There aren’t many things I love more than a classic Boone Hall Bridal Session. One of Charleston’s most-sought after wedding venues offers an assortment of swoon-worthy backdrops that are perfect for a picturesque, Lowcountry bridal session. Blushing bride Amy threw on her cowboy boots for an effortless afternoon at the historic plantation. Lucky for us, Chi Photography was there to capture all the dreamy details!
I’m not sure about all of you, but we’re in route to the Boone Hall Plantation Oyster Roast to get our shuck on! In honor of one of my favorite weekends of the year, I figured Amanda + Nick’s engagement session from Priscilla Thomas Photography would be the perfect way to celebrate for those of you that won’t be able to join us today. This sweet duo spent the afternoon on the Plantation, at one of Charleston’s most-sought after wedding venues, as the danced in the cotton field, played with the horses and enjoyed spending time with their pooch, Indiana.
I felt compelled to share a little loveliness on this gorgeous, Lowcountry weekend and who better to assist than our friend and Charleston wedding vendor, Gillian Reinhardt of Carolina Studios! The sweet couple, Holly + Chris, joined Gillian for an afternoon in the Holy City before wrapping up the day at the picturesque Waterfront Park. I have to say I’m loving those personalized chalkboards!
William + Ashley combined a handful of my favorite things for their vintage-inspired engagement session from one uber-talented Charleston wedding vendor, Collette Mruk Photography! Let’s see…an adorable polka dot skirt, William’s suspenders, sassy red heels and an antique car. How can you not love every minute!?! Oh, and how could I forget. I’m head-over-heels for Ashley’s perfect ‘do!
Tiffany told me her photographer was insanely talented. Actually, if I remember correctly, she said ‘Homegirl is AMAZING’…and after you check this out I’m positive you’ll be thinking the same thing. Elle Olivia Photography is any girl’s dream photographer. She captures timeless images that will make you weak-in-the-knees! She met up with Tiffany + Jake at Congaree National Park, one of the couple’s most treasured places, where they soaked up that gorgeous natural night. For any gal that’s in the midst of planning her engagement session attire, I’d take some nots from Tiffany. Her chic, classic selections perfectly complement her style and that wonderful setting. After a quick wardrobe change, they headed to one of Tiffany’s favorite spots, the Columbia Antique Mall, to cap off the evening. It was the Antique Mall that made Tiffany realize if Jake was willing to sacrifice countless weekends to support her antiquing habit then he must be a keeper! We can’t wait to see these two tie the knot this coming April! Thanks for sharing!
Shannon + Kirk first laid eyes on each other at Planet Fitness, and before they knew it, they were inseparable. Quickly after their instantaneous connection, the couple realized it was the real deal and after a short courtship, Kirk popped the question! This adorable twosome is knee-deep in planning their dream Lowcountry wedding and recently enlisted the help of one of our favorites, South Carolina wedding vendor, Ricki Ford Photographers, to capture them in all their loving glory.
Emily + Andrew tied the knot at, hands down, one of our favorite Lowcountry wedding venues…the gorgeous Magnolia Plantation and Gardens! Emily stunned in an off-the-shoulder, lace gown that she paired with a perfect pair of loafers, while her bridesmaid dazzled in a peach gown. Lucky for us, the talented Carmen Ash Photography was there to capture the moment as the couple said ‘I do’ in a dreamy, outdoor ceremony under the oaks. Don’t you just love those umbrellas? With the assistance of the crew at Intrigue Design & Events, the sweet couple treated their guests to quite the reception including tasty, Lowcountry cuisine from Good Food Catering (let me get some of those ham biscuits!), a heavenly dessert station, cigar bar and late night snacks! Thanks to Absolutely Charleston, Emily + Andrew exited in a sea of sparklers as they departed under the Charleston stars.