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Tips on Eloping in the Oregon coast

Updated: Jan 17




I have had so many couples ask me about eloping on the Oregon coast and I wanted to be able to cater to what my couples are looking for. I hope this blog can help clarify questions about your big day on the coast!


These are some common questions I get:


"Where can I elope on the Oregon Coast?"


There are so many locations you can choose for your Oregon Coast elopement. If you don’t want a popular spot I have so many little hidden gems along the coast that will make for an intimate experience between you and your loved ones! This is a list of some beautiful and popular spots!

  • SAMUEL H. BOARDMAN SCENIC CORRIDOR

  • CAPE KIWANADA

  • CANNON BEACH

  • ECOLA STATE PARK

  • HUG POINT

“How can I legally get married on the Oregon Coast?”


To legally get married on the Oregon Coast you need to have a Oregon marriage license, two witnesses and an officiant. Depending on your guest count you may also need a wedding permit to get married in certain locations, but typically if your guest count is under 50, you do not need a permit to get married on Oregon’s beaches.


“What do you need to elope in Oregon?”


In order to elope in Oregon, you will need a marriage license, officiant, and proper permits. Keep in mind, not every location/elopement needs permits. Other than that, everything else is a bonus!


“How much does it cost to elope in oregon?”


An elopement can cost as much as you make it! You can stay in a hotel, buy a dress from amazon and do the thing, or stay in a unique Airbnb and bring along all the beautiful details! An elopement in Oregon can cost anywhere between $5,000-$20,000 depending on what you want to spend your money on!


THE 7 STEPS TO PLANNING AN OREGON COAST ELOPEMENT:


Step 1: Choose a Location & Pick a Date

Step 2: Find Your Ceremony Location and Apply for Permits

Step 3: Book Vendors & Find Lodging (The earlier the better so you can hire your dream vendors!!)

Step 4. Plan your Elopement Activities

Step 5. Create a Timeline

Step 6: Have the best elopement day EVER.
























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