Topsail Island comprises Topsail, Surf City and North Topsail. All the same island, 3 different municipalities. Great place for a wedding but be sure to check the tides as the beach get's very narrow during high tide in most places. There are a few exceptions, but please, check the tides. Topsail Island is 26 miles long and several reception venues are available. You could rent a beach house with Treasure Island Realty, or use a venue that is set up for weddings. In North Topsail Ocean's Edge is a spectacular venue. Located on the top floor of 2000 New Inlet River Road, it is the highest view of the Island, and the beach is wide even at high tide. Onsite coordinator, food prepared on premises, ready for a turn key event. In Surf City, (Mid Topsail Island) you can use The Surf Center which is the Surf City Welcome Center. It's got 1800 Square Feet and it's near the pier, beach gets narrow at high tide, and during the summer it's a crowded area of the beach. If your tastes run a little on the wild side you could have a pirate wedding on the Belle of Topsail, where the bride can even opt to kidnapped by pirates. They also have a small space at the dock for a reception. Definitely different, but fun. Going to the town of Topsail the Assembly Building is a large structure that can handle larger weddings. Lot's of options, friendly people, I love Topsail Island.
Bride and groom post ceremony, near the Surf Center in Surf City, Topsail Beach, NC.
Groom carrying his bride to the surf on Topsail Beach, NC. Love the reflection. Billy Beach Photography.
Bride and groom posing with dog, on Topsail Beach, NC. Billy Beach Photography.
Groom dipping his bride on Topsail Beach, NC. Beautiful Beach. Billy Beach Photography.