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Sally & Michael

Sally and Micheal met through a mutual friend and they wanted a wedding that was Southern Classic meets Northern Italian.  The ceremony was held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church and the reception at Hibernian Hall.  Super Delux was the seven piece band and they did a great job doing a second line, which is a tradition from New Orleans were they play while wedding party and guests make procession into the ceremony.  Ok Florist did a great job creating beautiful pieces for the day, and Modern Trousseau helped Sally pick out the perfect dress for her!  Congrats Sally and Michael! rbpwedding rbpwedding-2 rbpwedding-3 rbpwedding-4 rbpwedding-5 rbpwedding-6 rbpwedding-7 rbpwedding-8 rbpwedding-9 rbpwedding-10

Rachel & Robert

Rachel and Robert both went to the University of Georgia, but met in Charleston during Spring Break.  They were married at St. Luke’s Chapel and had the reception at the Thomas Bennett house.  Rachel did not have a “vision” for the day, but used natural colors like green and white to make the occasion perfect.  The flower lamps made by a family friend were just amazing and added such a great accent to the reception.  Rachel’s dress is from Modern Trousseau in Charleston, and she looked stunning in it.  We are so glad we got to see this sweet couple tie the knot!  Rachel and Robert were also featured on Borrowed and Blue and you can check it out here!reeve-0133 reeve-0140 reeve-0225 reeve-0321 reeve-0440 reeve-0445 reeve-0556 reeve-0888 reeve-0922 reeve-0924 reeve-0926

Lori and Chris’ Elegant Boone Hall Wedding

Lori and Chris wanted a classic, elegant wedding that really highlighted vintage Boone Hall Plantation.  Everything from the cotton boutineers to the mason jars showed off a rustic yet sophisticated look that outlined the huge Oak Trees at the entrance to Boone Hall.  Wedding hair was by Carrie at Paper Dolls Wedding Hair & Make-Up.  Modern Trousseau helped Lori pick out her beautiful mermaid style gown.  Stephanie at Sweetgrass Events and Tiger Lily florist created a beautiful reception that used silvers, ivories, and pops of purple throughout.  Old photos of the bride and groom were displayed in old rustic frames and hung up to show off the bride and grooms personal style.  Lace and burlap were a staple as decorating pieces to pay respect to the South!  Many of the decorations were handcrafted by the mother of the bride.  Good Food Catering brought southern favorites for guests to dine on.  Entertainment by DJ Mateo Jones had guests dancing all night.  Cakes by Kasarda created a beautiful four tiered white cake that featured cascading purple flowers.  To end the evening the bride and groom were showered with lavender, cheers, and tears!