Hillary and Lee were married at Boone Hall Plantation on Valentine’s Day. Stephanie from Sweetgrass Events worked with Hillary on designing a day where there was a basic color scheme and the bridal party got to pick their look so they could be comfortable and ready to party! She had a beautiful jeweled flower bouquet. The couple are huge South Carolina Gamecocks fan and Cocky showed up at the reception and dancing the night away with entertainment from Other Brother Entertainment! Cru Catering had guests’ mouth watering with delicious food and Sablee Patisserie and Chocolaterie designed a beautiful three layered purple ombre cake with a Reese Peanut Butter Cup groom’s cake for the chocolate peanut butter lovers. Event Haus provided rentals for the day and Hillary looked her best thanks to Ash & Co. Bridal Hair.
Michelle and Josh started their wedding weekend with a rehearsal dinner at Five Loaves downtown and the following day got married at St. Luke’s Chapel followed by a reception at Magnolia Plantation. Michelle worked with Sweetgrass Events, EventWorks, Sara York Grimshaw Florist, Ashley Bakery, and Paper Dolls Wedding Hair and Make-Up to make her wedding perfect. Michelle picked her flowers and cake and from there let the professionals take over to complete the look of the day. And we just loved the vintage white Bentley the couple used throughout the day.
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!