For this country-chic destination wedding I left Atlanta, and headed up to the low country of South Carolina.  The wedding took place in Murrells Inlet, which is in between Myrtle Beach and Charleston, South Carolina.  It’s a beautiful area.  Miles of beautiful beach, and endless channels and marshes lined with romantic oak trees dressed in spanish moss.  I have always had a thing for spanish moss.  It’s just one of the most lovely looking things, isn’t it?  🙂  This awesome couple reside in Mississippi, and met up with all of their family and friends on the South Carolina beach for a few days before the big day.  That’s part of the fun of a destination wedding.  You can turn it into a fabulous vacation.  I had so much fun with this group, and think that we got some AMAZING images.  It recently was published in Premier Bride Mississippi.  Hope you enjoy!


It’s always a treat to be published.  🙂  This pretty Wachesaw Plantation wedding looked great on the pages of Premier Bride.

 This beautiful sunset image says it all.  THIS is why you plan a destination wedding in a place like Charleston or Murrells Inlet South Carolina.  Just beautiful!


 I always love to be around first thing in the morn with my bride.  That way I can get all of the ‘getting ready’ fun, and take some time with all of the little details of the day.  Rings, and Flowers, and Shoes…Oh My!  🙂

The bride found these bridesmaid dresses on Etsy.  🙂

The venue, Wachesaw Plantation was a dream for a photographer.  A gorgeous country club nestled in the trees, sitting right on the  Waccamaw River.

The ceremony at Wachesaw Plantation took place outside right on the bank of the river.  It was really beautiful.

The reception was ablaze with candles.  I really dig any ambient light, but the large collections of candles was extra fabulous.  I thought the use of old bottles in different shades of green was beautiful.

Are you planning a destination wedding?  Photo By Gannon is always ready to hit the road or jump on a plane.  Whether you’re planning a wedding in Charleston, South Carolina or Santa Barbara, California I’d love to be a part of it!  🙂