From historic mansions to picturesque country clubs, here are the most captivating spots to tie the knot in style.

South Carolina is a state known for its smiling faces and beautiful places and because of this it has been voted one of the top wedding destinations in the country. Our 11 favorite venues are listed below and trust that there is something for every bride and groom looking to say "I do" in the Palmetto State—an antebellum plantation in the Lowcountry, a modern aquarium in Charleston, an old Duke's mayonnaise factory in Greenville, and many things in between. Best wishes!

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William Aiken House, Charleston
Why we love it: For its breathtaking historic location in downtown Charleston

Lowndes Grove, Charleston
Why we love it: For its idyllic, downtown Charleston setting surrounded by 14 acres of live oak groves and serene river views

The Anchorage 1770 Inn, Beaufort
Why we love it: For its boutique hotel feel in a quaint Southern town

The Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston
Why we love it: For the bride and groom who love the idea of getting married surrounded by beautiful works of art, this recently restored space is to die for. And the chic courtyard is magnificent for photos

Wyche Pavilion, Greenville
Why we love it: For the couple looking for a location on the river, this spot in the heart of downtown Greenville is a dream come true

Cannon Green, Charleston
Why we love it: For a great downtown Charleston venue ideal for couples looking for an indoor/outdoor celebration space

The Inn at Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton
Why we love it: For the fact that this might be one of the best waterfront chapels in the South. Enough said.

701 Whaley Street, Columbia
Why we love it: For the original wood columns and the touch of historic charm that add character and romance

Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet
Why we love it: For the chance to wed in a sculpture garden and wildlife preserve, located just south of Murrells Inlet

The Ocean Course, Kiawah Island
Why we love it: For the oceanfront views and the groom who wants to squeeze in a round of nine before exchanging vows

Middleton Place, Charleston
Why we love it: For a wedding set on a National Historic Landmark with beautiful landscaped gardens