RIVERLAND STUDIOS » WEDDING & PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS IN CHARLESTON, SC

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Wedding Photography at Cypress Trees Plantation ABOUT THE PLANTATION An hour’s drive southeast from Charleston in the heart of gorgeous Edisto Island, the Cypress Trees Plantation is a natural sanctuary with rich Southern charm.  Founded in the early 18th century during the first wave of European settlement, the Plantation offers wide lawns and beautiful waterfront […]

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We are so excited to share the dreamiest Lowndes Grove Wedding with you today!  Lowndes Grove Plantation is a gorgeous waterfront estate located on the historic Charleston peninsula.  Surrounded by live oaks, overlooking the Ashley River it is a truly remarkable venue.  Distinguished on the National Register for Historic Places, the main house showcases 1786-era architecture […]

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We have the sweetest Harbour Club wedding we are excited to share with you today!  Harbour Club sits in the heart of the historic Charleston Peninsula, across from Waterfront Park.  The 200-year-old Club offers a warm and inviting atmosphere perfect for a charming southern wedding!  We love how Erica and Jeffrey’s wedding utilized the best features of […]

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  Wedding Photography at Dunes West ABOUT THE VENUE Thirty minutes north of Charleston on Wagner Creek in beautiful Mount Pleasant lies Dunes West Resort. Located on Lexington Plantation, Dunes West provides picturesque views and tons of southern charm for couples looking for a classy and fun wedding day. The grounds of the plantation are […]

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  Wedding Photography at the Old Exchange Building and Provost Dungeon ABOUT THE OLD EXCHANGE BUILDING Located on East Bay Street a block from Waterfront Park and Charleston Harbor, the Old Exchange Building is one of Charleston’s most iconic historical buildings. Built in 1771 as a customs building to oversee the booming trade in the […]

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