Myrtle Beach is a fun town with many unique venues for weddings and other events. We have everything from historical landmarks, to grand ballrooms and everything in between. One of my absolute favorite venues in town has to be the Myrtle Beach Historic Train Depot. It's a smaller venue that holds somewhere around 175 to 200 people maximum that is perfect for intimate weddings and other events. I was fortunate to shoot a wedding there this summer for some dear friends of mine, Jeremy and Sydney.
Sydney, a fashion merchandiser and quite the creative person, took it upon herself to design and decorate all things surrounding the atmosphere of her ceremony and reception. Most everything was handcrafted or up-cycled for a very unique wedding experience. One of my favorite things that she had done herself, was an old Globe that she had repainted depicting different things in New York City where they were taking their honeymoon.
The train depot itself has a very rustic vibe with plenty of elegance still to be had. Many of the original elements are still in playing at the train depot including the loading doors and ticket station. With hardwood floors and brick walls, it makes for a very dark interior without lighting, but the rafters being covered in twinkle lights helps create a very dreamy atmosphere without the heavily inflated prices of many venues with this type of character.
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