Alex and Ryan were a ton of fun! We started out in the Market Common and worked our way to the Myrtle Beach State Park. I love how relaxed they both are with each other. Having shot their engagement and now wedding, I can say that they really do truly enjoy each other. They are both fantastic people that have big hearts for their patients, students and their big teddy bear of a dogRead More
When most people think of a wedding in Myrtle Beach, they think of being on the beach or at least at a place very near the beach, because why not? You're on the beach! When you grow up here though, it's a little different.Read More
In a small beach town on the coast of South Carolina, a small but powerful thing was invented. Just a little jig that was referred to as "The Bop" or Swing or Jive that would eventually evolve into something of it's own. The Carolina Shag. A simple dance known for it's origins in the swing-time era but with a more relaxed feel. A more down to earth movement that could be done anywhere from sawdust covered floors of the local honky-tonks to the remnants of low tide right on the shore of the Grand Strand. Before the civil rights movement and integration of races in South Carolina, North Myrtle Beach was neighbored by Atlantic Beach where people of color were limited to enjoy the ocean with only about a half mile stretch of beach.Read More
This engagement session couldn’t have been more wonderful as we walked the scenic Market Commons here in Myrtle Beach. Preston and Carleigh wanted a quick session so that they could have a photo to share with all their friends and family to announce their joyful news. To help them share the engagement photos even quicker, I provided an on-the-spot edit for them to share!
One of the most romantic locations on the Grand Strand would have to be Atalaya Castle at Huntington Beach State Park in the Murrells Inlet and Pawley’s Island area. With the help of this beautiful scenery these bridal portraits with the stunning Trisha Allen came out marvelously. Her jewelry, gorgeous dress and lovely bouquet all just made the magical qualities of this venue shine that much more! If you are looking for a fun traditional location in the Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet or Pawley’s Island areas make sure to check out Huntington Beach State Park!
This North Myrtle Beach bridal portrait session was simply magical! The beautiful scenery at The Surf Club made for an amazing evening as golden hour set in.
Heather found her dress at David’s Bridal and her grandmother made the beautiful flower arrangement for her bouquet. Heather and her fiancé Chris were also married at the Surf Club months later for a gorgeous spring ceremony over looking the golf course and ponds.
If you are looking for an amazing location in the North Myrtle Beach area, I highly suggest this wonderful venue!
It was a beautiful day in North Myrtle Beach as the Wojcik couple renewed their vows with their son as their lead the ceremony for his parents. They couldn’t have chosen a more stunning location then North Beach Plantation. It was a simple yet lovely ceremony that will forever mean the world to them as they continue their lives together!
If you are looking for a luxurious venue for a wedding of any size, look no further than 21 Main and North Beach Plantation!