A Lowcountry Wedding is the ultimate planning tool for brides tying the knot in Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head…or anywhere in our beloved Lowcountry region. I guess you could say we’re every Lowcountry Bride’s trusty, new best friend!
Our guess is that you’re probably super excited and slightly overwhelmed with the crazy checklist that stands in the way of you and your dream wedding day, so we’re here to help. We strive to keep you in the loop with all the bridal happenings around town and will provide you with helpful tips to ensure your wedding planning process goes as smoothly as possible.
We’ll make sure you get your daily dose of inspiration by showcasing stunning, real weddings, engagements and bridal sessions and, of course, we’ll make sure to keep you up-to-date on all the industry trends. We also want to connect you with the Lowcountry’s top-notch wedding vendors that not only fit your style, but also your budget.
Charleston is home to some of the finest vendors in the wedding industry and A Lowcountry Wedding is happy to connect you with them. They are the most trusted and skilled vendors in their region and more knowledgeable than you can imagine. Their customer services skills are impeccable and their work cannot be surpassed. You’ll take comfort in knowing you have A Lowcountry Wedding professional at your side.
Erin has always had a passion for weddings and a love of the beautiful Lowcountry. Growing up in Atlanta, her family regularly made trips to the coast and has great memories of vacationing in Kiawah Island. While in college, she spent an occasional summer in Charleston where she eventually met a Citadel Grad (and her future husband!), Brian.
After graduating from the University of Georgia, Erin got her start in the wedding industry at one of Atlanta’s premiere catering and event design companies and has continued to build on this knowledge ever since. After a year and a half engagement, Erin and Brian were married in May 2010 at the Citadel’s Summerall Chapel, followed by a perfect downtown reception. She draws upon her experiences as both a vendor and a bride while writing for A Lowcountry Wedding and is excited to continue educating and inspiring brides of the Lowcountry!