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Floral Friday

One of our favorite meetings with our client's are the floral design meetings. While traditionally wedding floral is thought of as just the bridal bouquet and centerpieces, we absolutely love getting creative when it comes to where floral can be added throughout your big day. Whether it is hanging greenery, free-flowing bouquets, headdresses, or statement ceremony pieces, there are many...

Real Wedding: Amelia’s Post-Wedding Shoot

 There is no doubt that Amelia was a stunning bride in her beaded, tulle dress on her big day at the William Aiken House. A few days following the wedding, Amelia donned her gorgeous gown once again for a fun photo shoot with Sean Money + Elizabeth Fay at a private residence. Here is a peek of a few of our favorites from...

Real Wedding: Peter + Jessica

This week’s real wedding comes from across the pond in beautiful Tuscany! Fellow Charlestonians, and avid Clemson fans, Peter and Jessica, wed in the hills of Lucca, Italy. With friends living all over the United States, the couple decided to have a destination wedding week where they could spend personal time with the guests. The property they selected, Casale de...

What’s New at A.Caldwell Events?

Greetings friends!! It’s Ali, “guest blogging” for you today. We have lots of fun news to share and I couldn’t help but share it myself. We’re off to a great year and we are enjoying hearing the awesome engagement stories that this season is bringing us. While 2017 is well on its way, we still have lots to share with you...

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Vendor Spotlight: Tiger Lily Florist

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Oh, the places we’ll go: Palmetto Bluff

With venues like the Legare Waring House, William Aiken House, and Lowndes Grove continually making national lists of iconic places for weddings in the South, we are beyond blessed to have so many acclaimed venues at our finger tips in Charleston! While we love all of our Charleston vendors and venues, we are excited to expand our venue portfolio and...

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Something Blue

The final part of the old adage, "something blue," is one of our favorites because we have had many of our brides get excited about this part of the saying. From floral, to bridesmaid dresses, centerpieces, and undergarments, there are many simple + creative ways to bring in your something blue! One of our sweet brides had her wedding date sewn...

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Something Borrowed

Onto the third part of the old adage, "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue." This is a special part of the saying for many of our brides. What a great opportunity to borrow a family heirloom such as a special piece of jewelry or your best friend's favorite pair of earrings you have been dying to wear. Your wedding day...

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Something New

This week we are taking a look at the second part of the old English adage, "something new." While many brides use their wedding dress or wedding ring as their something new, it is fun to see how creative you can be with this part of the saying. Husar Photography One of our sweet brides debuted this stunning piece on her big...

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Something old

“Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.” It is one of the oldest wedding traditions in the book and one tradition most modern brides still follow today. The saying originates from an English rhyme that dates back to 1898 and each of the four items are suppose to bring good luck to the bride! Nowadays, brides have gotten...