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Trixie and Scott’s Wedding at Cottage on the Creek, Mt. Pleasant, SC

 

Update: We have posted the full wedding album!  Click here to see!

You can tell a lot about people by how they handle stress and disappointment, and I can say that Trixie and Scott’s whole family is just top notch.  Their wedding was September 6th, which was the day that Hurricane Hanna was supposed to hit Charleston.  Their original ceremony and reception site, Seabrook Island, closed for storm preparations, and they had to completely pick up and move their entire event in 2 days.  Fortunately Cottage on the Creek, near Shem Creek, came through with flying colors.  Everyone, especially Trixie’s mom, Vicki, were so upbeat and happy and positive throughout the entire event, and it was a real encouragement to me.

The rehearsal dinner happend right in the middle of what was then Tropical Storm Hanna.  It was very rainy.  Trixie and Scott were good sports and went out for some pictures in the rain.

The rehearsal dinner happened right in the middle of what was then Tropical Storm Hanna. It was very rainy. Trixie and Scott were good sports and went out for some pictures in the rain.

The wedding day, of course, was sunny and warm and beautiful.  Trixie was very insistant that we do pictures outside.

The wedding day, of course, was sunny and warm and beautiful. Trixie was very insistent that we do pictures outside.

Shem Creek is wonderfully characteristic of Charleston.  I love their ceremony site.

Shem Creek is wonderfully characteristic of Charleston. I love their ceremony site.

People, sparklers are just meant to be waved at a safe distance.  Please do not throw the sparklers at the bride and groom.  Common mistake.

People, sparklers are just meant to be waved at a safe distance. Please do not throw the sparklers at the bride and groom. Common mistake.