Emily and Ryan could not have picked a better location for their summer, destination wedding. The event was held at Boone Hall Plantation. Ceremony took place in front of the plantain home, and the reception was held at the Cotton Dock. For this couple, it was all about having their family contribute to their special day. The bride’s father’s band played into the night, and her aunt made their one of a kind wedding cake. The magical evening was captured by Dana Cubbage Weddings, and the bride and groom’s first dance was live painted by Wed On Canvas. To add to the Gatsby-esque, vintage feel of the night, bright floral was provided by Branch Design Studio which flowed perfectly with the vases and bottles brought by the bride’s aunt from Tulsa, Oklahoma. This wedding was definitely one for the books!
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This couple was determined to show their friends and family from the North what Charleston is all about. After moving to Charleston five years ago, they met and not only fell in love with the city but fell in love with each other as well. The Creek Club proved to be the perfect venue for this couple to give everyone a taste of the Low-country, literally and figuratively. Olivia and Chad chose to serve traditional Southern cuisine such as BBQ shrimp and chicken and waffles at their 140 guest wedding. The beautiful pink flowers seen in their reception and ceremony were provided by Branch Design Studio.
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