Hilton Head Weddings and Bridal
Tucked away along South Carolina’s coast is a destination wedding paradise, Hilton Head Island. It’s the perfect setting to tie the knot and create memories of a lifetime. Twice a year, in February and September, Hilton Head Monthly magazine devotes a special section to weddings in Hilton Head. We also offer a premiere Bridal Showcase event, where the Lowcountry’s top vendors gather and where brides can make plans for their dream wedding. For more information, call us today at (843) 842-6988.
2013 Hilton Head Bridal Show
Your wedding day is so much more than just you and your spouse-to-be standing in front of God and family to declare your love for one another. It is a minefield of possible disasters that you must avert at all costs. It is a lovely chance to reconnect with family. It is a crisis-management gauntlet you must run while looking fabulous every step of the way. And it is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to express yourself. All of this, the good and the not-so-good, makes up your big day.
The wedding reception candy bar is a thing of the past. The make-your-own s’mores station has been played out. Mini cupcakes? So 2009.
So what hidden menu surprises are brides and grooms offering their guests these days?
The answer, oddly enough, is a late-night snack.
The 2013 Hilton Head Bridal Show was a huge success, with more than 45 vendors sharing the best the Lowcountry has to offer with hundreds of guests. Photos are coming in from the show, so check back to see more.
If you have ever attended a wedding, or a formal affair, the meal is always that one aspect that will be remembered for being a hit or a flop. Wedding food could and should be amazing; it should be something to remember when you and your guests look back on your wedding day. In the overall wedding budget, the largest amount of the couple’s money will be spent in this category, so plan with care when selecting the caterer, the menu, and style of service for your wedding.
When selecting a venue (see March column), you’ll notice some venues have their own exclusive caterer or in-house food and beverage department. Otherwise, a couple must research off-premises caterers to fulfill this position.