Francie + Walker's Wachesaw Plantation wedding was understated, elegant and full of Lowcountry charm. The couple, who were engaged on New Year's Eve, planned a late Summer wedding in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina with their closest friends and family members in attendance. Francie, a detail-oriented nurse, teamed up with a close family friend to plan and design the Southern evening she had in mind. She wore a stunning gown from White Magnolia Bridal that she paired with a soft up-do and equaly stunning train. Her seven bridesmaids wore long blue dresses in a shade of pastel blue and carried bouquets of roses and hydrangeas with berry accents. The couple tied the knot in a heartfelt ceremony at Belin Memorial United Methodist Church before bee-lining to Wachesaw Plantation where the celebration began! After enjoying cocktails by the water, guests where ushered inside where white linens topped with white and blush centerpieces set the tone for the Southern-inspired soiree. As Men of Distinction took the stage, the party moved to the dance floor where the crowd remained until the couple departed under a shower of sprinklers! Thanks to Jennings King Photography for capturing all the pretty.
Photographer: Jennings King Photography // Transportation: Carolina Limousine // Band: Men of Distinction // Makeup Artist: Paper Dolls // Hair Stylist: Wilson's on Washington // Dress Store: White Magnolia Bridal // Floral Designer: Carolina Charm // Bakery: Pawleys Island Bakery // Ceremony Location: Belin Memorial United Methodist Church // Reception Venue: Wachesaw Plantation
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