Here’s the Place for a Storybook Wedding!

A growing segment of couples are opting for destination weddings. Destination weddings, after all, provide an opportunity to reunite family and friends in an enviable setting and jump headfirst into fun designed to be just your style!

If a destination wedding appeals to you, the Georgetown and Pawleys Island areas of SC’s Lowcountry simply must be high on your list of locales to consider. You won’t need to look far to find the picture-perfect spot for staging a happy affair. In far more ways than one, it is the perfect location for a high-spirited, multi-day event that includes pleasures from beachcombing and fine dining to championship golf, fascinating history, exciting eco-adventures, and first-class shopping.

Pawleys Island (the nation’s oldest resort community) and Georgetown (among the country’s oldest port cities), are conveniently near but worlds removed from the hustle and hurry of the Grand Strand and Charleston, SC.  Too many couples choose those two larger cities simply because they’re better known, but smack in the middle sits a geographic area that perfectly marries natural beauty, historic attractions, small town charm, fine dining, old plantations, championship golf, truly pristine beaches and rivers, too.

To create your unforgettable destination wedding in the Georgetown/Pawleys Island area check out SCDestinationWeddings.com. This wedding resource guide features this area’s finest wedding venues, caterers, florists, planners, bakeries, photographers, bar services and more. You will find businesses contact information, enticing photos and descriptions that will give you a feel for their style and personality.

“There is so much beauty and talent in this area. I felt it needed special attention to show brides and grooms how they can create their own unique wedding experience in this pristine pocket of the coast,” says Suzanne Doyle, creator of the website. Suzanne also created the HistoricGeorgetownSC.  com website, and there’s loads of valuable informative there too!

Kimberly Duncan