Over the past 40 years, generations of Anne’s family has been vacationing at this summer home in Murrells Inlet. Memories mark every turn. The summer days on the inlet, says Anne, “follow the flow of the tides - shrimping at low tide and skiing, swimming, fishing at high tide. I often spend weeks at our vacation home without leaving the house or turning on a television.”
Needless to say, this place holds a special place in her heart. And in the heart of her entire family. Therefore, it was only fitting that she marry the love of her life there. And that’s exactly what they did.
Anne & Peter got married on a perfect, October day, in the yard where all the cousins used to play on summer vacation. The tide was high, the grass was green, and the entire day overlooked the water. Yellow wildflowers and oyster center pieces decorated the tables. Everything was so dreamy, it felt like I was in a movie.
Not long after arriving, I came to realize how much Anne & Peter value family. Together they have lots of siblings, cousins, nieces, and nephews, and oh do they love them dearly. It blessed me so much to watch a couple that is so involved in the lives of their families and who value the importance of family.
Everything about this day was phenomenal. The place, the couple, their families, the food, the scenery, and the reception (which was probably hands down one of my favorites EVER). So much love graced this day. And now, a place that already held so many wonderful memories, holds so many more for the two of them. I am SO glad I got to meet this sweet couple and be a part of their day!