From the wide sandy beaches of the Lowcounty to the lush green farms of the Midlands to the rolling hills of the Upstate, South Carolina has hundreds of stunning locations for you and your beloved to start your lives together.
We believe that locally inspired weddings are the best way to celebrate your new adventure, so we have created a website that brings the best of the South Carolina wedding industry to you. Unlike those big wedding sites (we're not naming names!) that are written and curated by people who likely have never even been to South Carolina, Palmetto State Weddings is owned, managed, and written by South Carolinians.
We've gotten married here in small country churches and art galleries and historic homes. We've had bachelorette parties on Charleston's King Street and engagement parties where we floated down the Edisto River with our best friends. We've hiked Table Rock Mountain in the fall, and we've had summer afternoons that never ended on Sullivans Island. We don our favorite teams colors every fall weekend, and we know the right time of year to throw the best oyster roasts.
The team at Palmetto State Weddings knows the magic that this state holds, and we want everyone to tap into that knowledge as they plan their own perfect moments here in South Carolina.
Here at PSW, you can learn about every single venue in the Palmetto State (seriously, we've got them all), get up close and personal with vendors who make perfect ceremonies possible, and ways to infuse your wedding with unique South Carolina flair. Whether you're a 6th generation Charlestonian or someone joining us from out of state, we invite you to explore the best of what our state's wedding industry has to offer.
Natalie Vereen-Davis, Editor in Chief
Born in Charleston, Natalie has called Florence, Seneca, Pendleton, Clemson, Lexington, Mount Pleasant, and McClellanville home in her slow migration around the Palmetto State.
She realized her love of weddings while working in a small stationery shop, where she would spend any downtime pouring over paper samples, engraving styles, and invitation wording options. She later put that encyclopedic knowledge of all things paper to good use as about.com’s’wedding invitation specialist.
Before starting her writing and editing career, Natalie taught literature, composition, and public speaking at the university level, but wanted a job that offered more flexibility and time for travel. She’d since written for Mastercard’s Priceless Caribbean campaign, Mount Pleasant Magazine, Care.com, MyWedding.com, and more.
Natalie holds a B.A. in LIterature from Clemson and a M.A. in British Literature from the University of South Carolina, but still bleeds orange on game day.