Along with access to Middleton Place & Gardens and the tours they offer, the site also hosts a variety of great events throughout the year. The event to attend during the months of March and May, is Middleton Place’s Wine Stroll. Guests are offered a selection of wine to try, while exploring the marvelous gardens and plantation grounds. Taking in the scenic location with a drink in hand, is simply the best way to savor a glass and experience Middleton Plantation (feel free to check it out)! Reeder told Meg they were going to the Wine Stroll for a fun date, but secretly he intended to pop the big question. With everything covered in those beautiful blossoming springtime azaleas, Reeder’s surprise for Meg seemed to have a little extra romance in the moment. Capturing that alluring floral magic, the sparkling diamond engagement ring, and the couple’s shared love, and excitement, produced photos of a dream come true. :-) Meg, of course, happily said yes to Reeder, and thanks to Middleton Place’s Wine Stroll event, there was a plenty of wine for toasting and celebrating! Take a glimpse of their springtime bliss, and enjoy a few photos that we love from Reeder and Meg's sweet proposal. And remember, the season is upon us, so contact us right away for your proposal photography!
Springtime TOP spot for a Charleston proposal!
Springtime in Charleston is a picture perfect time of year. The weather starts to warm up and the outdoors are absolutely wonderful. The beautiful azaleas, a Charleston flower favorite, are in full bloom along with a lush array of botanical beauty. The fantastic sight of the budding, new, and refreshed, spring landscape, makes for a photographer’s dream. :-) So to all the guys out there trying to plan a marriage proposal to your true love, take advantage of the loveliness of the season, and include proposal photography that catches all the joy of the big moment set in the nicest scenery!
Reeder and Meg’s proposal at Middleton Place is one of our FAVORITE springtime surprise engagements. This spot, a National Historic Landmark, is home to America’s Oldest Landscaped Gardens and is open for admission to visitors.
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