Lovers Lane Weddings

Belle Terre Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC
We officiate fun, affordable, stress free weddings. Beach weddings, garden weddings, gazebo weddings, yacht weddings and drive-thru weddings, Vegas style.
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Location
Murrells Inlet, SC  
Capacity: 500
$10-$55 per person
$35 per event
The Wicked Tuna, Murrells Inlet’s premier waterfront dining experience. A place where friends meet for a unique culinary experience of fresh handmade cocktails, the freshest seafood, steaks, and sushi, and the best views on the MarshWalk. Our obsession with fresh seafood and top grade beef shine through in our signature cuisine. And our own fishing fleet insures our “Hook to Plate” fresh philosophy every day. We invite you to enjoy a truly unique dining experience. Where the environment is enchanting, the views exceptional, and the hospitality is impeccable. Come get wicked.
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Capacity: 65
Looking for a room to hold your party? BY THE SEA DANCE STUDIO has a great dance floor and is a wonderful venue to have your Birthday Party, Shower, Sweet 16, Quinceanera, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Rehearsals and Recitals, Weddings and Receptions, etc. Mama Mia's pizzeria is Next Door and will gladly take your order for food and beverages.
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Capacity: 700
At the award-winning Giant Crab Seafood Restaurant, quantity takes a back seat to quality. We offer the freshest, best-tasting seafood buffet in town. From the minute you see The Giant Crab, you know it’s not just another all-you-can-eat seafood buffet. Sure, it specializes in serving seafood, but it does so in such tremendous, really, “giant” fashion with an emphasis on freshness. A steadfast and diligent crew keeps the buffet well-stocked and, you guessed it, fresh. Overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway in the Restaurant Row section of Highway 17, the restaurant resembles an authentic Fisherman’s Wharf Village. One side of the structure features a 40-foot waterfall and a lazy river wraps around the entire village. There is even a 50-foot lighthouse reminiscent of those still standing in Nova Scotia. The real eye-catcher, however, is the big, fat giant crab perched just above the entrance. He’s affectionately referred to as “Tommy.” He leads the way to the overwhelming feast that waits inside!