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Magnolia Plantation Weddings

Melissa & Hack were married 5/7/16 in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. The couple tied the knot on the school house pond, located in Magnolia Plantation, SC. The moss and blooming flowers made this wedding nothing but romantically classy! Melissa’s flowers consists of Palmetto roses, lots of greenery & white flowers. Her wedding colors were different shades of Green, lots of gold & Ivory! Melissa’s wedding was all about DIY projects, and I was very impressed!! It was breathtaking! The weather was on point and so was the bridal party! Magnolia Plantation Weddings!!!

Also, Hack had two special surprises during the reception.¬† One being the desert. The caterer who brought chocolate covered peanut butter balls. {Hacks mother who passed away use to make these for him… how sweet!} Also, since Hack proposed to Melissa after Ice Cream, she thought it was a good idea to bring in “Wheely good Ice-cream” {thats the name of the vendor, how creative!!!!}!!! After all, The wedding consists of friends, family and even her brother & girlfriend from Australia! Hope you are having fun on your Honey Moon!!!!! EKKKKK!!!

Magnolia Plantation Weddings

Wedding Planner : Chrissy Murray || Cake Artist : Tricia Degifico || Hair Artist : Amber from Lashes & Lace Salon || Wedding gown : BHLDN designed by Catherine Deane || Officiant : Greg Dixon || Ice Cream “Wheely good Ice-Cream” : Ashley Russell – Magnolia Plantation Wedding Charleston¬†

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Charleston, South Carolina, boasts a rich history, and Magnolia Plantation is a key player in the area’s narrative. Established in the late 17th century by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has endured centuries, making it one of the oldest plantations in the South. Initially developed for rice cultivation, it later transitioned to focus on gardens, which have become one of its main attractions.

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Altogether, The plantation witnessed the tumultuous periods of American history! From the colonial era through the Civil War. During the Civil War, the Drayton family evacuated the property, leaving it vulnerable to the conflict’s ravages. Despite the challenges, Magnolia Plantation persevered.

Magnolia Plantation is celebrated for their stunning gardens. It Includes a famous romantic-style garden and the Audubon Swamp Garden. The plantation’s historical significance is preserved through guided tours of the main house. This showcases its architecture and artifacts.

Magnolia Plantation stands as a testament to Charleston’s enduring legacy, offering visitors a glimpse into the city’s past, the complexities of Southern plantation life, and the resilience of these historical landmarks over time!!