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.
LONG HAIR OR SHORT HAIR, CURLY HAIR OR STRAIGHT HAIR, A FLAWLESS BRIDAL UPDO IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE TO THE BRIDE. A BRIDE NOT ONLY DREAMS OF HER PERFECT DAY, BUT LOOKING HER ABSOLUTE BEST AS WELL. THE KEY TO LOOKING GOOD IS IN THE PREPARATION.
Brides should schedule their hair trials about three months prior to the wedding. Pictures of bridal updos that are inspiring to the bride should be taken with her as well as a veil or headpiece she plans to wear. Pinterest is a great resource for hair-style inspiration. The more prepared you can be for your stylist, the better the communication process will be during the trial, as well as the day of the wedding. If you like the look of the front of a hairstyle in one picture, and the back hairstyle of another picture, bring them both.
A bride should wear makeup to the hair trial, or combine the hair and makeup trial on the same day. This will help the bride get the best visual of how her look will come together on her wedding day.
When you start planning a wedding, you think you’re hosting one big party. But along the way someone will helpfully point out that there are several other parties you should be planning too. (This helpful person will most likely not be helpful enough to pay for said parties.) These complementary wedding parties are like cousins to the actual wedding: They’re not mandatory but they are traditional, and some could even be considered expected.
The good news is you’ll have help planning them – in fact in some cases you won’t even be in charge! (Deep breaths…) To get you started, we’ve compiled a simple list of ‘dos and don’ts’ for each of these wedding-related soirees. Now that’s helpful.
Hilton Head Monthly is thrilled to feature the Beste-Goldstein Wedding, which took place May 26, 2013. By an overwhelming vote, Kristin Beste and Daniel Goldstein were voted as our featured couple from the Hilton Head Monthly 2013 Bridal Show.
Kristin Beste and Daniel Goldstein started as classmates, then later as friends, and shortly thereafter fell in love during their PT study at The University of Delaware. On June 9, 2012, after a walk in the campus square, Daniel stunned Kristin when he got down on one knee and proposed.
Hilton Head Monthly is partneringwith The Westin Hilton Head Resort & Spa for the 2014 Bridal Show. Heading into its seventh year, the annual event has transformed into the premier bridal event of the Lowcountry, introducing future brides and grooms to wedding vendors such as florists, photographers, caterers, bakers, videographers, dress makers and venue hosts.