Wedding Season

 The soft scent of summer flowers. The caressing breeze. June is wedding season. And there’s no better place for a wedding than the Low Country…. as travel guides and wedding planners nationwide agree. One of the country’s top wedding destinations, Charleston boasts a whole range of deliciously diverse venues, ranging from offbeat (the Gibbes Museum of Art) to stately (historic landmarks like the William Aiken or Legare Waring houses). Intimate, sophisticated, indoor, outdoor – Charleston has it all.

 Tying a sailor’s knot? Say your vows on an idyllic Charleston Harbor cruise.


 Prefer a posh plantation? Check out Magnolia Plantation’s Carriage House, Conservatory, or Veranda venues…each one steeped in gracious Southern tradition.




 (Live oaks with Spanish moss. This wedding is for the ultimate Southern belle.)

 The Charleston Area Convention and Visitors’ Bureau, one of our long-time clients, has put together a comprehensive list of the best wedding venues in Charleston, conveniently organized on Check it out even if you’re not planning a wedding. Charleston is chock-full of hidden beauty spots — as the Grand Ideas team knows. This weekend, Grandee packed her bags and headed for a wedding reception at the elegant Island House on John’s Island.

 Twilight on the Stono River…warm lights shaded by magnolia and cypress…what could be lovelier?


 Only a special moment with a special someone, knee-high in a field of zinnias.



About Grand Ideas, Inc.

Grand Ideas, an advertising specialties biz, offers CREATIVE gifting ideas. With our Palmetto division, there isn't a mtg/event ANYWHERE we can't handle, WORD!
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