Jenna and Chris had a picture perfect day! The two had a beautiful ceremony at First Baptist Church and followed by an amazing ceremony at Daniel Island Club! The love these two share is so sweet!
Shelby and Matt wanted their wedding to be simple and elegant. The two chose gold as their main color focused everything around that. The two chose the Francis Marion because it was close to Grace Episcopal Church and easy for out of town guests to travel back and forth. Matt was born and raised in Charleston and he loves palmetto roses so the two decided to incorporate them into her bouquet and into to the groomsmen boutonnieres. It was a great celebration!
Larissa and Jason were so excited to not only be getting married, but after being long distance for years- finally living in the same place together! For their wedding they came to Charleston, Jason’s alma mater where they had a lovely ceremony. After the vows were exchanged the party began at Upstairs at Midtown where the couple enjoyed the company of close friends and family!
When it came to time to plan their wedding Gene wanted to keep tradition and have the military type wedding at the Citadel. The two wanted to incorporate the traditional military wedding with a laid back beach feel for the reception. They also wanted to incorporate Charleston culture into the reception because they knew it would be a destination type wedding since all of their families are scattered across the US. As a fun touch Mary and Gene chose to go with Shag dancing and lessons, low country boil and pulled bbq pork, and a sword line at the end of the ceremony to keep with their Charleston/Military them! To top off the fun Cocky the Gamecock even made a surprise appearance complete with dancing!
Kim and Nick wanted their wedding day to be the pairing of traditional and casual. The two chose Navy Blue and Gold as their wedding colors because it the colors of the US Navy. Since the couple are both Naval Officers it was a good way to tie that in. As a part of Naval tradition Nick wore his dress white uniform and the traditions couldn’t be complete without having a sword arch during the recessional. It was a happy day of celebrating, good food and dancing!
Laura and Lance met at a wedding they attended for mutual friends. After meeting and falling in love the two decided they wanted to get married in the city that they have been vacationing at for the last few years together. They wanted their day to include their love of travel as well as the people closest in their lives to celebrate their new marriage! The ceremony and reception were at the Historic Rice Mill in downtown Charleston- a venue that boasts waterfront views as well as old Charleston charm. The two had a sweet ceremony followed by a night of dancing and fun!
From the first time we met Malley and Austin for their engagement session it was obvious how in love this couple is! Since we had done photos of the two of them in the summer we were so looking forward to their November wedding at Middleton Place. Austin and Malley wisely chose Holly Simpson with A Charleston Event to coordinate their wedding day. Holly worked with Malley to put together a fun, relaxing and beautiful wedding. Malley was a gorgeous bride in a dress from Gown Boutique of Charleston and flowers from Keepsakes Florist. The ceremony was filled with thoughtful words and happy tears! After the ceremony was a celebration of the couples love that included Finger Snappin Entertainment, food by Middleton Place and cake from Cakes by Kasarda. It was such a joyous day for all! The happy couple danced and laughed with family and friends and ended the night with a sparkler exit and a kiss!
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.