NON-DENOMINATIONAL MINISTER and CEREMONIALIST
Rev. KATRINA WYNNE, M.A.
P.O. Box 956, Yachats, OR
The Central Oregon Coast offers many spectacular locations for your special ceremony. Everything from the historic lighthouses, to the many parks, beaches, and private homes. Most of the ocean front motels offer ceremony sites and accommodations for guests and receptions.
Here are some of the beautiful locations in Lincoln and Lane counties, the heart of the Oregon Coast.
Yachats is the “Gem of the Oregon Coast” and has locations in town, on the coast, and within a short drive along the coast for magnificent ceremony sites.
Heceta Head Lighthouse is the most spectacular location on the Oregon Coast. It includes the Heceta Head Lightkeeper Bed & Breakfast for overnight guests at this location.
Another dramatic beach location south of Yachats is Neptune Beach
For more ideas in the Yachats area, please visit the “Elopements and Yachats locations” page.
Travel Oregon has a great little video on more remote sites along the coast. Link here.
Heceta Head is close to Florence, another lovely coastal town.
Some of the unique locations for weddings in Florence include a boat trip on the Siuslaw, on top of a sand dune, or in one of the many ocean front parks.
This sweet, private, gazebo has a magnificent view of the beach and Alsea Bay.
Newport is a lovely city surrounded by forest land with several public parks.
Newport has many beach and beach front locations. Some ceremonies are held on boat tours on Yaquina Bay.
Special coastal locations.
Rental homes are a private option for ceremonies.
Lincoln City also has lovely beaches and wedding venues.
PACIFIC CITY / TILLAMOOK
One of the most remote, yet breathtaking locations for an outdoor ceremony is located in the Cape Lookout State Park
More images will be added over time.
Please contact Rev. Katrina for scheduling your special ceremony.
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