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Following Tradition

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BLUE

Something Old

To symbolize this, brides may choose to wear a piece of antique family jewelry or a locket with photos of parents or grandparents. Other customary heirlooms include a handkerchief, a scarf or a piece of lace which belonged to a loved one.

Sand Castle, our long-standing establishment dates back to the 1940’s once called Casa Seville, hosting extravagant Galas and political gatherings with notable individuals.

Something New

Wearing a new item on your wedding day conveys the message that you and your husband are creating a new union that will endure forever. Some typical items used can be a wedding gown, flowers or wedding bands.

After two decades of business, the beauty of Sand Castle has been restored hosting only one affair at a time. Our renewal provides a perfect and intimate setting.

Something Borrowed

“Borrowing” is especially important, since it has to come from a happily married woman, thereby lending the bride some of her own marital happiness to carry into the new marriage.

Countless romantic memories have been created at
the Sand Castle for over twenty years.
We will graciously allow you to borrow our venue for your memorable nuptials.

Something Blue

In ancient times is the symbol of faithfulness, purity and loyalty. Often a blue item is the garter and in olden times the couple wore blue bands on the border of their wedding attire to denote, love, modesty and fidelity.

Sand Castle’s blue ribbon loyalty commitment represents this tradition by providing continued success with outstanding service and award winning cuisine.

Brides have been honoring the tradition of wearing an old,
a new, a borrowed and a blue item during their wedding for centuries.