Fourtier Photography opens Coastal Wedding Chapel; open house set July 10

Shown at the ribbon cutting are (l-r) Michael Barlow; Terry Blackney; Julie Cuccia, RBDBCC, Janet Layden; Sue Fortier; Cathy Jansen;; Tom Janse; , Janice Mann; Gwen Osborne; Joan Ruggiano with Rumba; Katie Handy; Kayla Burkentine; Olivia Burkentine
July 7, 2014

The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Fortier Photography’s Coastal wedding chapel June 27.. Members of the Chamber’s Meet & Greet Committee were present to congratulate Fortier Photography on opening the new chapel.

Locally owned photography studio Fortier Photography announces the opening of its Coastal Wedding Chapel. Sue Fortier is excited to bring this new facility to the community in the Henlopen Square mall on Rehoboth Avenue. Fortier said: “Sometimes the couple just wants a simple and meaningful ceremony. At the Coastal Wedding Chapel, we can make that an easy option and a happy memory.” The new chapel is an affordable and elegant alternative to a courthouse wedding. Couples planning a beach wedding now have a back-up plan for inclement weather by reserving the chapel for their ceremony. The chapel has many versatile options, as a couple can choose between a formal (white-draped wall with colorful up-lighting) or an option to be married in front of the mural of a beach house window overlooking the beach and ocean. Both settings are complemented with festive balloon ceiling drapes. An Open House Reception is planned for Thursday, July 10, from 3 to 7 p.m.  For more information contact 302-604-2646, or

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