Kevin & Melissa's Grey and Peach River Course wedding on Kiawah Island, South Carolina by Engaging Events
Grey & Yellow Lowndes Grove Wedding in Charleston, SC by Lowcountry Vendors Southern Protocol, Richard Ellis Photography and Branch Design Studio
Y’all, I am so thrilled to tell you guys we’re just weeks away from launching our first EVER A Lowcountry Wedding Lookbook….and it is awesome. It’s been a complete labor of love and while it's taken a little longer to finish up than expected, it has been so much fun to create, super crazy and difficult, and, at times, has made me want to throw in the towel, but it’s finally in the last stages and I can’t wait until we get to share it. There are pages and pages of AMAZING Lowcountry weddings from the most-sought after vendors along the Carolina coast and it will have you ooohhhhing and aaahhhing the whole way through! In the meantime, we thought we would hold you over with this beauty from the Capitol City captured by Richard Ellis Photography at 701 Whaley. We're in love with all of these beautiful pops of purple!
Pawleys Island is a hidden gem on the Lowcountry coast. It's a short drive from Myrtle Beach and just North of Charleston. It's home to the stately Heritage Plantation, a beautiful wedding venue situated between the Atlantic coast and the laid back Waccamaw River and it was the perfect spot for Ashley + Scott's Fall affair. Ashley went with a classic neutral color palette that florist, Tommy Newman, translated into gorgeous ceremony and reception decor. The Plantation was a picturesque backdrop for their dreamy day and our fab friends at Richard Ellis Photography were on hand to capture every single moment. After a touching ceremony, the guests were treated to dazzling evening under the Spanish moss with a cool Lowcountry breeze. Thanks for sharing your beautiful Heritage Plantation wedding!
Photography: Richard Ellis Photography / Florist: Tommy Newman / Ceremony and Reception Venue: The Heritage Plantation / Planner: Jennifer Aiken / Cake Designer: Pawleys Island Bakery / Entertainment: Heartbeat of Soul
Our friends over at Richard Ellis Photography recently sent over Jennifer + Patrick's timeless Charleston wedding and we just couldn't wait to share it with you! Last February, on the grounds of Charlestowne Landing, the couple tied the knot under the breathtaking avenue of oaks. Since Patrick had proposed under the same oaks trees just months beforehand (with his great-grandmother's engagement ring!), the historic grounds were the only option for their wedding day location. After their beautiful outdoor ceremony, the couple moved the reception to the lawn of the Legare Waring House. Here, guests enjoyed a fabulous assortment of Charleston cuisine from Saigon Catering, exquisite natural floral arrangements from Country & Lace and the lively Joe Clarke Big Band who kept the crowd dancing all night long! As the sun set behind the gorgeous Legare Waring House, it made for a spectacular backdrop to a stunning Lowcountry wedding!