I interned for Spoleto Festival one summer (years ago!), so when Reese Moore Wedding Photography shot over this jaw-dropper, I think I squealed. The Spoleto Festival Headquarters is located in Downtown Charleston on 14 George Street and as you can see, the building is just magnificent. Now, pair one-heck of a backdrop with a crazy cast of Charleston wedding vendors and you get this lavish lace inspiration shoot designed by Fabulous Fete. The beautiful model was outfitted in a dreamy Kira Elizabeth original that was complemented with delicate flowers from WildFlowers Inc., an elegant cake from Elaine’s Event and stunning stationery from Open House. Go ahead, get your pin on!
A group of talented Charleston wedding vendors recently teamed up for a chic, plum inspired shoot overlooking the Cooper River Bridge, and the images from Reese Moore Photography will leave you weak-in-the-knees! The purple perfection took place at one of our favorite Charleston wedding venues, Harborside East, and allowed for a picturesque, backdrop of the Charleston Harbor. The ladies of Fabulous Fete were the masterminds behind the whole design. They dreamed up a plum evening with ombre touches complete with a modern cake from The Cake Stand, sleek sequined pillows in varying shades of purple and orchids, lots of dreamy orchids!
“Stunning bride Brigid and husband-to-be Drew wanted a small, intimate, elegant fete for their wedding, so the two found a beautiful private home with an epic view of Sullivan’s Island for their big day. They welcomed guests with eco-friendly, signature glasses from Mr. B’s Sustainable Glassworks, and the couple wed on the porch overlooking the sweeping views of the beach. Brigid cried tears of joy throughout the ceremony… as did every other person there. Literally not a dry eye in the place! Then, after some photos on the beach, it was time for an elegant 3 course dinner on a long table decked with burlap, mason jars, candles, tulips, and low green and white center pieces. Brigid and Drew did their first dance on the deck and sunset, the perfect ending to a perfect day!”
Alright gals, we’re diving head first into another weekend full of Lowcountry wedding loveliness and to properly get the party started, we’ve got a chic Charleston wedding from the talented Reese Moore Photography. With lanterns lining the walk and hung from the trees, the couple, Lauren + Colin, wed outdoors in a Spring ceremony at the Gibbes Museum of Art. Winship Productions designed the flawless garden affair with a beautiful green and white color palette, and the fabulous team of Charleston wedding vendors didn’t stop there! WildFlowers handled the stunning florals, DeClare Cakes created the classic cake, Mix Premier Bartending kept the beverages flowing and Cru Catering treated guests to late night sliders and mini milkshakes!
Who’s ready for a coastal, Charleston wedding from the talented Reese Moore Photography?! Well, you’re in luck, because we’ve got a beauty for you! Caroline + Philip tied the knot on the shores of Folly Beach in an outdoor ceremony surrounded by their closest family and friends. Caroline dazzled in a stunning gown with a back that I just can’t get enough of, while the men looked dapper in black. After saying their vows, the couple took a moment for some intimate shots down by the water before joining their guests for a lively reception with adorable, personalized details.
Happy Saturday! Today, we’re sharing Kate + Randy’s super cute, Lowcountry engagement session from Reese Moore Photography. This adorable, Southern couple brought their cowboy hats and boots for a fun afternoon at one of Charleston’s favorite wedding venues, Boone Hall Plantation.
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!