Pinwheel-inspired Old Wide Awake Plantation wedding in Charleston, South Carolina by Catherine Ann Photography
Alright gals, we're diving head first into another weekend full of Lowcountry wedding loveliness and to properly get the party started, we've got a chic Charleston wedding from the talented Reese Moore Photography. With lanterns lining the walk and hung from the trees, the couple, Lauren + Colin, wed outdoors in a Spring ceremony at the Gibbes Museum of Art. Winship Productions designed the flawless garden affair with a beautiful green and white color palette, and the fabulous team of Charleston wedding vendors didn't stop there! WildFlowers handled the stunning florals, DeClare Cakes created the classic cake, Mix Premier Bartending kept the beverages flowing and Cru Catering treated guests to late night sliders and mini milkshakes!
Photographer: Reese Moore Weddings / Hair Stylist: Affair Hair by...Tanesha / Caterer: Cru Catering / Event Planner: Winship Productions / Floral Designer: WildFlowers Inc. / Other: Mix Premier Bartending / Cake Designer: DeClare Cakes / Officiant: Lowcountry Wedding Minister / Venue: Gibbes Museum of Art
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!