Beautiful wedding at Litchfield Plantation with a horse drawn carriage

This is the first wedding I’ve done at Litchfield Plantation.  It’s a very beautiful area, I always like the Litchfield / Pawleys Island area with all the moss covered Oak trees.  It’s so pretty if you can get the light coming through the trees just right in the evening.  One of my favorite bridal portraits ever was down in this area.  Just in case you are not familiar, Litchfield is about 20 minutes south of Myrtle Beach down business 17.  A lot of the best spots, with the beautiful trees, are away from the beach near the intracoastal waterway.  I’m going to post some extra pictures below of the carriage ride and some shots of the location that you won’t see in my galleries or on Facebook.  I hope you enjoy them.

Update:
It sounds like this will be my first and last wedding at this location.  I had a client telling me they are turning this into a housing development or something and no longer booking events.  I guess they had financial problems.  Oh well, it was a pretty spot.

 

Oak trees at entrance to Litchfield Plantation
House at Litchfield Plantation

Bride standing in front of the oak trees backlit by the sun
Bride meeting her carriage horse
Bride arriving on carriage
Bride arriving on Carriage -Litchfield Plantation
Bride arriving on Carriage -Litchfield Plantation
Bride arriving on Carriage -Litchfield Plantation
Bride arriving on Carriage -Litchfield Plantation
Bride and groom in the sunset
It looks like they are in love
Bride and groom laying the grass
Emotions during dancing
Toast to bride and groom
This is quite a best man speech
Bride dancing with father

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4 thoughts on “Beautiful wedding at Litchfield Plantation with a horse drawn carriage”

  1. The special emotion captured during a wonderful father/daughter dance like this provides vicarious enjoyment for friends and family gathered to share in this heartfelt memorable moment—the kind of fun that deeply entertains.

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