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Whether you've always dreamed of getting married on the beach, in a historic home, or in a mountain glen, South Carolina has the perfect wedding venue for you.
At Palmetto State Weddings, you'll be able to research and plan dream South Carolina weddings, discover unique venues from across the state, and get in touch with local vendors.
We're not a giant corporation like those other big names in wedding resource websites, and we like it that way. We're South Carolina locals who are constantly working to add to our extensive directories and provide up-to-date inspiration unique to your Palmetto State wedding.
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The latest from the blog...
Photographer Pamela Williams joined a group of talented SC vendors for a styled shoot at Thomas House and Garden. She captured the beauty of this new venue all dressed up for a soft and romantic fall wedding!
When Anna and Dustin were planning their Leesville wedding at T&S Farm, they decided on a casual affair with rustic elements perfect for this idyllic country setting. To this, they added sweet pink accents and one of the most fun garter tosses we’ve seen so far!
To celebrate their recent engagement, Kelsey and Chris met up with photographer Kelly Calaway and videographer Tyler Edwards to capture their poses from every angle.
The couple sought out the most picturesque spots in the South of Broad neighborhood before ending up on the Battery, where they reveled in the warm weather and lovely light.
Joseph had been hoping to propose to his girlfriend, Kate, on a gorgeous day in Charleston, so he reached out to photographer Belisia Rodriguez. Not only did she manage to capture the surprise White Point Garden engagement, she also offered some pre-engagement advice to the nervous Joseph.
As a part of their wedding celebration weekend, Praise and Samuel wanted to bring together both Nigerian and American traditions.
Photographer Aubrey Plum captured the first of the two ceremonies and receptions, and showcased the vibrant colors, song, and dance that accompanied the joining of these two families in the Edo ceremony.
In the Lowcountry, a winter wedding needs to have the fun, sparkling quality that makes winter weddings so magical—just without all of the snow and ice to go with it! This was the challenge that photographer Kelsey Halm and her vendor team took on in their winter bridal styled shoot.
Drawing inspiration from the geniuses of the 1920s, this styled shoot evokes Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, and the Jazz Age. Photographer Tracee Gadson transformed the Lace House into a beautiful vintage-meets-modern anniversary shoot.
Along with their planner, the couple envisioned a modern wedding with a delicate touch. They used blush pink and navy as their color scheme, a classic combination that worked beautifully with both the Grace Church and the Huguenot Loft.
Marian and Jeff wanted a quiet, secluded beach for their elopement, and Fripp Island was the obvious choice for these Georgia residents. With a neutral color scheme, small guest list, and casual feel, their big day turned out exactly as they wanted it to!