Chris + Sarah's Pelican Watch Shelter wedding on Folly Beach with a coral, peach, ivory and gold color palette from Charleston wedding vendors Priscilla Thomas Photography, A Southern Ceremony, Wild Orchid Custom Floral Design and Eventworks.
If you've made your mind up and beach wedding is in your future, then you'll love every minute of this vibrant Folly Beach affair designed by Duvall Events and photographed by Richard Bell Photography. The beautiful bride sported a simple, elegant gown with a pair of Jack Rogers while the groom wore a tan suit. The tables were set with bud vases filled with an assortment of wildflowers while Jeanne's bouquet was full of luscious, pink peonies and daisies! After a touching ceremony, the newlyweds took some time to themselves for pictures on the dock before celebrating the night away with all of their guests!
From Jeanne: "A Celebration of Love - The most important thing to us in our wedding was celebrating love. We wanted the focus to be on the love between us, the love between us and our families, and the love between us and our friends rather than the little details and decorations. We wanted a naturally beautiful setting so we settled on the location, a Folly Beach house at the Washout, which happened to be owned by the family of our friend who introduced us. We wanted simple but elegant atmosphere so we chose to have string lights, seasonal wildflowers, and candlelight for decorations."
Last year, you may remember we featured Becca + Jay's Folly Beach wedding at the Pink Flamingo Beach House in our inaugural issue of A Lowcountry Wedding Magazine. It was amazing and the perfect location for anyone looking for a low-key beach affair, so I was super excited when Jenn + Brian's coastal bash made it's way to my inbox. This sweet couple also selected the Pink Flamingo to host their Lowcountry soiree and, with the help of the team at Party. Love. Birds, they created an effortless ocean side backdrop for their beautiful wedding day. My favorite details - the dessert bar from Wildflour Pastry, the succulent centerpieces and the outdoor lighting that made for the perfect evening under the stars!
Wedding Planner: Party.Love.Birds // Hair & Make-Up: Ash & Co Bridal // Officiant: Greg Rhudy // Catering: Cru Catering // Florist: Tiger Lily Weddings // Music: Johnny Breeze // Photographer: Erin McGinn Photography // Rentals: Event DRS // Transportation: Lightning Bugz // Venue: Pink Flamingo // Bakery: Wildflour Pastry //
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Becca & Jay's Folly Beach wedding at The Flamingo House by Dana Cubbage Weddings
I can't begin to tell you how excited I am for the things to come at A Lowcountry Wedding! We're in the process of bringing on a talented crew of interns to assist in our many project this summer and can't wait to introduce them to each and everyone of our favorite Lowcountry brides and vendors! We're starting this beautiful Spring week with a lovely Lowcountry engagement session from Whimsey Photography by Cana. The duo kicked things off in Downtown Charleston before heading out to Folly Beach to enjoy the sunset!
I thought today might be a good day to escape this dreary, winter weather and head to the breezy shores of Folly Beach where Lauren and Mark tied the knot this past September. Casual, intimate and understated, it was a Charleston destination wedding done right! I'm loving Lauren's coastal color palette, cheerful bouquets and her relaxed wedding day hairstyle created by Ash and Co. Bridal Hair and Make up. Her bridesmaids donned turquoise bridesmaids dresses that were paired with adorable bouquets with Gerber daises. To end the evening, the couple and their guest sent off beautiful wish lanterns into the lovely Lowcountry sky! Thanks to Caroline of Riverland Studios for a capturing this beautiful, Folly Beach wedding!
I hope everyone has enjoyed their time off! I wanted to kick off this short work week with a charming beach wedding from Charleston wedding vendor, Priscilla Thomas Photography. Toni and Doc met when Toni was a junior in high school and he was a freshman at USC. They were together throughout college but separated thereafter. In the 24 years that followed, they only saw each other once. But a few years ago they reconnected on Facebook and that led to a second chance to be together. Their wedding ceremony took place in the evening at Folly Beach by pier 1580. The family made a week long vacation out of the event by renting a beach house near the ceremony location. They opted for a simple, intimate wedding with close friends and family and classic blue details.
Photographer: Priscilla Thomas Photography
Katie + Adam's laid back, coastal engagement session from Whimsey Photography by Cana is what every Charleston bride hopes for. With the picturesque Lowcountry as the backdrop, the adorable couple was relaxed and in their element. The duo kicked things off with a casual walk along Folly Beach before taking a stroll downtown through White Point Gardens.
Photographer: Whimsey Photography by Cana
What could be better than to start this Tuesday morning off with a laid back, Folly Beach engagement session from a talented Charleston wedding vendor, HannahLane Photography? The couple, Christy + Kyle, decided that incorporating the beach into their casual, coastal portraits was a must because that's where Kyle popped the question...and we couldn't be more happier! With the waves crashing in the background, the duo looked relaxed and in love in this picturesque Folly Beach e-session that is sure to make any Lowcountry bride envious! Oh, and Christy + Kyle are tying the knot this weekend! We wish them much happiness in their new life together :)