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CHARLESTON WEDDING IN OCTOBER

October, 2008 in Charleston
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Ceremony: Spirit of the Lowcountry

Venues

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Ceremony:

SpiritLine Cruises & Fort Sumter Tours - Ceremony - 360 Concord St, Charleston, SC, United States

Spirit of the Lowcountry

340 Concord St
Charleston, SC 29401, US

Selected Hotels :

Days Inn - Selected Hotels  - 155 Meeting St., Charleston, SC, USA

Days Inn Charleston - Historic District

155 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401, US

Selected Hotels :

Meeting Street Inn - Selected Hotels  - 173 Meeting St, Charleston, SC, USA

Meeting Street Inn

173 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401, US

Bars for Thurs - Sat!:

Grill 225/The Pavilion Hotel

225 E Bay St
Charleston, SC, United States

"Join the Bride and Groom at this rooftop bar after the reception! Erin and TJ will arrive around 11:00 pm. Take the elevator to the top and enjoy!"

Bars for Thurs - Sat!:

Social Restaurant + Wine Bar - Bars for Thurs - Sat! - 188 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, 29401, United States

Social Wine Bar

188 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401-2123, US

"This fun little wine bar is where we will meet our guests on Friday after the rehearsal dinner. We have reserved the loft area starting at 8:45 pm under Erin's name. See you there!"

Bars for Thurs - Sat!:

Vendue Inn

19 Vendue Range
Charleston, SC, United States

"For those guests that are in town on Thursday night, come for drinks and appetizers on the rooftop at this beautiful historic inn. Enjoy awesome views of the water while you enjoy a cold one! The Bride and Groom's families, as well as the wedding party, will arrive around 7:00 pm to kick off the night."

Our Fav Restaurants!:

Al Di La Restaurant

25 Magnolia Rd
Charleston, SC, United States

"Brad and Kara's favorite! If you explore outside of the historic district, you should definitely eat here. Excellent Italian food in a great atmosphere. Ask for Jeff to be your waiter if he is in! Reservations recommended."

Our Fav Restaurants!:

Magnolia's

185 E Bay St # 200
Charleston, SC, United States

"From its prestigious location in Charleston"

Our Fav Restaurants!:

Poogan's Porch

72 Queen St
Charleston, SC, United States

"Tucked away on a charming downtown street, Poogan's Porch is one of Charleston"

Our Fav Restaurants!:

Slightly North of Broad

192 E Bay St
Charleston, SC, United States

"In a 19th century brick warehouse located just north of historic Broad Street, you'll taste what the Maverick brand of southern cooking is all about. Award-winning executive chef Frank Lee starts with the Carolina Lowcountry's rich resources, then adds his own blend of flavors from Charleston's multicultural heritage. Our open kitchen brings this whole process within view, making the sights, sounds and scents a tantalizing part of your dining experience. We specialize in seafood, game, vegetarian dishes and other regional favorites - plus wines from acclaimed domestic and international producers."

Golf:

Patriots Point Golf Links

1 Patriots Point Rd
Mt Pleasant, SC, United States

"Patriots Point Links is the most convenient 18-hole championship golf course to downtown Charleston - and within minutes of the beaches at the Isle of Palms and Sullivan's Island. Overlooking Charleston Harbor, Fort Sumter and Shem Creek, Patriots Point Links is known for its excellent putting surfaces and challenging waterfront finishing holes."

Must See's!:

Charleston Battery and White Point Gardens - Must See's! - E Battery St, Charleston, SC, 29401

Charleston Battery and White Point Gardens

Murray Blvd & E Battery St
Charleston, SC 29401, US

"First used as a public park in 1837, it became a place for artillery during the American Civil War. It stretches along the shores of the Charleston peninsula, bordered by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers. Fort Sumter is visible from the Cooper River side and the point, as is Castle Pinckney, the World War II aircraft carrier USS Yorktown (CV-10), Fort Moultrie, and Sullivan's Island."

Must See's!:

Charleston City Market

"Four blocks of open-air buildings filled with a wide assortment of vendors selling high quality products make up Charleston City Market. The land for the market was willed to the city by a wealthy Charleston family in the early 19th century, with the stipulation that it be put to public use. Market Hall (the main building) is eye-catching, due in part to its resemblance to a Greek temple; it was constructed in 1841, and IT is now home to the Daughters of the Confederacy Museum. At the market, don't miss seeing one of Charleston's most popular wares: the sweet-grass baskets. Weavers create these beautiful baskets by hand, a craft passed down by slaves from West Africa."

Must See's!:

Classic Carriage Tours

10 Guignard St
Charleston, SC, United States

"This is a really cool way to see the city - Few cities in North America can boast as much history and elegance as the seaport of Charleston, South Carolina. Originally settled by the British in the year 1670, Charleston has remained for decades "The Cradle of Southern History and Charm." There are so many things to see and do in Charleston that sometimes visitors can forget to slow down. We take time and care in sharing with you the architectural wonder of our city's finest antebellum mansions or the rustic simplicity embodied in our quaint cobblestone alleys. We at Classic Carriage Tours welcome you to our historic home and promise you a horse drawn carriage tour experience with an eye on the traditions of the past. Come join us and experience over 300 years of history."

Must See's!:

Folly Beach - Must See's! - Folly Beach, SC, Folly Beach, SC, US

Folly Beach

"This is our favorite beach in the Charleston area. Make sure to visit if you have time!"

Must See's!:

Fort Sumter - Must See's! - Fort Sumter, US

Fort Sumter

"Where The American Civil War Began Decades of growing strife between North and South erupted in civil war on April 12, 1861, when Confederate artillery opened fire on this Federal fort in Charleston Harbor. Fort Sumter surrendered 34 hours later. Union forces would try for nearly four years to take it back."

Must See's!:

Ghost Walk

164 Church St
Charleston, SC, United States

"This is one of the many local Ghost Tours - check em' out...if you dare! Join us on an eerie journey into Charles Towne's haunted past as you stroll 18th and 19th century neighborhoods of the historic district. Stories and legend of the unusual and supernatural are combined with the fun and fascinating history of our city. Tour is 1 1/2 hours chock-full of old stories and legends of paranormal experiences. See cemeteries. Hear about new sightings. People continue to hear strange noises and see ghosts walking. They see movement in the shadows and lights move. They smell burning tobacco and brimstone. They lose things only to find them again hidden somewhere else and pictures fall from walls."

Rehearsal Dinner:

High Cotton - Rehearsal Dinner - 199 East Bay St., Charleston, SC, 29401, USA

High Cotton

199 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US

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