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!
Being one of the last events of my 2014 season, this beautiful Christmas time wedding was absolutely a blast. With all the fun that 2014 came with, it was wonderful to end on such a great note. At Saint Peter's Lutheran Church, the couple said their vows and had a wonderful reception that followed. My good friend, Pastor Jeff Dunn of Christ United Methodist Church officiated the ceremony and did a wonderful job with an emotional message that made everyone's hearts swell. I think my favorite moment was when he took the opportunity to charge the crowd with praying for the couple and their upcoming life together, then asked the couple to turn around and see all the hands raised of those willing to commit to helping strengthen the bond these two were creating. All in all a wonderful day and I think everything turned out beautifully.
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Lowcountry weddings are always special to me. Don't really know why I am so encapsulated by it, but there is something about the mixture between the inlet, beach life and southern hospitality that makes me feel at home. One place that is a wonderful example of what the lowcountry has to offer, is Pawleys Plantation. With a wonderfully appointed reception hall and accompanying rooms, it's perfect for almost any size wedding.
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