We had a great time at the William Aiken House for Blair and Tyler’s wedding. Stacey at Red Letter Events coordinated a luxurious day, and Blair’s simple yet elegant dress was gorgeous on her. Congrats Blair and Tyler! You can also check out Blair and Tyler’s wedding published by The Bride Link here
Laura and Keane met at a Citadel tailgate and so it was very fitting the two got married at Summerall Chapel. Sara York Grimshaw was the florist and she did such a great job making the ceremony and reception so elegant and whimsical. The reception was held at Harborside East and Cru Catering and Event Haus made sure everyone had a great time and great food. Congrats Laura and Keane!
Brandy and Dug grew up in the same town in Illinois, but it took Dug 20 years to ask Brandy out, and we were honored to be apart of their special day. The couple loves the travel and they were so excited to have family come from 16 hours away to be here! Branch Design Studio designed some amazing green boutiques for the bride, and Katherine at Breeze helped make this day memorable for everyone. Project Wedding featured Bandy and Dug recently and you can check it out here!
Abby and Andrew met at Charleston Southern University in 2009, and got married this past April. They had there rehearsal dinner at Red’s on Shem Creek and the following day a ceremony at Immaculate Conception Church in Goose Creek and the reception at Wescott Golf Club. Megan at Mingle helped make a nautical themed day, with First Bloom of Charleston adding some rope to the boutineer’s and centerpieces. Abbie’s Bakery tied in the same idea with a beautiful white and navy cake. We had a great time getting to know these guys over the past few months and wish them lots of happiness!
Danielle and Kevin were married at Magnolia Plantation in April, and they had the most perfect day for South Carolina Azaleas! Congrats guys, we wish you many years of happiness! You can check more pictures from this wedding on Borrowed and Blue here!
Kendra and Matt were married at Mepkin Abbey with a reception at Old Santee Canal State Park. They had a wedding that reminded me of a southern, vintage, tea party! Each table was accented with a cake, to remind guests that Life and Love is Sweet, and they wanted guests to go home with a little something sweet. Kendra and Matt had a beautiful day and they got to be married under the sun in the state they love so much! Congratulations you two!
Taylor is from North Carolina and Robbie is from Georgia, but the couple met right here in South Carolina which is why they decided to get married here! Robbie is a graduate of the Citadel and Summerall Chapel and Holliday Alumni Center were the perfect settings their wedding day! Taylor showed her love for monograms throughout the day, and her dad is a retired Naval Officer so she was delighted to see both her favorite men in uniform. In Bloom did a beautiful job with the flowers and decorations, and what an awesome Reese Cup grooms cake from Sablee Patisserie & Chocolaterie. Taylor and Robbie were also published and you can check it out here!
Rachel and Jack had a beautiful outdoors wedding at the William Aiken House, followed by a tented reception after the ceremony. The groom and his groomsmen showed off their love for superheros with their awesome socks, while the bride had a beautiful strapless gown. We had a great day celebrating with these two and wish them many years of happiness!
Rebecca and Thomas had a traditional wedding ceremony, followed by a reception at Boone Hall Plantation in March. Bridal House of Charleston helped Rebecca to pick out an amazing two-piece off the shoulder dress. Holly with A Charleston Event coordinated the day, while Keepsake Florist did a great job with flowers and decorations. Rebecca and Thomas were met outside of St. John’s Lutheran Church with a horse and carriage from Palmetto Carriage Works. Borrowed and Blue featured Rebecca and Thomas’ wedding, and you can check it out here: http://www.borrowedandblue.com/charleston/weddings/rebecca-thomas.