Dianne & Warren exchanged vows in a beautiful oceanfront ceremony at The King and Prince Resort on St Simons Island, Georgia. Surrounded by sunshine and smiles, their “I Do’s” were followed by a reception in the Resort’s Delegal Room with pops of orange and LOTS of dancing. Here’s a peek into their special day:
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With plenty of sunshine on an August afternoon, lots of smiles from friends & family, and the perfect pops of blue, Nicole & Shea celebrated their special day in an oceanfront ceremony at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort followed by a reception in the Resort’s Delegal Room.
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Indoors? Outdoors? Spring? Winter? Noon? Nighttime? It doesn’t matter. We’ve got a drink for you to try! Check out some of the fun and delicious drink recipes that ECHO restaurant and bar has shared below.
8) Pimm’s Cup
10) Pumpkin Martini
11) Tiramisu Martini
For more drink ideas and recipes, click here to visit our website and view all of the recipes that ECHO has shared!
1) No Glow? No problem. Coconut Water.
This magic elixir is here for you, in more ways than one! Drink it up, soak it up, or why not try both?! It’s the ultimate 2fer! Coconut water helps clear toxins from your skin AND makes sure you are totally glowing on your Big Day! You should notice more radiant and moisturized skin by the time you walk down the aisle.
2) Pore me? Ice, Ice, Baby.
Stress and adrenaline can take a toll on your skin. The countdown to the wedding can certainly contribute! Here’s a cool solution- ice cubes. It’s your special day, so don’t sweat the small stuff.
3) Case of the Casper? 2 words. Spray Tan.
This trick is nothing new, but if spraying isn’t in your normal beauty routine then we advise that you try spraying in advance. We’ve seen Bride Wars. It’s important to not overdo and to also choose a shade that works with your natural skin tone. We also like that you can achieve the sun-kissed skin with minimal time required!
4) 50 Shades of Whiter Teeth! That’s Something to Smile About. Charcoal Capsules.
Surprisingly, charcoal is very effective at removing stains on your teeth. Activated charcoal capsules are sold as dietary supplements at most health stores so if you ingest a little, you’ll be okay. Crack a capsule open and dip a wet toothbrush in the charcoal and brush lightly for a few minutes. Make sure you don’t scrub too hard because the jury is still out on whether it’s abrasive enough to damage your enamel.
5) What’s taking so long!? Hair’s the plan: Extensions or Biotin.
While patience is a virtue, time is also of the essence. Want instant longer locks? Have some fun and try extensions. Want to grow your own? Biotin is the ultimate go-to vitamin. Your hair will thank you!
Dennis & Katie’s special day in May was full of sunshine & smiles! Check out some of the gorgeous pics that Brooke Roberts Photography was able to snap.
Ceremony Venue: St Simons Presbyterian Church
Reception Venue: Lanier Ballroom at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort
Photography: Brooke Roberts Photography
Florist: Cottage Flowers
Coordinator: Olivia Pitts
Cake: I Do Wedding Cakes
Music: Chris Thomas Band
Lighting: Island Sound
After having their “First Look” at The Avenue of the Oaks, Jenni & Devin celebrated their special day with an all oceanfront affair at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort. Their outdoor ceremony took place on the lawn, followed by dinner in the Lanier Ballroom, and dancing in the Delegal Room. Here’s a peek at some of the photos snapped by Brooke Roberts Photography:
Venue: The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort
Photographer: Brooke Roberts Photography
Wedding Coordinator: Beth Williams
Hair & Make Up: Tifani Margaux Hair and Make Up Artistry
Florals: Straton Hall Events
Cake: I Do Wedding Cakes
Transportation: Martin’s Vintage Rides and Lighthouse Trolleys and Cap Fendig’s Dolphin Tours
Leigh and Jason were married at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort in an oceanfront ceremony on the lawn, followed by cocktail hour inside, and a reception in the Lanier Ballroom. In addition to fun party favors, such as sunglasses and light up sticks, they chose to also have cotton candy and the quintessential photo booth. To set their style apart, they accented their ceremony and reception with shades of green- notice the light ombre effect at the bottom of her dress, the flowers on the cake, and the uplighting of the ballroom.
Evelyn & Zachary had a summer wedding here on St Simons Island, GA. The ceremony took place at Wesley United Methodist Church and the reception on the outdoor lawn and the Delegal Room at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort. Their amazing wedding was bursting with personality- from the bright bridesmaid kimonos to the doctor-themed groom’s cake. Add in their classic car and unique dance floor and this couple definitely wins an award for their abilities to blend personal style into their Big Day!
Photos courtesy of Chris Moncus Photography.
Just started planning the Big Day? Or is your date just around the proverbial corner? Doesn’t matter. There’s still plenty of time to incorporate Rose Quartz, 2016’s Color of the Year, into your wedding or reception. Here’s a quick list of 7 ideas for you to try:
1. Accent your bridal look
2. Accent the ladies in your bridal party
3. Accent with florals
Bouquets: Floral Designs by Trish
4. Accent your cakes
5. Accent guest favors with sweet treats like macarons
Macarons: Tree House Macarons
6. Accent your venue or tents with drapery, linens, and lighting
Decorations: Beachview Event Rentals
7. Accent your entire evening with a St. Simons Island sunset
Photo courtesy of Stephanie Dee Photography
We might be biased, but we think the sun setting over the beach here at The King and Prince is the best rose quartz accent you could pick!
Laura & Cole planned an amazing November wedding that encompassed all aspects of St. Simons Island. From a beautiful ceremony under the Island’s oak trees at Epworth By the Sea, trolley transportation by St. Simons Trolley Tours, oceanfront cocktails on the lawn at The King and Prince Resort, to a reception full of laughter and dancing in our iconic Delegal Room. Each detail was masterfully planned including the pops of color with the blue bridesmaid dresses and the bright yellow sunflowers, the lace bolero Laura wore for her photos and ceremony, and the classic light strands selected for their seaside sunset cocktail hour- see for yourself in the photos below, courtesy of Stephanie Dee Photography.
Wedding Planning Team & Rentals: Cocktails & Details
Wedding Ceremony Venue: Epworth By The Sea
Wedding Ceremony Musicians & Reception DJ: Island Sound
Officiant: Dee Glass
Wedding Reception Venue & Caterers: The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort
Photographer: Stephanie Dee Photography
Cinematographer: Jonah Vox Weddings
Florist: Cottage Flowers
Hair & Makeup: Devyn Miller
Transportation: St Simons Trolley