Hilton Head Weddings and Bridal
You can’t throw a spoon in a restaurant these days without hitting someone who has a food allergy, sensitivity or personal dietary restriction. Bringing a glutenfree dish to a dinner party or a batch of nut-free cookies to your child’s classroom is now the norm, not the exception.
So you can imagine how complicated it’s getting to cater a wedding.
The event planning publication Special Events recently polled 100 caterers about their changing business, and 95 percent said that in the past five years, the percentage of specialty orders they plan has steadily grown.
Vote for your favorite bride, groom or bridal party from the 2014 Hilton Head Bridal Show. The winning couple from photo will be featured in an upcoming issue of Hilton Head Monthly and Bluffton Monthly. To vote, like the photo.
The "Most Beautiful Booth" award from the 2014 Hilton Head Bridal Show was awarded to Make It Pretty floral design and LowCountry Bride & Gown. More than 75 vendors participated in the event on Feb. 9 at the Westin Resort & Spa, making it the Lowcountry's largest bridal show to date.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ARNO DIMMLING AND KEITH VANDER SCHAAF
Monthly’s 2014 Hilton Head Bridal Show took place Feb. 9 at the Westin Resort and Spa. With more than 75 vendors, it was our largest bridal event to date. The show introduced brides, grooms, their friends and family members to wedding vendors such as florists, photographers, caterers, bakers, videographers, dress makers and venue hosts. There was also two free workshops along with food and beverages. Many thanks to all that helped make it a special afternoon. The “Most Beautiful Booth” award went to LowCountry Bride & Gown (pictured left). Here are other images from the show.