Currently our favorite wedding ceremony location is the Old Sheldon Church Ruins. It’s just a really romantic place with lots of character. It’s in Beaufort, South Carolina near Yemassee, SC.
The Old Sheldon Church was previously known as Prince William Parish Church and was organized and funded in 1740’s and 50’s by William Bull, whose plantation bordered the church grounds. It was set on fire during the Revolutionary War and again on January 14, 1865 during the “March to the Sea” Campaign.
Address: Old Sheldon Church Rd
Yemassee, SC 29945
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To book or reserve this venue for your wedding, please contact: St. Helena’s Parish church in Beaufort, SC
Telephone Number: (843) 522-1712
The service has to be preformed by an ordained minister as one of their rules.
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Here is the exterior shot of Old Sheldon Church Ruins.
Here is what it looks like from the inside. You can see the altar in the middle. The priest and groom are standing by the doorway while the wedding guests are waiting to start the wedding ceremony.
Bridesmaids preparing to go to the wedding ceremony.
Friend uses her dress to wipe of the water from the bouquet. That’s what friends are for, isn’t it?
The bride with ray of sunlight.
A black and white portrait of the radiant bride.
Here is the bridesmaids and groomsmen walking in during the bridal procession.
Here is a shot of the interior of Old Sheldon Church Ruins with the groom waiting for the bride.
The Bride walks in with the father.
Here is the bride and groom at the altar.
It wasn’t just us covering the event. There was this professional videographer covering the wedding too.
Here is an interior shot of Old Sheldon Church Ruins.
Even the trees behind Old Sheldon Church Ruins look fabulous. The setting serves as a romantic backdrop for the beautiful bride and groom.
The reception was held in the Air Station in Beaufort, South Carolina.
Aren’t those bridal boots to die for?
Bridesmaids show their stuff.
A military hat and bridal bouquet.
A bride and groom dip.