Say ‘I Do’ to a Perfect Myrtle Beach Wedding

Experience the natural beauty and captivating romance of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina! Whether you want the perfect place to get engaged, plan to exchange vows on the sandy beach, or spend your honeymoon in this sunny paradise, you'll find everything you need to experience a memorable celebration along the Grand Strand.

We asked local wedding expert, Eric Hunt, Myrtle Beach Wedding Officiant, what you need to know about having a wedding in Myrtle Beach.

Eric knows without a doubt that having a destination wedding in Myrtle Beach is a magical experience. The Grand Strand is easily accessible for friends and family, lodging options for every budget are abundant, and quality caterers, cake bakers, DJ’s, florists and limo services are easy to find. Not to mention that there are hundreds of amazing attractions for you and your guests to enjoy while you’re here basking on our 60-miles of beautiful beaches.

 

He also offers these recommendations:

Get a South Carolina marriage license.

A marriage license obtained in South Carolina is valid for a marriage ceremony anywhere in the state. Marriage licenses can be obtained in any county in South Carolina, but marriage licenses from other states are not valid. Blood tests are not necessary. Click here to learn more about marriage licenses.

Choose from a wide array of wedding sites.

Boasting spectacular vistas of the Atlantic coastline, Myrtle Beach wedding locations offer more than just pure oceanfront romance. From quaint chapels nestled among ancient oak trees draped with Spanish moss, to oceanfront nuptials with the sparkling coastline as a backdrop, Myrtle Beach area wedding sites are beyond compare. There are several beautiful parks to choose from, resorts, historic sites, farm settings and other perfect venues for your special day.

Plan in advance.

Myrtle Beach is a very popular wedding destination, so to get your ideal location, plan ahead and get your reservations set.

Have a back-up plan.

Weather on the Atlantic coast can be a bit unpredictable, so make sure you have a plan to move to an alternate site in case the weather doesn’t cooperate. (Don’t worry, Eric says that it’s good luck when it rains on your wedding day!)

Remember, Myrtle Beach is about love. For more information on planning a Myrtle Beach engagement, wedding and/or honeymoon, click here.