Pink Southern Wedding at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens in Charleston, SC by Riverland Studios and Fraiche Event Design
Y'all, I've been dying to feature this glamorous Southern wedding but all this 70 degree weather just hadn't allowed for it! But today I just couldn't take it anymore and decided the time had come to bless you with this gorgeous Atlanta bash from Scobey Photography. Bride Jodi wore a stunning strapless gown she topped with a luxurious fur while the men wore classic tuxedos. After a traditional church ceremony, guests made their way to beautiful Capital City Club where guests dined and danced the night away!
Photographer: Scobey Photography // Reception Venue: Capital City Club Brookhaven // Floral Designer: Design House of Flowers // Cake Designer: Frosted Pumpkin Gourmet Inc. // Band: Infinity Band // Dress Store: Wedding Angels Bridal Boutique
Brian & Kim's Charleston wedding at The Historic Rice Mill Building by Paige Winn Photo and Mingle
I'm in the process of recovering from one heck of a crazy week that ended with yesterday's Bridge Run, so I figured since the soreness has kicked in and it looks like I'll be stuck to the couch for a bit, the least I could do is treat you to a dreamy Southern wedding. Maybe two if you're lucky! This Spring beauty comes to us straight from Texas at the Ranch at San Patricio. Erin + Cheston were able to incorporate beautiful flowers to achieve a romantic evening with plenty of oh-so fabulous vintage details. Thanks to Studio Eleven Photography for capturing all the loveliness!
I've been dying to share Brookley's Charleston wedding at the stunning Legare Waring House and I feel like today is the perfect day! Since they decided on a destination wedding, the couple took their time planning every intimate detail and, with the help of Declaration Boutique, it sure shows! I particularly LOVE those adorable, South Carolina pillows that graced the patio chairs. Too cute! Brookley wowed in timeless lace gown by Allure Bridals while the men rocked classic black tuxedos. The sweet couple said 'I do' in a romantic, outdoor ceremony under the Oaks as officiant, Christy Loftin, pronounced them husband and wife. The crowd celebrated with Lowcountry cuisine from Cru Catering, cake from D'lish and the tunes of Palmetto Soul! Thanks to King Street Studios for capturing all the wonderful details!
I've just been eating up this heavenly Spring weather we've been blessed this weekend! So, in honor of Southern Wedding Sunday, and this 75 degree weather, we've got Krystle + Lance's adorable engagement session from Chic Shot Studio that will have you b-lining to spend some time outside. I'm just giddy over the colorful balloons and how these two lovebirds seem to be floating away!
Photographer: Chic Shot Studio
This has been such a lovely week on A Lowcountry Wedding! Post after post has been filled with dreamy, Southern wedding goodness and from the looks of your pins, you feel the same way! Well, to keep with the trend, I've got another beauty for you that will make you go weak-in-your-pretty-little-knees. This one is straight from the coastal town of Edisto Island where Bride Sally Katherine spent her afternoon with Wild Cotton Photography at the romantic Brookland Pointe. It's everything we always ask for...beautiful bride, perfect lighting, Spanish moss and a charming ol' plantation house!
When both the bride and groom hail from the Holy City, you know you're in for quite the treat and Sarah + Will's Charleston wedding is just that! For starters, they enlisted the talented crew of Richard Bell Photography to capture their Lowcountry affair and their list of fabulous Charleston wedding vendors didn't stop there! Their touching ceremony took place at First Baptisit Church in Downtown Charleston before heading over the bridge to celebrate at Mt. Pleasant's Alhambra Hall. The reception was decked out in a classic blue, white and green color palette and accented with touches of sweet grass! Guests were treated to some mouthwatering Lowcountry cuisine that included shrimp and grits and pecan pralines!
We attended a wedding there together about a year before our wedding and it was extremely beautiful and very practical for a wedding. The large oak trees, the Spanish moss, the palm trees, and the dock by the water offered all the scenery you expect in the lowcountry. We also liked the ability to have the ceremony, social hour, and reception all in the same place but at different locations within walking distance on the plantation.
Our menu was all Lowcountry – pulled pork and chicken barbecue, macaroni and cheese, potatoes, green beans, salad, fruit and served sweet tea, lemonade, and water in small mason jars.
- If you have a budget, do your absolute best to stick to it. Work backwards starting with how many people you are going to have attend the wedding.
- Enjoy the wedding and the wedding planning process – do your best not to get caught up on every little detail, especially as the wedding day gets closer.
- Remember this is your day as a couple – you cannot please everybody!
- The most important advice is to keep your focus on the marriage and commitment you are about to make instead of just the planning of one day.