Photography courtesy of Bobbi Brinkman Photography
Venue + Catering: The King and Prince Resort (Ceremony: Oceanfront Lawn, Reception: Delegal Ballroom)
DJ: Justin with Island Sound
Coordinator: Ally Moline
Posts Tagged ‘Georgia Weddings’
Photography courtesy of Bobbi Brinkman Photography
Photography: Brooke Roberts Photography
Florals: Cottage Flowers
DJ: Island Sound
Cake: Cathy Deal
Hair: Taylor at 30 Volume Salon
Gown: Essense of Australia at Jadore Bridal
Ceremony, Reception + Catering: The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort
Choosing colors for your wedding will help bring out your personality for your special day, but deciding which colors to use can be a headache because there are SO many options! Our wedding experts have chosen their top picks for spring 2015 wedding colors!
Aquamarine – We think this color would look great for a beach wedding. Complimenting the colors of the sand, it is a flattering color on most skin tones.
Tangerine – Add a pop of color to your bouquet with bright flowers! Adding a few bright colors into the mix will make the bouquet uniquely you!
Purple – A timeless, classic, and we think a rather “royal” color; there are so many different ways to use purple in your wedding. We love the idea of different shades/flowers on the table at the reception combined with purple napkins to tie it all together.
No matter which colors you choose, we know your wedding will be one of the most beautiful days in your life! For more information about planning your wedding, visit our website.
Your wedding day is a time to celebrate you and your spouse but also to share with family and friends the things that mean the most to you. Many couples use their ceremony or reception to show their personality. Here are a few suggestions to show off your peach state pride on your big day!
We love this idea of incorporating fresh fruit for your guests to take home. What better way to show your peach state pride than with a peach?
You can’t say “Georgia” without thinking about Coke! Give your guests a taste of the south with old fashioned glass coke bottles.
Send your guests home with a “Georgia on my mind” koozie.
For a unique (and beautiful) bouquet, add raw cotton which is also one of Georgia’s top crops!
Instead of a traditional guestbook, have your guests sign a Georgia “guestbook” that you can display in your home.
For more wedding tips, visit our website.
Was today the day? Did he choose the most romantic day of the year to tell you he wanted to spend the rest of his life with you? Congratulations! So you’ve called your parents and all your friends, posted pictures on Facebook, and told pretty much everybody who’ll listen: “I’m getting married!” Now it’s time to plan. Deciding on the perfect place for your happily ever after to begin is certainly a daunting task, with which we are glad to help. We are going to let the pictures tell the story… Then, give Ruth and Scarlett a call at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort and start planning the destination beach wedding of your dreams!
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Looking for that perfect destination wedding venue? Come here, under the St. Simons sun, and create an event to draw together your closest family and dearest friends, changing lives forever. Whether that means a gang of four – or 300 of your most cherished soul mates The King and Prince Resort is perfectly scaled to frame your wedding in a way that will create memories for years to come.
Consider this: a ceremony or reception on the oceanfront lawn for 300. A banquet in the Lanier Ballroom for 280. Brunch in the historic, ocean-limned Delegal Room for 200.
Envisioning a more intimate scale? Imagine your event in the Retreat Room or Solarium with panoramic views of the Atlantic. Or head out to the Ocean Terrace Grill for a relaxed venue and refreshments. Then again, there’s always the balcony on your oceanfront room: A bottle of champagne, room service, and thou!
‘Tis the season for all things spooky and scary right about now. And let’s face it, planning any wedding can sometimes generate a few shades of the macabre. Why not face the demons head on and schedule a “Ghost Walk of St. Simons” tour one enchanted evening with your resort wedding guests? After all, Coastal Living ranks the St. Simons lighthouse as one of the Top Ten Haunted Lighthouses in the US. You’ll walk in the footsteps of the past, learn a little local history……..and it’s dog- and kid-friendly. Your guests will love it – and you for daring to diverge from the beaten path. Then, the next day as you lounge on the beach or in one of the King and Prince’s six swimming pools, you might just feel a little more connected to the sights and sounds of this very special beach wedding resort.
What’s the latest trend in weddings? The oldest things in the world: simplicity, family, and friends. Gone are the days when bride and groom spent their wedding day isolated from others, like figures on a wedding cake. Regardless of their potential to spend, couples today are looking to connect with others rather than trying to impress them.
And, of course, the perfect venue for elegance and simplicity is a Georgia beach wedding at the King and Prince Resort. There you can spend hours overlooking the Atlantic, or explore the community that is the island itself. You’re not in a faceless “all-inclusive” golden cage, but rather surrounded by history and interests at all levels, from sports to history to spa.
If I had it to do all over again, I’d be here. Hmmmmm maybe 25th anniversary coming up? Save the date……………
Loving the idea of a rustic wedding but don’t want to do the whole barn-haybale-kerchief thing? Elegant-ize your event with a St. Simons Island Wedding at the King and Prince! Shrimp and Grits are a local, down-home fare – just perfect for a relaxed brunch or elegant reception. Our Shrimp and Grits recipe has won the ‘People Choice’ prize at the Wild Georgia Shrimp & Grits Festival – they are that good! If you can’t make it to our restaurant or just want a taste of St. Simons Island at home, click here for our famous recipe!
Looking for the perfect destination wedding venue? Create a little of your own history at the King and Prince. Gorgeous blue stained glass windows frame the ocean view in the resort’s Delegal Room. The room, named for the first British fortification on the south end of the island, sets the stage for an elegant reception or welcome brunch. Each window bursts with light, depicting St. Simons scenes: St. Simons Lighthouse, the Battle of Bloody Marsh, Christ Church, the beach, the King and Prince……..Or, for a more casual spin, create a treasure hunt for guests: first one to visit each historic sight wins a prize (maybe a return trip?).