Rob and Jessica have been in each others lives for nearly 20 years! The two met in high school but never dated….fast forward through college, different careers and all of life’s obstacles- the two never lost touch! The two were so happy to realize their connection and get married! It was a great time for them as well as their families and friends! The two did a lot themselves, focusing on good BBQ and lots of dancing!
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Dana and Russell planned a very personalized wedding celebration! With blue being Dana’s favorite color, glamour being the underlying theme and art displayed creatively throughout! Apart from individually painted place settings there was an artist live painting the whole event. With a ton of great plans in place, even the best plan got thrown off a bit with the 1000 year storm showing up for the wedding too! Because the day had to be spent inside we did a shoot a few days later outside, once the rain stopped! Dana and Russell had a great attitude and enjoyed the wet day as well as the dry shoot- as you can see they are a gorgeous couple!
When Sutton and Patrick decided to get married, Charleston was the obvious choice! The two met in Charleston and fell in love here. After choosing the Historic Rice Mill it was easy to see the natural beauty of the venue and go with a minimal rustic theme. The venue was decorated with flickering candles and fresh flowers, all following the color theme of navy, gold and blush. The two wanted wedding to be a huge celebration and to be fun, so they placed games just outside of the bar for a guests to play, a life sized jenga set and a corn hole set and of course, glow sticks on the dance floor!
Megan and Ben wanted to have a laid back, low country chic wedding, incorporating some of the elements that they love about Charleston. The two love to travel, and with Charleston being their favorite city, the two wanted their guests to feel like they had a Charleston experience. When it came to colors, flowers and details the key was elegant, but not over the top fancy! With a cookie bar, southern comfort food and “make your own tea” mason jar favors the wedding was the perfect combo of the comfort of Charleston as well as the elegance.
Emma and Bobby wanted quite a traditional wedding, with some aspects that showcased their personality and love. Many of the wedding guests hadn’t visited Charleston before, so the two thought it would be fun to have Southern-inspired food, and a Firefly-lemonade cocktail to go along with it. To make Emma’s side of the family feel more at home, there was a Pimm’s Cup cocktail – a very English drink! The two had a beautiful day!
Nicole and Ed wanted a romantic, vintage accented, southern charm wedding celebration! The two wanted a beautiful, fun and easy that celebrated their love- and that’s exactly what they got! Every detail of the day was planned and coordinated according to Nicole’s ideas- from the flowers, to the tea/mason jar favors, to the mint couches outside!
Sarah and Chris had a beautiful, traditional wedding- complete with a Catholic mass for their wedding ceremony at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. The bride and groom met their very first day of medical school and their friendship grew into a sweet romance. This couple had such a happy and sweet wedding! The reception was a joyous celebration with good food and and dancing thanks to The Francis Marion Hotel and Pinnacle Light and Sound! Congratulations to this happy couple!