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Charleston’s best venues to showcase your wedding and life and the vendors that make it happen

Wedding Photography at Alhambra Hall ABOUT THE HALL Are you looking for southern charm and a beautiful natural setting away from the downtown streets? If so, then Alhambra Hall is for you. Located just miles from historic Charleston, the hall is secluded in Mount Pleasant’s Old Village and overlooks scenic Charleston harbor. Alhambra Hall boasts […]

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Wedding Photography at Boone Hall Plantation   About the Plantation: Boone Hall Plantation is the quintessential Charleston destination wedding venue — rich in history, a beautiful landscape, & undeniable Southern charm.  It is one of America’s oldest working & living plantations. With 3/4 of a mile of 268-year-old giant live oaks draped with Spanish moss, Boone Hall […]

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Spring wedding season in Charleston has come to a close. In the past four months we’ve photographed dozens of couples on one of the happiest days of their lives and taken thousands of photographs preserving their memories with loved ones. The photographers and staff at Riverland Studios work hard and so do all the other […]

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Wedding Photography at Lowndes Grove Plantation About the Plantation: Lowndes Grove Plantation is located along the beautiful Ashley River in historic Downtown Charleston. It is a gorgeous National Historic Landmark that was restored in 2007 to serve as the perfect lowcountry event venue. It offers groves of gorgeous live oaks, beautiful water views and a meticulously restored plantation home […]

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Wedding Photography at Magnolia Plantation   About the Plantation: Not only has Magnolia been selected as one of “America’s Most Beautiful Gardens”, but it also happens to be the last Romantic garden in the U.S.! Founded in 1676, Magnolia Plantation has taken a front seat to many historical events of our Nation, from the American Revolution through the Civil War. Opening […]

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