We are so excited to share our very first wedding at The Pavilion at Pepper Plantation with y’all! Charleston brides will adore this sweet wedding. Catering was traditional Southern foods and a wedding cake decorated with a peacock feather motif. The outdoor ceremony was on a gorgeous day, and bridesmaids in persimmon dresses carried bouquets of white flowers.
Sometimes we are ever so lucky to know someone who’s planning a lovely wedding. This South Carolina wedding by morgan+wes has us falling in love with the Lowcountry vibes. The burlap and lace, the sunflowers, the bridesmaids in cowgirl boots… talk about South Carolina wedding perfection! The reception included dancing, music, and plenty of good food. There were plates stacked high with Krispy Kreme, and Lowcountry style peanuts. There’s even a video to see here. The bride, Casey, wrote this for us: “There aren’t many moments in your life that you get to celebrate with all your family and friends. We wanted to take advantage of the gift we’d been given, and make sure that everyone had a fabulous time.” Congratulations, Casey + Jake!
Happy Thursday, y’all! I have to tell you — I love Charleston weddings. Even though I’ve been in North Carolina for most of my life, everything about a pretty Charleston wedding gives me that “home” and “Southern hospitality” feeling I adore. If I could live anywhere else, Charleston would be at the top of my list. This Old Wide Awake Plantation wedding by Carolina Photosmith is be-eautiful. Blue hydrangeas, pink roses, and one of my favorite bridesmaid dress colors rocked the day. To make it a true Lowcountry celebration, the bride and groom celebrated with chalkboard signs and customized cornhole boards painted with the Palmetto tree! To add to all this happiness, they had a canine cake topper. Love love love.
Katy tossed away the notion of wearing a pair of brand new heels on her wedding day. She shared a special bond with her mom, her sister, and many other relatives present at her wedding as she walked down the aisle that day. The vintage shoes she wore have been part of a wedding day tradition in Katy’s family for years.