Archive for the ‘Weddings’ Category

Kate & Judd’s Oceanfront Wedding

Monday, September 28th, 2015

Kate & Judd were married over the summer in a ceremony on the oceanfront lawn at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort on St. Simons Island, Georgia. Their simple, yet elegant wedding let their personalities shine through on their special day. Once Like A Spark Photography was there to capture the ceremony and reception at the resort. For more photos of their wedding, visit Once Like A Spark online.

Oceanfront wedding on St. Simons Island


Wedding ceremony on the oceanfront lawn

Wedding photo on St. Simons Island Pier

Wedding party photo on St. Simons Island

First dance photo

Wedding reception dancing at The King and Prince

Wedding reception on St. Simons Island

Beautiful Floral Accents For Your Fall Wedding

Monday, September 21st, 2015

Fall is in the air and with so many weddings over the next few months, we thought we would give your our picks for floral accents for your wedding. When we think of fall, we think of rich, vibrant colors and of course, pumpkin spice lattes! Sunflowers, Freesias, Magnolias, Orchids, Calla Lilies and Lisianthus are all in season during the months of September through November and make a beautiful addition to your bouquet or tables. Here are our picks to make your fall wedding beautiful!

Burgundy and Cream Wedding Bouquet

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Sunflower Wedding Bouquet

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Fall Wedding Centerpiece

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Fall Wedding Tablescape


Fall Floral Crown

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Pink Wedding Tablescape

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Fall Themed Wedding Bouquet

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For more wedding tips, visit our website!


Save Money With A Recycled Wedding!

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

Those of use who are married know how much “stuff” you can accumulate from your wedding. Usually, decorations are #1 on this list but it could be anything from decorations to planning books to even dresses! Did you know there are websites where you can sell just about anything from your wedding? This is a great way to put a little cash back in your pocket and de-clutter for your new life together. will help you sell your wedding dress (if you are one of those women who aren’t attached to it…and we do have friends who fit into this category). They will even help your bridesmaids sell their dresses and you can sell accessories as well! It really is a one-stop-shop for those who are planning a wedding and are looking for a deal and for those who want to sell some items from their big day.

On you can not only read about beautiful weddings, you can plan your own with their “recycle your wedding” section. Can’t find what you are looking for? That’s ok! They even have a “wanted” section where you can post specific items you are looking for. Some items that you can buy or sell include wedding dresses, shoes, favors and paper goods.What a great way to save on the stylish wedding of your dreams!

Another option that is gaining popularity is buying and selling items on a local Facebook yard sale site. However, if you do go this route, make sure to meet the buyer or seller at your local police department.

A Destination Wedding on St. Simons Island

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015

Brooke & Peter held their destination wedding at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort. The ceremony was held on the beach with a reception following in the historic Delegal Room. Thanks to Graceology Photography for capturing their special day!

Beach Wedding on St. Simons Island

Wedding in front of The King and Prince Resort


Beach Wedding Altar


Bride and Groom on the beach


Wedding Reception in Delegal Room

Bride and Groom cutting the cake

Dancing in the Delegal Room

Bride and Groom

Packing Tips For Your Destination Wedding

Friday, July 31st, 2015
St. Simons Island Wedding Photo

Studio Pixel Pop Photography

Packing for a destination wedding can be a bit more stressful than getting ready for a wedding at home. Unlike having a wedding close to home, often times you cannot just run home (or to the store) and pick up important items that you may forget for your big day. Read on to learn important tips from our wedding experts to make sure you don’t leave anything important behind.

Make a list, check it twice…or even three times…Lists will really be your best friend when packing for your destination wedding. Have a friend or relative check your list to make sure you aren’t forgetting anything. Once you are all packed up, keep that list with you so you don’t forget to pack anything for your trip home!

Keep makeup minimal– especially if you are going somewhere warm…and don’t forget your sunscreen. If you have sensitive skin, make sure you pack your own sunscreen and moisturizer. The last thing you want is to have a reaction to your sunscreen the day of your wedding.

Do you really need ALL of those shoes? Shoes can take up Do yourself a favor and put a few pairs back in your closet. We promise that you won’t miss them…and you’ll have a bit more room for more important things.

Carry on your wedding dress. Do not check it! This is probably one of the most important tips we can give you.

Baggage fees and overweight bags can add up quick. Instead of going over the weight limit on your bags, pack an extra one and pay the extra baggage fee. You will usually pay less for an extra bag than you would for over stuffing your luggage and paying the fee. Also, instead of flying with your extra wedding gear, ship it to your destination, pay a few extra bucks to have it insured and track it. It’s more likely to make it to your destination and not be late.


An Oceanfront Wedding On St. Simons Island

Friday, July 31st, 2015

Local wedding and portrait photographer Jeannie Reeves spent a cool June day photographing Julia & Alan’s wedding at our resort. They said “I do” outside on the oceanfront lawn with the ocean as their backdrop. To see more photos from Julia & Alan’s wedding, or to learn more about Jeannie Reeves Photography, visit her website.

Wedding Bouquet Closeup

Oceanfront Lawn at The King and Prince

Wedding Programs

Wedding Kiss Photo

Wedding Reception at The King and Prince

Oceanfront Wedding on St. Simons Island


To plan your dream wedding at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort, visit our website.

Add A Little “Something Blue” To Your Wedding

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015

They say that the bride should wear “something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue” on her wedding day but we know a lot of brides these days don’t go the traditional route. Here are some of our favorite unique ways to incorporate blue into your wedding day! For more wedding tips, visit our website.

Blanc de Bleu adds a unique twist to your toast! This blue sparkling wine with a hint of blueberry flavor is the first of it’s kind in the United States. It’s such a fun way to add blue to your reception!

Blanc de Bleu Sparkling Wine

These Finn peep toe pumps from Badgley Mischka will add some sparkle and color to your look.

Badgley Mischka Blue Peep Toe

We love the contrast of this blue hydrangea bouquet against the bride’s white dress.

Blue Hydrangea Wedding Bouquet

Make your blue sweet by adding it to your wedding cake. This ombre blue floral cake from Amy Beck Cake Design is a feast for your eyes and taste buds!

Blue Ombre Wedding Cake

Since your wedding day is about celebrating, we know you will eat, drink and be merry….how about serving up some blueberry mojitos for your guests?

Blueberry Mojitos

Mary Liz & Barron’s Summer Wedding on St. Simons Island

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Mary Liz and Barron’s ceremony took place at Lovely Lane Chapel with a reception at The King and Prince Beach and Golf Resort. The resort and the beach created a beautiful backdrop for their special day. Thanks to Peacock Photo & Video for capturing these unforgettable moments. To see more of Mary Liz & Barron’s photos, visit Peacock Photo & Video’s blog.

Portrait of the bride at The King and Prince

Just Married sign on St. Simons Island beach


Bridal party with confetti on beach

Bride and groom on St. Simons Island beach

Wedding photo on St. Simons Island

Alissa & Kyle’s Springtime Wedding

Friday, June 19th, 2015

Alissa & Kyle chose a late spring day to get married on our beautiful oceanfront lawn with the Atlantic ocean as the backdrop. Their friends and family were able to witness them say “I do” before they partied the night away to the sounds of “Trotline” in the historic Delegal room. Stout Photography captured their special day.

Bride and Groom on Beach

Wedding Ceremony on Oceanfront Lawn

Bridesmaids on Beach


Wedding Party on St. Simons Island


Dancing at Wedding Reception

Groomsmen Dancing at Wedding Reception

Wedding Grand Exit

Wedding Grand Exit


Bride and Groom on Beach St. Simons Island

How To Prepare For A Wedding Venue Site Visit

Sunday, June 14th, 2015

Wedding Reception at The King and Prince

Planning a wedding can be very overwhelming. Add to that the fact that most brides who are planning their big day have no experience, and it can make for some major issues on the wedding day. We asked our experts for their tips on questions brides need to ask on a site visit and here is their advice:

When you go to your site visit, be prepared! Have your questions written out ahead of time and bring a pen and paper so you can write down answers and take notes. Also, don’t be afraid to snap some photos of the space. When you are looking at multiple venues, you can forget details about a location or size of a room. Photos can also help when you are planning the layout of the reception space and decor.

A simple question that brides often forget to ask is: How many hours are included in the rental? Also, once you decide on a venue, this information should be in the contract.

Are there restrictions on alcohol, volume or decor? Remember that based on location, each spot may have different restrictions for alcohol and noise/volume of music for a late night reception. The last thing you want is for the DJ or band to have to quiet down because neighbors are complaining of loud music when there is a noise ordinance in place.

Many historic buildings will have restrictions on decor. Make sure you are able to hang lights from the ceiling or hang flowers/decor from the chandeliers. Another thing to keep in mind is that you may want to think a little about decor before you choose a reception venue for this exact reason.

What is included in the site fee? Does the fee only cover rental of the event space or does it include set up and clean up from their staff? Does the fee include any equipment? Make sure it is all written out in your contract.

Where are the parking facilities and is there a fee?

Where are the restrooms located and where are they located in reference to the event space? This is especially important if you have anyone with mobility issues attending your wedding.

If you want candles at your reception, make sure the event space allows for candles. 

Our final words of wisdom: Remember that the more information you have, the better. Always, always, always bring someone with you when you are scouting a place out. Often times, you will forget to ask certain questions or may overlook an issue with the space that your friend/mother/fiancee may catch. Once you decide on a reception venue and you are ready to sign the contract, make sure you are comfortable with everything that is in the contract. If you are not, ask for them to revise it until you are satisfied and comfortable with the terms.