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.
Zabrina and James met while working together and they got married at Magnolia Plantation. Z wanted a chic, country, vintage style wedding. She had wine barrels to hold the programs for the ceremony, and also wine barrels topped with an old barn door for the dessert table. They had a mixture of mahogany farm tables with lace runners and round tables on the sides with ivory damask linens. Lanterns lined the Carriage House along the farm tables. Pretty Petals did a great job with the flowers for the ceremony, adding some succulents to the mix for a variety of colors. The couple rented a 1957 school bus from Lowcountry Valet & Shuttle for their leave. Congratulations to Z and James, we wish you many years of happiness!