Myrtle Beach Resorts



Plan Your Dream Destination Wedding in Myrtle Beach

The question was popped by that special someone. You said “yes”. Now it’s time to begin planning. If you’ve always dreamt of packing your bags and exchanging vows in beautiful Myrtle Beach, we’re here to help you figure out the details of your special day. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Wedding Venues

One of the first decisions you’ll want to make is where to hold the ceremony. While most people plan a destination wedding in Myrtle Beach to say their vows with their toes in the sand, there are other options available. If you’re dreaming of saying “I do” surrounded by blooming flowers, you can hold your wedding in the beautiful sculpture gardens of Brookgreen Gardens. There is even a castle, known as Atalaya Castle in Huntington Beach if you need a place to hold your fairytale wedding. A few of our resorts have event spaces available that make picturesque settings for a wedding ceremony, such as the luxurious North Beach Resort & Villas.



Once you’ve nailed down a venue, it’s time to think about how to feed your loved ones that will be there celebrating with you. No matter how big or small your guest list, there are plenty of options for delicious cuisine options around the Grand Strand. You can choose from local seafood, juicy burgers, mouthwatering steaks, spicy tacos, fresh sushi, crispy fried chicken, delicious pizza, and more. From the rehearsal dinner to cocktail hour to the reception, you can customize your menu to include whatever you like. 


When it comes to places for you and your guests to stay, we have plenty of oceanfront accommodations to fit any size group or budget. If you’re hoping for places with all the essentials of home, check out the villas at North Beach. Or you can even splurge and stay together in the penthouse that stretches between the North Beach Towers. Accommodating kids in the group? Breakers Resort offers an indoor water park with 5 slides and Compass Cove features plenty of pools to splash around. With Brittain Resorts our resorts have amenities like indoor and outdoor pools, lazy rivers, hot tubs, on-site dining, on-site Starbucks, fire pits, and more. They’re in ideal locations, centrally located to all the entertainment, attractions, and dining Myrtle Beach has to offer.



When you’re planning your wedding, don’t forget about the following details:

  • Dessert – traditional three-tiered wedding cake, a homemade pie, donut wall, ice cream bar 
  • Flowers – bouquets, boutonnieres, decorations
  • Rentals – lighting, chairs, tables, bar, linens, silverware, glassware
  • Music (ceremony, cocktail hour, reception)- violin, cello, guitar, DJ, or band
  • Photographer/videographer – capture your special day
  • Event planner – someone local that can help you navigate the area
  • Wedding attire – ball gown, lace, silk, suits

From bakeries and florists to local musicians and photographers, there are plenty of companies and people around Myrtle Beach that are happy to bring the little details of your wedding to fruition.


One of the benefits of getting married in a city that’s a vacation destination is that it will cater to your guests, and your honeymoon if you want to extend your stay. Most of your loved ones that are traveling to your wedding will most likely make a weekend or week out of it, and there are plenty of activities to entertain everyone in the group. There is go-kart racing at Broadway Grand Prix, wakeboarding at Shark Wake Park, walking trails at Myrtle Beach State Park, shopping at Barefoot Landing and Market Common, and endless entertainment at Broadway at the Beach. If you’re hoping to catch a show, check out Pirate’s Voyage, Carolina Opry or Alabama Theatre.


Myrtle Beach is an ideal location for your destination wedding. If you’re ready to start planning, check out our accommodations and give us a call and we’ll start helping to bring your fairytale wedding to life.