, wedding garters, bridesmaid gifts, unique jewelry pieces, makeup and bath products.  This store is a “must shop” for Outer Banks brides: luxuryobx.com.

    For table favors, wedding party gifts or gift bags, how about special treats from Outer Banks Kettle Corn? Favored by locals and equipped for special events, this company offers kettle corn, cotton candy, snow cones, fresh squeezed lemonade, candy apples, caramel apples, apple pie apples (caramel dipped in white chocolate and rolled in brown sugar and cinnamon), and more. Yum!  obxkettlecorn.com.

    And, for a memorable closing to your Outer Banks beach ceremony, consider a release of white doves. Doves choose one mate for life and are symbolic of new beginnings, peace, love, fidelity, luck and prosperity. Their release is a tradition that has been making ceremonies, rituals and celebrations more uplifting, powerful and meaningful for thousands of years. whendovesfly.com.

    For more information on planning your Outer Banks wedding, visit www.seeyouonthebeachobx.com.

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