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Wedding Planning Event in Savannah, GA (and How to Attend Free)

February 9th, 2014 by Teresa Jacobson

Savannah Wedding at Bed and Breakfast

“The best time to love with your whole heart is always now, in this moment, because no breath beyond the current is promised.”
-Fawn Weaver

Wedding Planning season is upon us and we are sure it’ll be no surprise to learn that most proposals occur in the time-frame between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, or that 46% of couples share the good news via Facebook!  And how about these little factoids: In 2011, 62 proposals took place via the Jumbotron at Fenway Park in Boston,  2000 engagements per year happen at Disney World, and on average 75-100 people ride the ferry to propose at the Statue of Liberty annually. Wait, did you know the average length of an engagement is 14 months?

Holy moly – but what is this all leading up to?  The Fifth Annual Behind the Veil wedding planning event in Savannah, GA hosted by our city’s only bridal Lifestyle magazine, Savannah Weddings. And we have the inside scoop on how to attend free!

On Sunday, March 2, 2014, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Telfair Museums in historic downtown Savannah you will have the opportunity to meet LOCAL expert wedding professionals who are deeply entwined in all that this low country coastal wedding destination has to offer.  Join these top professionals for tastings, consultations, luxe giveaways and a top-label gown show, presented by BleuBelle Bridal Boutique, Simon’s Formal Wear, B Street Salon, Savannah Makeup and Skincare Professionals, Urban Poppy, and Jeremy Davis & The Equinox Jazz Quintet. And don’t forget to book your Savannah honeymoon at the Azalea Inn & Gardens!

A mainstay of romance in the South’s most beautiful city, Azalea Inn & Gardens offers a small intimate venue for couples who want to stay focused on each other on their day of days.  More than 100 couples who have chosen to elope to Savannah select our inn for the personal attention that comes wrapped in our elopement package. Small and personal, our package offers a chance for couples to really come together and start a brand new chapter. This one-on-one wedding is perfect for those who are looking for a more personal experience and is most often chosen by second-marriage couples.

Other couples have chosen the inn as the site for their family and friends only wedding ceremony. Reserving the entire inn for two or three days and  relaxing, these couples taking great comfort in knowing that their guests will have this vibrant Southern city to amuse and enthrall them. All while they relax in the gracious surroundings of our intimate Bed and Breakfast- what better way can you celebrate? Wedding planning has never looked this promising!

Wait, we did promise to tell you how to attend this event for free.  Simply follow these steps.

  1. Pick someone to come with you – your soon-to-be-groom or your bride’s maid.
  2. Book one or two nights at the inn to include Sunday, March 2, 2014.
  3. Mention Behind the Veil in the comment section if booking online, or tell our staff if you are booking by phone.
  4. On arrival TWO tickets to the event will be yours!

It’s really that easy.  So come on! It’s time to start a new adventure- Savannah is waiting for you.

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”

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Remembrance of Rainy Days Past

October 15th, 2009 by Teresa Jacobson

It rained relentlessly yesterday, sometimes sputtering droplets on annoyed heads, and at times so heavy it washed the color completely out of the landscape.  This kind of weather usually means a power outage, and it put me in mind of a day last summer and a funny innkeeping story.

pat-and-robin-newlyweds-500-300x2251It was a wild week at the inn in mid-July, 2008. It began on Monday at about 7 a.m. with a bang – literally – as the transformer behind our carriage house (where Jake and I lived) blew out. Jake quickly donned his pants and keys and unlocked the gate to the back lane to investigate. The culprit didn’t even try to escape. At the bottom of the pole lay a Kamikaze squirrel who single-handily took out several blocks of electricity.

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