Tori and Nick were married at Magnolia Plantation and had lots of details that to remind the bride and groom of their grandmothers. Each of their grandmothers picked cotton as a child and so Tori and Nick wanted to incorporate cotton into the the day. Tori’s bridals were taken right in the middle of perfect azalea season, and Nathan captured some amazing pictures that day. And the groom is a huge golf fan, so it was fun to add a little club action to the mix! We enjoyed getting to work with Dee Barnes who did an excellent job designing, coordinating, and decorating the event. Tori and Nick had such a sweet day and I am sure her grandmother was looking down with a huge smile! Congrats you two!
Lisa and Kevyn wanted a destination wedding where friends and family could all come together to celebrate their love as well as have a nice vacation. Boone Hall Plantation was the perfect venue for them for it’s relaxed atmosphere and they both love being outside! Ooh Events worked closely with Lisa to bring together a natural colored, ivory and blush, classic wedding. And the flower girls were just too adorable to leave out! What a georgous bride and groom, congratulations Lisa and Kevyn!
Lisa and Kevyn were also featured on The Wedding Row, and you can check that out here!
Whitney and Kyle’s were married in June, and they had a beautiful Charleston wedding, with lots of southern accents and little glitz and glamor! The ceremony was held at St. Andrew’s Historical Church in Mount Pleasant and a reception following at The Mills House downtown. I loved the glitter monogram that Cakes by Kasarda incorporated on the cake! Vanity Salon had Whitney looking her best as she walked down the isle to her groom. Kyle and Whitney did not ignore the fact that they were married on Flag Day, and they had a custom flag made for the occasion that was waived as they made their big exit. We are so glad we got to be apart of Kyle and Whitney’s special day!