Will + Madi

Will + Madi

join us on 06.01.13 for love, laughter, & happily ever after

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Ceremony & Reception Details

July 8, 2012 1 Comment

We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting our wedding at Murrells Inlet’s Atalaya Castle in Huntington Beach State Park. This beautiful beachside structure was originally the winter home of the philanthropist Archer Huntington and his wife, sculpter Anna Huntington. It was built in the early 1930s and was eventually leased to the state in 1960… Myrtle Beach residents and vistors have been enjoying the lovely historic building ever since.

Our ceremony will begin at 5:30 pm on Saturday, June 01, 2013, and the reception will last until 10:30 pm.

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Our Unplugged Wedding

July 8, 2012

We want you to be able to fully enjoy our wedding day, being truly present in the moment with us. We have hired an incredible wedding photographer who will capture the way the wedding looks- and we invite each of you to sit back and simply enjoy how the wedding feels. We respectfully ask that everyone leave all cameras and cell phones off during the entire ceremony & reception. We ask you to refrain so that we can see your face, and you can see ours, both now and forever in the photos that our photographer will capture. And, of course, we will be happy to share our photos with you afterward!

Lodging

July 7, 2012

What about lodging? Well, the Robertsons would love for you to welcome you to their family’s privately-owned and -operated BEST WESTERN PLUS Grand Strand Inn & Suites while you are in South Carolina. Madison’s family have owned the property for over 45 years and want to bring you into this part of their lives. Furthermore, Myrtle Beach is one of the top vacation destinations in the entire U.S., so we understand it you want to multi-purpose and make attending our wedding your summer vacation. Any wedding guests who decide to stay with the Robertsons will receive a 25% discount for the duration of their stay. It’s our way of introducing you to true Southern hospitality!

Just give us a call at 1-800-433-1461 or 843-448-1461 to make a reservation.

If you would like to make other accommodations, there are plenty of good hotels to choose from in the area. We only suggest that you use a guest review website, like TripAdvisor.com, to inform you of your choices before you make a decision. We hope our wedding is as great experience for all of our guests and would love to help make your travel plans as easy as possible.

Also, due to the traffic of the Memorial Day Bike Rally, we would highly suggest that you arrange your travel plans so that you arrive in Myrtle Beach no earlier than Tuesday, May 28th.

A Weekend in Myrtle Beach

July 4, 2012

Myrtle Beach, SC. Not only is it the location of our wedding, but it is one of the most popular vacation spots on the East Coast! There is a TON to do in the area, but we want you to know what really is worth your time… so we’ve narrowed it down to our absolute favorites. If we had only three days to spend in Myrtle, here is what we would do:

Day 1 (Friday):

  • Rent a car at Enterprise Rent-A-Car. You will be glad you have one!
  • Get a taste of Murrells Inlet’s famous seafood at Bliss Restaurant & Lounge. While you are there, don’t forget to unwind on the MarshWalk, listen to a live band, and watch the sunset over the bay.

Day 2 (Saturday):

  • If you are staying at the Robertson’s motel, get a free deluxe continental breakfast (Madi recommends the biscuits and gravy!).
  • Go to the beach! And don’t forget your sunscreen.
  • Come to our wedding at Atayala Castle! Cry, laugh, dance, eat, and be a part of us beginning our life together.

Day 3 (Sunday):

  • If you aren’t still full from last night, the free breakfast still applies =) If you’re seeking some variety, try Akel’s House of Pancakes ((843) 449-4815).
  • Walk the brand-new BoardWalk and Promenade. Buy a cheap t-shirt, play an arcade game, or just enjoy the ocean breeze with an ice-cream cone.
  • Get some seriously good eats at Mr. Fish. It’s a “hole-in-the-wall” and the name says it all.
  • Dine at Villa Romana. It’s the best Italian food on the beach and where we had our first date.
  • Check out Broadway at the Beach, where you can shop, catch a movie, or zipline across the lake. It’s kinda like Downtown Disney, South Carolina style.

We hope you enjoy your time at the beach! Let us know if you have any questions on what else to do… we’d LOVE to give suggestions.

And for all of you who are technologically inclined, here is a map with all of the places below: