I already know what you guys are going to say about this beautiful wedding just south of Charleston and right outside of Hilton Head. You’re going to tell me how you just love Bride Katie’s gorgeous up-do and you can’t get enough of her adorable shoes. You’ll be all weak-in-the-knees for the precious bridesmaids dresses and tell me how you are absolutely smitten over her lush bouquet and dreamy florals and that you’re having a serious swoon attack over the romantic photography from the talented Diana Deaver. Even after ALL of that, you’ll tell me what you’re really head-over-heels for, wish-you-could-have-been-there, can’t-stop-thinking-about, is how this wedding is the epitome of all things Lowcountry. The entire affair revolves around the breathtaking, outdoor scenery that’s dripping with Live Oaks and gorgeous sunlight which, of course, lends itself well to the perfect backdrop for a big ol’ Southern wedding. Lowcountry heaven at it’s finest!
Call me a sucker, but send me a Charleston wedding at a beautiful Lowcountry venue with a gorgeous, Southern bride, adorable Southern details, and a man in a kilt and you better believe I will post it for all the world to see! Jessica + Elliotte selected The Pavilion at Pepper Plantation to host their outdoor ceremony and, later, their happening celebration! With the help of Ashley from An Event to Remember, the bride was able to incorporate her groom’s Scottish heritage into an irresistible, rustic evening. They included burlap throughout, bales of hay at the ceremony, boiled peanuts, charming bouquets and centerpieces from Country & Lace and, my personal favorite, a S’mores Bar! Thanks to the crew at Richard Bell Photography for capturing yet another perfect Charleston wedding!
I was pretty blown away when I laid my eyes on April’s Bridal Portraits (and just wait, you will be, too!) captured by Riverland Studios. April’s basically the definition a timeless beauty. Truthfully, she reminds me of Kate Middleton. Not only is she gorgeous, her entire ensemble is effortlessly perfect. The Lowcountry session kicked off at one of Charleston’s favorite wedding venues, The William Aiken House, where April stunned in her strapless wedding gown from the Gown Boutique of Charleston, that she accented with an embellished sash around the waist. She carried an elegant bouquet designed by InventivENVIRONMENTS, which complimented her killer shoes (seriously, aren’t that fabulous?) and those jaw-dropping earrings.
Lord knows we love a good Lowcountry wedding around here, but every once in awhile, we run across a wedding that makes us want to pack our bags and head straight to a dreamy, new destination. So, today we’re going on a road trip with Tangled Lilac Photography to catch a glimpse of Wendy + Jon’s Agave of Sedona wedding in Arizona…and trust me, you’re going to be glad you made the trip! This breathtaking, mountainous setting is like nothing I’ve seen before. It was the perfect muse for their rustic, color palette and made for a gorgeous backdrop for the intimate, outdoor ceremony.
We’re cooking up another crazy week here on the A Lowcountry Wedding blog and we’re hoping all of you beautiful Southern belles are ready to revel in the fabulousness of this adorable Charleston wedding from Lindsey A. Miller Photography and a crazy, talented crew of Charleston wedding vendors. The perfect Southern fete took place at one of our favorite Charleston wedding venues, Harborside East. Nestled at the foot of the Cooper River Bridge, this one-of-a-kind venue offered breathtaking views for Casey + Allen’s outdoor ceremony and relaxing, Spring evening. The crew at MOD Events incorporated sweetgrass bouquets and boutonnieres, burlap accented centerpieces, delicious Lowcountry cuisine from Jim-N-Nick’s BBQ, and classic signature cocktails for a truly magical, Charleston wedding.
Girls, you know I love to blog about a fabulous bridal session, especially one with a stunning bride! Today’s Southern Belle, Empi, went with a country, vintage-inspired look for her bridal portraits, and with the talented CivicPhotos on hands, that look was easy to achieve. Things got started at the timeless Lancaster Hotel before heading out to the countryside so she could show off her boots…oh, and ride a horse!
It’s no secret that we love some Southern, burlap details up in here, and for that reason alone (oh, and some seriously gorgeous photography), we’re field trippin’ it up to Tennessee for this one-of-a-kind Southern stunner. I did a little happy dance when Amber, of Amber Davis Photography, sent over this wedding because I just KNEW you Lowcountry ladies would go crazy over it. Bailey + Chris tied the knot this past October in an outdoor ceremony followed by a tented reception on the grounds of Cheval Manor Farms. The whole event is laced with simple, yet beautiful, burlap details that give the entire day a rustic and relaxed feel. They even treated their guests to a Lowcountry-esque boil, a Smores station and even sent them packing with sweet, honey favors! Oh, and how adorable are those Toms? Love!