Inspiration

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Wedding Fashion: Groom Attire

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Give Thanks

It is that time of year again! Can you believe Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away?! One of our favorite, modern Thanksgiving ideas that has seemingly become more popular over the past couple years is a "Friendsgivings" - a celebration with food, fun, and a good time with those near and dear to your heart.                      Today, we are chatting about a few...

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Summer Series: Bride-to-Be

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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 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...

If the Shoe Fits…

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Summer Signature Cocktails

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Beat the Heat Designs for Summer Brides

While many brides opt to tie the knot during the summer months for many reasons (off-season rates, more vacation time, warmer weather and so on), those of us who are local to the Lowcountry know that a typical Charleston day in July or August can easily be pushing 100 degrees. Here are a couple ways to beat the heat and...