Brian & Kim's Charleston wedding at The Historic Rice Mill Building by Paige Winn Photo and Mingle
Noel + Brandon's Georgetown, SC engagement session by Myrtle Beach wedding vendor Carmen Ash Photography
You're going to die over this charming, Lowcountry wedding at the Pavilion at Pepper Plantation. Designed by Winship Productions, every ounce of Brittany + Tim's Charleston wedding is so stinkin' cute I can barely stand it! The bridesmaids were dressed in icy, blue LulaKate dresses matched with vibrant, pink peony bouquets from Branch Design Studio (that will make you melt!), while the men sported classic tan suits. I have to say this might be one of my favorite bridal parties ever. Not only do I love everything about their attire, but they were clearly ready to have a good time. The group shots Reese Moore Photography captured after the ceremony are just priceless. At the reception, Brittany kicked up her cowboy boots as guests dined on delicious Lowcountry cuisine before enjoying tasty treats from the surprise ice cream truck! At the end of the evening, the newlyweds jumped in their antique car and jetted away!
It's Friiiiday and we're wrapping up this week with an effortless Carolina Lowcountry wedding from the talented Emily Lapish Photography. The bride, Crystal, went with a preppy, Southern color palette of pink and green for her Fall affair. Her maids were outfitted in pink, strapless gowns that were accented with soft, green hydrangea bouquets. The couple tied the knot in a sweet outdoor ceremony in front of friends and family before continuing the celebration with fabulous music, food and adorable burlap details! Crystal + Nat's love story spans eleven years and includes many tales of missed chances and attempted introductions. Thanks to Crystal for filling us in on all the details: "2010: the year God changed my life forever. I had been on more dates that I could count with dismal results to say the least. I had cried myself to sleep more nights that I care to admit to anyone and I was slowly slipping into the abyss of despair. One Sunday morning at church something changed. I saw Nat. I knew who he was and I desperately wanted to go over and say something. I called a friend the next day and casually asked about him. She took it upon herself to give him my number, but I didn't hold my breath that he would call...they never called. This time was different, he did call. He wanted to meet me for dinner. "At the end of the best date of my life - full of laughter, conversation and, to put it mildly, magic - he said the words I had always wanted to hear: "Can I see you again?" The next couple of months were like nothing I had ever experienced. He was what I had always dreamed of. Kind, attentive, fun. Everything I needed and had ever wanted. In November, after 6 months of bliss, my fairy tale came true. Nat Dinkins got down on one knee and asked me to be his wife. Through the tears and laughter I, of course, said yes!! In October 2011, I put on the white dress and veil that every girl dreams of wearing. I walked down the aisle to the man of my dreams. A man that loves me, protects my heart, and gave me the love I felt was out of my reach. In front of our family, friends and God, we began our life together. With God as center, we'll embark on the journey we call life. Our happily ever after."