Ginny’s vision for her big day was a winter wedding with classy, southern charm and lots of candle light for a warm, cozy feeling. She chose black bridesmaids dresses and a classic black tux with bow tie for the groomsman. Ginny had the talented team from Salon Capelli do a great job showing off her beautiful green eyes and long blonde hair. The ladies had Gown Boutique of Charleston had Todd in tears when she walked down the isle in her beautiful gown. For flowers, Ginny wanted to have whites with just little springs of green to contrast the bridesmaids black dresses and also to fit in with the winter theme. Country and Lace Florist did a great job pulling together Ginny’s vision and coordinating the event. Following the ceremony, a bagpiper played filling the streets with the happy announcement of a new marriage. Walking over to the Mills House from the French Huguenot Church, the bridesmaids carried candles for a very festive touch. Ginny also choose lots of silver and gold for a touch of sparkle that added to the elegant feel. Immaculate Confections designed and baked a beautiful cake for guests to enjoy. Both Ginny and Todd agreed that they wanted their wedding to be FUN! So they decided to have a great band, Momentum, at the reception to keep the reception upbeat and lively! Ginny wore her grandmothers’ fur stole to the reception and her bridesmaids wore monogrammed wraps. Their big leave consisted of everyone throwing artificial snow to wrap up the wonderful winter wedding!
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Whitney and Kyle’s were married in June, and they had a beautiful Charleston wedding, with lots of southern accents and little glitz and glamor! The ceremony was held at St. Andrew’s Historical Church in Mount Pleasant and a reception following at The Mills House downtown. I loved the glitter monogram that Cakes by Kasarda incorporated on the cake! Vanity Salon had Whitney looking her best as she walked down the isle to her groom. Kyle and Whitney did not ignore the fact that they were married on Flag Day, and they had a custom flag made for the occasion that was waived as they made their big exit. We are so glad we got to be apart of Kyle and Whitney’s special day!