Stephanie and Nathan met while bartending together at Cagney’s Old Place and worked together for a year before deciding to take it to the next level. The pair dated for six years, taking the time to travel and go on every adventure thrown their way. Nathan introduced Stephanie to fishing and they spent endless hours in Murrells Inlet trying to catch flounder. One day Nathan had Stephanie believing that turtles were hatching on the beach. When they arrived, Nathan had a living room set up with ceramic turtles scattered all around. He got down on one knee and Stephanie said yes. After enjoying the sunset with a bottle of champagne, they headed to dinner at Flamingo Grill to give their closest friends the news. The wedding was held at the Tilghman-Boyce Cottage in North Myrtle Beach. The pair got married under a giant oak tree overlooking the inlet. The venue was covered in white lights that gave it the perfect ambiance. The night ended with sparklers and the couple hopping on a fishing boat. Stephanie and Nathan live in Myrtle Beach.
PHOTOGRAPH BY RYAN SMITH Photography