Wedding Ceremony Options At The Isles Restaurant & Tiki Bar, Located In Ocean Isle Beach NC

Oceanfront Weddings of NC Barefoot Beach Wedding Package

Oceanfront Weddings of NC
Barefoot Beach Wedding Package
At the Islander Inn

The Islander Inn An Ocean Isle Hotel, Brunswick County, NC

The Barefoot Beach Wedding Package $1000
The Package Includes:
-Draped Bamboo Canopy or Gazebo usage & setup at The Islander Inn*
-Up to 50 white ceremony chairs set up on the beach at The Islander Inn
– OR up to 35 chairs if using the Gazebo at The Islander Inn
– 2 night stay for newlyweds in an Oceanfront Room (based on availability)
– Chilled bottle of champagne & gourmet chocolates for the newlyweds
– Gift Certificate for two to the Isles Restaurant
-Complimentary use of the Semi Private ocean view dining room at The Isles Beach Club or the breakfast room at The Islander Inn**

*Officiant not included **All food/alcohol must be provided by the Isles and/or the Islander Inn. Set menus apply to both reception areas. With the Barefoot Package, to utilize a complimentary reception area, during the Season, when the Isle’s is open to the public, there is a food & beverage minimum of $600. During the off-season, when the Isles is closed to the public, there is a $1500 minimum (minimums are exclusive of sales tax and gratuity).

If you are renting the Private Banquet Room at The Isles, you are not required to purchase a package. You may simply customize your own ceremony at The Isles by adding the ceremony components you desire (e.g., Bamboo Canopy, Bali Flags, Chairs) Please note that the rental of the Private Banquet Room, at the Isles, does not include the package offerings listed above. A package may be purchased in addition to the rental of the Private Banquet Room, if desired.

Booking & Payment Policy: To book the Barefoot Package at the Islander Inn, a 50% deposit is required. The balance is due three days prior to check-in. If a reception has been arranged, payment for the food and beverage is due when the guest number is finalized, two weeks prior to the scheduled wedding date.