We hope you'll join them and that your Ocean City, Maryland wedding, will be the beginning of a long and happy life together. Since Matt and I met in 2008, we have had some of our best times together while traveling.Once you've decided on an Ocean City, Maryland, wedding, your first step is to apply for a Worcester County marriage license. Of all the places we've been, our favorites have involved the ocean/beach.We married each other on September 21, 2012 at the Princess Bayside with our friends and family present.We continue to return to the beach and look forward to many more trips to the beach as a couple and eventually start bringing our family to the beach.Call the Clerk of Court Office at 410-632-5500 to find out what's required, and what documents are needed. So we'd love to hear yours: the meeting, the proposal, the preparations, and, of course, your wedding day here in Ocean City, Maryland. So of course when we started wedding planning, we couldn't dream of anything more us than having a beach wedding! When I say that it was a dream come true, there is literally no other way to explain it.We found Rox Beach Weddings online and loved everything we saw! The feeling was so amazing as my dad walked me down the sand toward the man I was about to marry while the sun shone down and the waves crashed in on that beautiful September morning.
All we kept saying afterwards was, How could anyone NOT want to have a beach wedding??
We are very low key people and just wanted a fun, party like wedding.
I did not want to have to call a ton of different vendors and Rox made that happen.
We shocked our friends and family and are looking forward to spending our first anniversary in the same spot next year.
We live in NY and organized our Wedding via phone and internet....about being nervous making sure everything would fall into place!