A few weeks ago, I shared a preview of my weekend in Islamorada. I promised I'd come back and share more about the resort and the island.
Guy Harvey Islander Resort and checked in we went to go see our guest villa. The villas all included Guy Harvey artwork throughout, a sitting area, a kitchen, a screened in patio, and lounge chairs outside.
*Made a friend on the way to the beach*
I had been preparing for the show for the past few months, and I was excited to share our brand and network with the destination wedding vendors and brides. The event was gorgeous and a total success! I really enjoyed getting to know some of the vendors and resort representatives in the area.
The event even had an open bar, which was nice considering all the wedding shows I attended while I was planning my wedding had cash bars.Wahoos for lunch with a view of the water.
Lorelei Cabana Bar for the sunset celebration.
Postcard Inn, but it was closed for renovations and will be re-opened in the spring.
it was time to check out and say goodbye, but not without a stop for one last meal with a view for breakfast. So of course, we ventured back across the street to Lorelei's which was our favorite spot of the trip. The menu prices are very reasonable, there's live music, and you're right on the water.