Haley + Daniel's Governor Thomas Bennett House wedding in Charleston, SC by Lauren Carnes Photography, Ooh! Events and Frampton's Flowers
Y'all, get grab a cup of coffee and comfy because you're about to spend the rest of your Monday morning pinning this beautiful Folly Beach wedding. Polly and Devin tied the knot this September just outside of Charleston at a wonderful beach house - the Robinini by the Sea. Polly looked quite stunning in the perfect lace fit and flare gown while Devin looked dapper in a classic tuxedo. The couple married in an intimate oceanside ceremony before celebrating the night away with their guests. We love how this couple incorporated their pooch into their big day and all of Polly's DIY details. A big thank you to Molly Joseph Photography for sharing all the loveliness!
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Photographer: Molly Joseph Photography // Cake Designer: Ashley Bakery // Officiant: Christy Loftin Details Charleston // Caterer: Crazy Dutchman Catering // DJ: Other Brother Entertainment Submitted via Two Bright Lights
Last week, I opened up a Save-the-date for our friends' Lowcountry wedding later this year at the Island House and after obsessing over this beauty, I couldn't be more excited. It's the perfect Charleston wedding venue for a couple looking for a laid-back Southern bash on the water with a nice salty breeze. The talented Jennifer Bearden Photography teamed up with A. Caldwell Events, First Bloom of Charleston and Cru Catering for Annie + Carey's dreamy Southern affair!
From the Bride: "Carey and I have been dating for 8 years. We lived in the same dorm in college. We had many mutual friends but never really hung out. My junior year my brother moved in Carey. We started hanging out and as they say the rest is history. Carey is the best friend I could have ever asked for and our wedding was everything I had ever dreamt of. It was just perfect. As we called it was Pottery Parn meets Pinterest with a touch of rustic. It was laid back but still elegant. The ceremony was outside on the Stono River. The weather was just perfect. The bridesmaids were in soft blue chiffon and guys in navy suits. The aisle was lined with mason jars filled with soft pink, blues, and white flowers. Petals were scattered on the grass around the altar where a large piping held fabric pulled by and secured with large white flower arrangements. The ceremony was held in the tent outside. The seating charts were on old easels that we had found, refurbished and painted each window pane with chalkboard paint. The tables were lined with burlap runners. Flowers (blues, pinks, whites) were in different size and shaped vases and candles in hurricane holders were the centerpieces. We had made the table numbers. I had glued numbers to a block and then spray painted them. They looked great. ‘Mr’ & ‘Mrs’ sign were used on Carey and I chairs. I had a memory candle burn in honor of my brother who is no longer with us. The cake was amazing. It was 4 tiers with lace to match my dress. The cake topper was the best. We are big animal lovers and had a handmade clay topper of Carey and I with all our animals; two labs and our cat. We had used A&C throughout our whole wedding. It was on our save the dates, our invitations and on the mason jars that were our favors for guest. It was the best day ever!"
Y'all, this one is for the boys! Reese Moore Photography teamed up with Fabulous Fete to show off how to celebrate an engagement party for the groom-to-be! So, get ready to revel in the finer aspects of contemporary Southern living and every gentleman's favorite things as the wedding planning gets underway, as showcased by this hunting-lodge-meets-fabulous-inspiration shoot for this Upstairs at Midtown wedding engagement party. The food (those mouthwatering ribs!) was catered by caterer extraordinaire Maybank Catering, while our friends at Squeeze OnSite were the magicians behind the Growler Station and Bourbon Bar.
A bourbon bar, cigar rolling station, and a growler station of craft beers offer the groom and groomsmen-to-be a plethora of ways to celebrate tying the knot before sending them off with a Brackish Bow Tie favor. Everyone can happily tuck into that enormous, mouth-watering rack of BBQ ribs, coleslaw, and a modern but elegant cake from Ashley Bakery. Exposed brick, deer antlers, silver camp cups, a vintage shipyard chain, and gentlemen's flasks help round out an elegant masculine theme that even the most feminine of brides is sure to love, while fine trout-adorned china, metallic chargers, and hops make for chic, colorful details.
Photographer: Reese Moore Weddings // Equipment Rentals :Ooh! Events // Cake Designer: Ashley Bakery // Ties: Brackish Bow Ties // Invitation Designer: Charleston Open House // Cigar Roller: Cigar Row // Caterer: King street hospitality group // Rentals: Polished // Caterer: Squeeze OnSite // Venue:Upstairs at Midtown // Event Planner: Fabulous Fete // Growler Station and Bourbon Bar: Squeeze Onsite
Haley + Greg got hitched this past Fall in a formal, Southern affair in downtown Charleston. Haley went with a chic black and pink color palette while she donned a classic ivory gown. Their intimate ceremony took place at the First Baptist Church of Charleston before heading to the historic Mills House Hotel to celebrate the night away to the tunes of Finger Snappin' Entertainment! Thanks to Mell Bell of Richard Bell Photography for capturing this fabulous Charleston Wedding!