Myrtle Beach, S.C.—The Breakers Resort has long been known as a vacation destination where families can spend time together by the pool, on the beach or on the golf course. But now the Breakers is gaining traction as a popular spot for oceanfront weddings in Myrtle Beach.
The centerpiece of the “dream wedding” experience at the Breakers is a reception in the Farlow Ballroom, designed to hold parties of between 50 and 150 people. Its sweeping oceanfront views make for a cherished memory for brides, grooms and guests alike. And for those who choose to say “I do” on premises at the Breakers, there is the Seaside Lawn, providing a backdrop of palm trees, sun and ocean to the exchange of vows.
The Breakers wedding reception formula is customizable but centers around a pre-reception cocktail hour followed by dinner, champagne toast and cake-cutting service. There are six reception packages—Pearl, Silver, Golden, Platinum, Royal and Deluxe—with distinguishing options such as cash, host and open bars to fit any taste or budget.
Debra Galligan serves as director of sales for The Breakers wedding services and Miranda Cotten is a group sales and catering coordinator. For more information about the Breakers or Brittain Resort Management’s other properties, visit http://www.MyrtleBeachHotels.com or call (888) 501-8227.
About Brittain Resort Management
Brittain Resort Management is a full service resort management organization that was formally organized in 2007, but with roots beginning in the 1950s at the historic Chesterfield Inn in the heart of Myrtle Beach, S.C. Today, Brittain offers a unique and exceptional vacation experience in over 10,000 year-round vacation rentals. Through partnerships, joint ventures and family ties, Brittain owns, manages, or has an association with Breakers Resort, Caribbean Resort, Ocean Reef Resort, North Beach Plantation and Cottages, Breakers Resort North, Pawleys Plantation, Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort, Compass Cove Resort, Long Bay Resort, Dunes Village Resort, Myrtlewood Villas, Paradise Resort, Atlantica Resort, Palmetto Shores and Beach-Vacations, and MyrtleBeachGolf.com.
Some of the amenities featured at these resorts include indoor and outdoor pools, restaurants, lazy rivers, indoor and outdoor water slides, water parks, Starbucks coffee shops, and conference and meeting facilities. For more information, visit http://www.myrtlebeachhotels.com