I actually ran across Sara + Kinnison's Charleston wedding while Facebook stalking their photographer, Jennings King. I immediately fell in love with every ounce of this Winter wedding at Boone Hall Plantation. I was initially hooked by Bride Sara's style. I love her gorgeous lace gown and her bridesmaids grey dresses and cream shawls. Pair it with a dreamy Lowcountry wedding venue, a bagpiper and sweet rustic details and you've got everything I love in a Boone Hall Plantation wedding. Not to mention, some killer dances moves as the evening progressed :)
From Jennings King: "Sara & Kinnison decided on The Cotton Dock for their wedding because of the natural, open air atmosphere, reminding Sara of her Virginia home. The weekend was Valentine’s day, and the weather was beautiful and chilly. They included their dog Chip in a small part of the wedding day. Chip means the world to them, and in fact has his own Facebook page! The night was filled with dancing from Sara’s dancer friends. They surprised her by performing a tap routine. Sara’s face lit up with excitement and her smile was from ear to ear. Instead of having traditional flower girls, Sara incorporated her love of dance with 4 little ballerina girls wearing white leotards, white tutus, and white ballet slippers. Absolutely the cutest! The cream pashminas on the bridesmaids and the white fur capes on the ballerinas provided warmth on this crisp day and set the stage for Sara’s going away great grandmother’s vintage mink stole."
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