Laura + Andy's outdoor ceremony and wedding reception at The Governor Thomas Bennett House in Charleston, South CArolina by The Burlap Elephant by amelia + dan photographyRead More
REAL WEDDING INSPIRATION
Amber + Andrew were married on a lovely September day at Wachesaw Plantation in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Amber prepped with her bridesmaids at The Southern Oaks House where Stox & Co. was in charge of the day's glam services. Her girls suited up in long, neutral dresses from Jo-Lin's Bridal while Amber wore an Essense of Australia gown from Gown Boutique of Charleston. The couple exchanged vows in a traditional ceremony at Belin Methodist Church then hitched a trolley ride with their bridal party to Wachesaw Plantation. Elle Courtney Events designed a lovely Lowcountry celebration featuring personal touches and an outdoor cocktail hour. Kings Florist created soft centerpieces of pale pink and white roses, hydrangeas chamomile and eucalyptus. Thanks to Riverland Studios for capturing their Fall soiree!
Photographer: Riverland Studios l Venue: Wachesaw Plantation l Church: Belin Methodist Church l Event Planner: Elle Courtney Events l Florist: Kings Florist l Cake: Pink Pineapple European Custom Cakes l Invitations: Carlson Crafts, Minted l Dress: Essense of Australia l Dress Shop: Gown Boutique of Charleston l Bridesmaids Dresses: Jo-Lin's Bridal l Hair: Stox & Co. l Men's Attire: Jos. A Banks l Linens: Hotz Event Rentals l Transportation: Sunway Charters & Tours l Band: Intensity Show Band l Officiant: Tony A. Metze l Favors: The Knot Shop, Totally Koozies l Other: Whiskey & Wedding Bells
Kristen + Patrick originally planned for a Lowcountry wedding along the river with 100 of their closest friends and family but they quickly realized small and intimate was more their style. They decided on a December elopement on the magical grounds of The St. Helena Chapel of Ease and we're lucky enough to have a clear day with the temperature hovering in the low 70s. Kristen wore a strapless gown and all white bouquet while Patrick donned a grey suit and green bow tie. The guest list was small, only their officiant, Christi Johnson Garcia, and photographer, Christi Clark, were there to witness the nuptials. As the sun peered into the Chapel, the couple said 'I do' before snapping some frame-able photos amongst the ruins. They continued the celebration at Anchorage 1770 in Downtown Beaufort where they cut the cake and enjoyed dinner at Old Bull Tavern.
In the mood for more South Carolina wedding inspiration? Check out a few of our recent Lowcountry favorites below...
Kirsten + Hunter's October wedding at The Gadsden House by Charleston vendors Priscilla Thomas Photography, King Street Hospitality Group, Cafe Catering, OK Florist, Kate McDonald Bridal, Fabulous FrocksRead More