Charleston Charm

There really is nothing like Charleston, South Carolina. The gorgeous homes, weather, and rich history are something to marvel at. The preservation of Charleston is an impressive undertaking. Practically every home has a stamp of historic approval stating who had dwelled there and their importance in history. We were in heaven. Walking the streets alone was a free tour into its historic roots. 

During our trip, we strolled King Street, visited the Boone Hall Plantation, and had more Southern Comfort food than we needed. We investigated every nook and cranny of the small but mighty city finding you the best of what Charleston has to offer. Below are some beautiful pictures of our stay, wedding venues, and even a glimpse of where Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively wed!

Let's jump right in:

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Above are pictures from Boone Hall Plantation. Boone Hall Plantation settled in 1681 however, reconstructed in 1936. The home is a Colonial Revival. This home is the site of the movie The Notebook and numerous weddings including Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. 

Constructed in 1914 in the Beaux Arts style by Philadelphia architects McGoodwin and Hawley. 

Constructed in 1914 in the Beaux Arts style by Philadelphia architects McGoodwin and Hawley. 

Two homes in Rainbow Row. 

Two homes in Rainbow Row. 

Private Residence in downtown Charleston.

Private Residence in downtown Charleston.

Facade of Real Estate firm in downtown Charleston. Previously, Major Peter Bocquet's House. 

Facade of Real Estate firm in downtown Charleston. Previously, Major Peter Bocquet's House. 

The College of Charleston.

The College of Charleston.

Private Residence in downtown Charleston. 

Private Residence in downtown Charleston. 

Charleston is truly a magical place. It's not hard to see why people fall in love with the culture, colors, and charm. Our recommendation for traveling is to check out Charleston's Preservation Society

For venue recommendations contact us here!

Up Next: DC in the Spring 

 

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