Danielle & James {Charleston Wedding Guide}03.09.15

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Danielle and James intimate destination wedding at Middleton Place is featured on Charleston Wedding Guide’s blog. Surrounded by family, they exchanged vows in the butterfly garden overlooking the Ashley River followed by dinner. The bride’s vintage-style included a chic gown and flowers in her hair. The touches of pink in the Danielle’s bouquet and hairpiece offered a pop of color and hint of spring, which is perfect for this early March wedding.

 

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Jessica & Josh {Love Toast Blog}03.09.15

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Now that it’s March, everyone in Charleston is having spring thoughts. This March wedding from last year reminds me why a soft, warm wedding color palette is lovely. Jessica and Josh wanted a classic Southern affair for their Savannah wedding. Peach hues and sweetgrass roses paired well with gold glitter and twine wrapped wine bottle centerpieces. I’m elated their wedding is featured by Love Toast Blog. Jessica had great DIY wedding decor elements. In fact, an image of her centerpieces is one of my most popular pins on Pinterest. Congratulations to Jessica and Josh who will be celebrating their one year anniversary this month!

 

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Kim & Manish {The Knot The Carolinas Magazine}02.24.15

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Last May I was elated to photograph a multi-cultural wedding at Harborside East that included two ceremonies – a Hindu ceremony and a Unitarian ceremony. The Hindu ceremony was filled with vibrance and fun while the Unitarian ceremony was intimate and sweet. This fusion of traditions and rituals was one of the most unique weddings I’ve been a part of, but what made it amazing was the couple and their families. Kim and Manish wanted an elegant wedding but with a rock star edge. Both love music and were inspired by the idea of a concert. Eclectic music selections and an encore dance party with glow sticks concluded a magical night.

At the end of 2014 their wedding was published in the Winter issue of The Knot The Carolinas magazine. The publication is on stands until spring so go snag a copy while you can!

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Edree & Mike {White Point Gardens Wedding}02.23.15

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This intimate fall wedding features a blush and neutrals color palette with glamourous touches of sequins and feathers reminiscent of the 1920s. The gents donned traditional black tuxedos, including Edree and Mike’s son – Tyler. The couple were wed in front of close friends and family in the gazebo at White Point Gardens. Guests used SCOOP to taxi to Magnolias restaurant for an elegant seated dinner.

The couple met in November 2007 at a flag football game. Shortly after their 5 year anniversary, they learned Tyler would be coming along to make them a family. A few months later Edree and Mike were in Charleston visiting relatives. Mike planned a special day to pamper Edree with some clothes shopping and an elegant night out. They dined at Hank’s Seafood restaurant. Edree details Mike’s proposal, “We were halfway through dinner, and Mike starts asking me how I am feeling, and if I am excited about the stuff going on in our life, and our baby on the way, and I say of course and go on and on. He then starts to stand up, pulls the ring out and says, “Are you going to be excited about this?” and puts the ring on the table! And starts to walk around the table towards me. While he is walking towards me, I start shrieking and shaking and excitedly laughing. I start asking a whole bunch of excited questions really fast like ‘Oh my god!!!…. Is this for real?!!!’ Mike then gets down on one knee and, says ‘Edree I love you very much, will you marry me?!’ Of course I said yes and was shaking and hug and kissed him!” Those in the restaurant started clapping and the waiter brought them complimentary champagne toast and dessert. With November being a significant month for the couple already, they decided to make it their wedding month as well and wanted to exchange vows in the beautiful city they got engaged. Congratulations to Edree & Mike and their family!

Wedding Team: Ceremony Venue – White Point Gardens, Reception Venue – Magnolias Restaurant, Wedding Cake – DeClare Cakes, Floral Design – Pretty Petals of Charleston, Bridal Hair & MUA – Lashes & Lace Bridal Hair & Makeup, Officiant – Two Guys and a Wedding, Videography – Dock House Digital, Transportation – Charleston Style Limo and SCOOP

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Brandi & Adam {Carats & Cake}02.22.15

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Brandi & Adam had a light and ethereal spring destination wedding in Charleston. Their choice for neutral hues of taupe, gold, and blush created a soft yet inviting soiree. The heart of historic Charleston is featured with portraits on cobblestone paths, Washington Square and facades of eclectic architecture. Their ceremony and festivities took place at McCrady’s restaurant. It is no surprise that such a beautiful wedding is shared on Carats & Cake.

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