The weather in Charleston by the time we make it to the middle of November is some of the most tolerable through out the entire year. This means that outdoor wedding ceremonies are nice and cool and crisp and the mosquitoes have died off. And as a professional wedding DJ, it's always cool and refreshing to arrive at a wedding venue and not have to sweat as I load in all my gear and get set up for a wedding. Kristin & Matt came to Charleston, SC for their wedding by way of the Land Of 10,000 Lakes (Minnesota). With temperatures in the upper 50s - around 60 at the time of ceremony, these temperatures would be warm for this bride and groom from Minnesota. Fall is one of the best seasons to get married at Magnolia Plantation; especially having your wedding ceremony and reception at The Conservatory.
If you were to ask me when the absolute ideal time is to get married in Charleston, I would probably give you two options. You can get married during the April & May timeframe or the October & November timeframe. These four months in Charleston, SC offer some of the most beautiful weather during the spring and fall. By getting married during these times during the year, modern brides and grooms get to enjoy their wedding day without all the sweating you'll do for an outdoor ceremony during other times of the year. In April and May, you can enjoy temperatures in the 70s and 80s with cooler evenings. By October and November, the summer humidity has usually been cut down and temperatures can be mostly in the 70s - near 80. Megan & John were one of the many destination bride and grooms I got to work with back in 2013. John had found my website via Google and sent me a really nice email in regards to his expectations for the wedding DJ out at Pepper Plantation on November 30, 2013. After reading over John's email, I had a huge smile on my face because I could tell he had taken the time to read about me and it appeared he was genuinely interested in hiring me.
Theron & Krysten came to Charleston, SC as destination wedding couple and were married on an absolutely gorgeous spring weekend in the Holy City. Their beautiful wedding took place at The Pavillion At Pepper Plantation on Saturday, April 6, 2013. The first Saturday is always the biggest weekend of the year in the Charleston area with the kick off the Volvo Car open, The Flowertown Festival in Summerville, the Cooper River Bridge Run, and so much more. The sun was shining. The flowers were in full bloom and there was a pleasant warmth in the air. Theron & Krysten came to Charleston by way of the great southern city of Atlanta. I met them in fall of 2012 initially when they booked me for their wedding. If you are coming to Charleston from Atlanta for a destination wedding, you've only got about a 5 hour drive and you are here and ready for one of most wonderful times of your life.