A few weeks ago I took a trip to Middleton Place. Its location is on the Ashley River in Charleston. A rare survivor of the American Revolution, the Civil War, economic upheavals, and natural disasters. This National Historic Landmark connects to the very fabric of our nation’s complex history. While walking around the premises every view is just lovely. There are many breathtaking gardens on the property. And Middleton has some of America’s oldest manicured gardens. Visitors have come to the gardens at Middleton for over two and a half centuries. During my time there, the view over the butterfly lakes is just amazing and by far my favorite.
A Treasured Charleston Wedding Venue
With every step on the property, I fell in love with the history and charm around every corner. Including the wandering sheep that lead you to meander through the stables. Imagining it as a Charleston Wedding Venue, Middleton Place is absolutely idyllic. Basically, the view of the Ashley, moss-draped trees and iconic house make it one of Charleston’s most treasured wedding venues. I loved every minute of exploring the grounds at Middleton. Scroll below to see my favorite vignettes captured at Middleton.
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