It’s Monday again and we’re diving into this week with a beauty from the team at MCG Photography. Darling bride Rebecca wanted a whimsical, Charleston wedding to highlight her sweet, vintage style, and with the help of Tiger Lily Weddings, that’s exactly what she got! The couple said ‘I do’ at the stunning Grace Episcopal Church in Downtown Charleston in front of their closest friends and family. After a traditional ceremony in the historic church, the couple departed in a horse drawn carriage from Charleston Coach before a beautiful reception at the Francis Marion Hotel.
If you told me you weren’t loving every minute of neon making a comeback, I’d say you were lying through your teeth! Not only am I enjoying adding pops of neon into my wardrobe, I get giddy every time I see it poke it’s head into wedding decor. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite options to inspire you to add a little neon into your Lowcountry wedding decor! I’m kinda head-over-heels for the invitations and cakes. Fab.
The Summerall Chapel, on the grounds of the Citadel, is my favorite Charleston church. Maybe I’m a little biased, (well completely biased because that’s where I tied the knot!) but to me, it’s the most breathtaking ceremony venue in the Holy City and I always love to share a Summerall Chapel wedding with A Lowcountry Wedding readers! When you open the doors to the Chapel, the sunlight comes flooding in and it makes everyone go weak in the knees. Every. Single. Time. Just wait, you’ll see:) Now, on to the adorable couple Gina + Brandon. Bride Gina started the day with her maids in tow at the Cypress Salon in Summerville, before heading to the Citadel campus where they finished getting ready. After the ceremony, the newlyweds toured the beach and Charleston peninsula with the talented Philip of Studio 1250 for some gorgeous wedding portraits. Then, the duo joined their lively friends and family for an evening of dinner and dancing at the beautiful Francis Marion Hotel.
It always shocks me at the talent and creativity of Lowcountry wedding vendors. Wedding after wedding they design jaw-dropping, Lowcountry weddings that we can’t wait to sink our teeth into…literally! You know we’re always head-over-heels for a stunning cake and luckily for us, Charleston, Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head are home to a slew of truly, amazing cake artists. One wave of their buttercream wand and…voila, you’ve got show-stopping cake for all of your guests to gawk over and devour, of course
You know we never tire of a fabulous Lowcountry wedding around here, especially when the crazy-talented duo of Landon Jacob Productions is on-hand to capture every, single, jaw-dropping moment. When I saw this stunning Hilton Head wedding, I just knew I had to share it with our Lowcountry brides. We’ve got palmetto trees, a soft, blush color palette, a classic, coastal vibe and an adorable couple. Not a bad combination, eh? The twosome, Celia + Jeff, wed in a beautiful ceremony at the Church of Cross before a lively evening of dinner and dancing (and maybe a few glow sticks!) at the Hampton Hall Club. Celia is an absolute doll (a gorgeous doll, at that). She looked amazing in a dreamy, strapless gown that went perfectly with a smile that she sported throughout the entire event…and who could blame her!
Boy, do we have a charmer for all of you Lowcountry ladies to peruse as you head into the weekend! When the photographer duo of Sean Money + Elizabeth Fay sent over this precious wedding engagement session, I’m pretty sure I bounced up-and-down in my chair and may have even clapped my hands! I’ll go ahead and warn you, get ready for a serious Charleston-style swoon attack. Not only are the engaged couple, Leigh + Dan, absolutely adorable, they had the most stunning South of Broad backdrop (we’re talking charming alleyways and cobblestone!). I feel like every single image could be an ad for our favorite Holy City. That last shot…I die. Heaven.
Absolutely breathtaking! Can’t wait for the Beaufort Wedding!
Now, you know I’m a big fan of Boone Hall Plantation…and who wouldn’t be? The grounds are scattered with regal Oak trees, that are draped with Spanish moss, and at the heart of it all, you’ll find a stunning, Lowcountry Plantation. I know, I know…sounds like Charleston wedding heaven, right? Well, go ahead and thank Reese Moore Photography for sending this one over because you are about to fall in L-O-V-E. Bethany + Ryan tied the knot in a vintage wedding filled with sweet DIY elements at the famed Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Plantation. Sherry Ferguson created the beautiful flowers that went perfectly with Bethany’s dreamy pink, white and ice blue color palette while Hamby Catering took care of the delicious Lowcountry cuisine!