The Pin Point Heritage Museum is housed in an old oyster and crab factory located in the Pin Point community. It’s a beautiful and peaceful spot overlooking the Moon River. Elizabeth and Paul met one another during an event at the museum and as they say the rest is history. When it came to time for the loving couple to select a venue for their wedding the choice was an easy one. They would be married at the same place as their first meeting. They had a beautiful and sweet ceremony surrounded by friends and family followed by a laid back reception including low country boil and oysters. Elizabeth even made her own cake stand from oyster shells.
The evening was absolutely gorgeous and the Pin Point Heritage Museum was the perfect location for their intimate wedding!
Congratulations Elizabeth and Paul! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your day!