I would love to talk with you and find the easiest way to tell my guests how to get onto post and how they will have to go thru the checkpoint, and how to find their way to the chapel and to Mckellar's Lodge for the reception. Any ideas? Thanks Lori
Hey Lori! I came by your post because my boyfriend and I are looking to get married in Ft. Bragg in the near future. I am wondering, what did you have to do to get married on post? Was there anything different that you had to do as opposed to getting married not on a military base? Any information would be helpful!
Are you military? You will have to get approval first, and start there. I can tell you more once I know what your plans are. It was a beautiful place to get married. I only wish I had someone that could have given me pointers prior to my planning. It all turned out just like a fairytale for me! Good luck with your planning and let me know if I can help! I have some extra wedding stuff left over if you need something. Lori
I am in the process of speaking to the NCOIC of the Post Chapel. I am military as well as my fiance. What kind of pointers do you think would have been helpful for your wedding, and any information you can provide me with would be very much appreciated!!
You can book your wedding at the Main Post Chapel 6 months in advance. Therefore, February is the earliest. Generally there is a 2 hour block for your wedding. This will include getting ready, decorations, ceremony, pictures, and clean up. I have photographed many weddings on Fort Bragg to include JFK, 82nd, and Main Post Chapel. The Main Post is by far the prettiest. If you can book your wedding there, then do it. Here is a photo of the inside for your viewing. If you need any additional information, just give me a call... I offer free consultations to the Military.