Rob and Jessica have been in each others lives for nearly 20 years! The two met in high school but never dated….fast forward through college, different careers and all of life’s obstacles- the two never lost touch! The two were so happy to realize their connection and get married! It was a great time for them as well as their families and friends! The two did a lot themselves, focusing on good BBQ and lots of dancing!
Karilyn worked with Katie Jean Events to create a day with everything she loves: romance, water, southern traditions, vintage, and lace! Karilyn and Matt were married by Coastal Hospitality at The Island House in John’s Island. Guests dined on food provided by Duvall Catering and a beautiful cake by Cakes by Kasarda. We got to party all night with Union Road, a band out of Raleigh, NC. Karilyn had an elegant lace dress from Gown Boutique of Charleston. Her colors were teal and white and Katie Jean did a wonderful job setting up an amazing evening!
Kristina and Bryan met while attending the University of Rhode Island and had an activity filled wedding! Kristina wanted to keep the day to a natural feel, and make sure all guest had a great time. They had bocci ball, corn hole, cigar rolling, a smores station, and of course, lots of dancing! The wedding was at Magnolia Plantation, such a beautiful venue all year around, and Beth from Wildflowers Inc did such a great job coordinating, designing, and providing the flowers for the day. The carriage house looked whimsical with the greens hanging from the ceiling and the beautiful lights that were hung. The couple was married by Wedding Minister in Charleston under a tent from Event Haus. After the ceremony guests ate delicious meals from Cru Catering and had apple pie and pecan pie for dessert. The teams at Vanity Salon and Gown Boutique of Charleston had Kristina looking gorgeous as she walked down the isle to her groom. The couple left the party as husband and wife in a classic white car from Lowcountry Valet and Shuttle.
Elizabeth and Sri love dark, deep colors and cooler weather so when the two became engaged they knew they wanted to get married in December. Elizabeth is from Charleston and wanted to show off her southern style while also incorporating Sri’s Indian culture. They had a beautiful gold mandap for their ceremony with red and white roses. They had a two day celebration starting with a ceremony at The Rice Mill Building downtown. It was important for Elizabeth and Sri to have support from their families which is why they wanted a small intimate ceremony. The next day there was a huge party at the The Country Club of Charleston, with decorations by Frampton Flowers, which held a special place in Elizabeth’s heart because it is where her grandparents would take her as a child.
Jessica and Scott chose Charleston for their destination wedding for the southern charm and grace that the city eludes. The ceremony was held at the Confederate Home and the reception at the Old Exchange Building, both downtown. I love the magnolia flowers that were used as a bouquet, they were so beautiful. Lauren from Fox Events was great to work with, and the day was exactly what Jessica and Scott envisioned.