Marriage On A Former Plantation
The wedding of Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively took place on a plantation in South Carolina that was once used as a slave plantation. When some of their backers found out about this, it caused them to express displeasure; nevertheless, since it is their wedding, they should be entitled to do whatever they wish, right?
The romantic comedy “The Notebook” was shot on this plantation, which is now a well-known destination for tourists. When you consider the fact that Blake Lively was previously romantically related to the film’s principal actor, Ryan Gosling, the notion no longer seems as appealing as it did at first. Isn’t it hilarious how they decided to have the event there?