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!
Wilco Aviation: See the Island from a new perspective— a bird’s eye view! Located here on St. Simons Island, Wilco offers helicopter tours ranging from 10 minutes to an hour (and all can be tailored to meet your needs). See your favorite spots on St. Simons, like The Village and East Beach, from the air or choose longer tours that include the Sidney Lanier Bridge or Cumberland Island’s wild horses. For more details, call 912-689-9117 or visit their website here.
Mainely Lobster: Located in the shopping center at the roundabout, Mainely Lobster is the newest seafood market on the Island. They provide fresh local seafood and responsibly-sourced lobster from the coast of Maine, which you can have as lobster rolls, lobster bisque, seafood salads, and so much more. Visit their website here.
Savannah Bee Company: Originally from St. Simons Island, Ted Dennard has opened a new retail location in the Pier Village. With 35 years of experience under his belt, Ted has created a thriving business offering a wide variety of gifts including honey, lotion candles, t-shirts, and mead (alcohol made from honey)! Learn more about the company’s history and product line by stopping in at 315 Mallery Street or by visiting their website here.
New Tree Spirit: Woodworking artist, Keith Jennings, created the original 20+ Tree Spirits of St. Simons Island and has recently revisited the Island to grace it with more magic. You can find the stunning new addition next to the Golden Isles Welcome Center at 529 Beachview Dr in the Pier Village area. For more information about the Tree Spirits, visit here.