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We all know and LOVE a good wedding send-off! It’s the moment when the bride and groom are about to take off as a couple and guests have one last chance to say goodbye. Now more than ever, couples are searching for unique exit ideas that are creative yet photo-worthy. While sparkler exits makes for stunning photos, we brainstormed a...

For you dedicated readers of Champagne & Chandeliers, you will remember our debacle with the crazy peach seasons in April.  If you're not familiar with that story, you can find it here. Anyhow, I was doing some quick grocery shopping at my local Piggly Wiggly and I noticed that they were featuring Mac's Peaches in the produce section.  Mac's Peaches are...

If you're like me and scour wedding blogs on a daily basis, you've probably already noticed that cascading bouquets, rather than tight, round bouquets are becoming more and more popular.  A cascading bouquet adds drama and elegance to any fete, no matter how big or small.  They can also be tailored to fit the ambiance of your big day. If you're...

As promised, I have a second post featuring another WONDERFUL artist!  Today's inspiring artist is Amy Lind.  She is an extremely talented painter from Savannah, GA, even though her work is featured throughout the country in galleries like Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, SC, Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, and Waterhouse Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA.  Unfortunately, this particular inspiration...

As wedding planners, Ali and I can become struck with inspiration almost anywhere.  Recently though, we were influenced by all the great paintings featured in the Charleston Art Walk.  The Art Walk is an event that happens on the first Friday of each month.  The galleries stay open late and serve wine and light hors d'oeuvres for the viewers' pleasure. Today,...

We love all of our clients, no matter where they hail from.  We also love that they all have different ideas about what a "true" Charleston wedding is! For some people it is all about the venue!  Here in Charleston we are so fortunate that most of the wedding venues have some sort of historical significance, and if they don't then...

As a born and bred southern girl, I have long had a love affair with monograms.  As a child, I wore a monogram almost every day in some type of fashion, whether it was on my clothes, on my hair bow, or on the purse I was carrying.  Moving into adulthood, not much has changed.  You can usually find me...