When photographer Gabrielle Baker of GAB Photography and Jasmine Jones of Alter Image got together to create a styled shoot, they settled on a beautiful small beach wedding at Folly Beach. The vendor team had so much fun that the session turned into a trash the dress shoot, too!
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of downtown traffic is a gem of a wedding venue: a plantation with sweeping porches and Intracoastal Waterway views that dates to 1800.
Megan and Luke’s Old Wide Awake Plantation wedding showcases exactly why this venue is so sought after. It’s absolutely gorgeous, and the rural Southern charm puts everyone under its spell in no time.
For their Charleston wedding, Frances and Steven wanted an elegant, modern wedding centered around their ceremony at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. From Frances' crisp white gown decorated with lace to Steven's monochrome suit, their big day at the church and Patriots Point Links was bright and welcoming.
For this blue vintage inspired wedding styled shoot, photographer Tanya McSween and her team of vendors celebrated all of the lovely historic offerings in the Lowcountry.
From the adorable vintage getaway car to the stunning setting at Magnolia Plantation, this styled shoot will inspire couples who want their wedding day to be a part of a deeper tradition.
When photographer Morgan Flemming from Bay + Blossom Photography was scouting for the perfect location for her upcoming styled shoot, she knew she wanted somewhere with mystery that was still accessible to the modern couple.
The result, her Old Sheldon Church wedding styled shoot in Yemassee, evokes the historic power of this stunning ruin while demonstrating while this property (owned by St. Helena's Church in Beaufort) is still sought after by brides and grooms as an ideal ceremony location.
This lively styled shoot wasn't just a way for a group of Charleston vendors to show off their talents--it was a celebration of all things Southern!
Photographer Emma Allen of Emma Lili Photography and coordinator Heather West from Carolina Occasions wanted their festive dusty blue wedding styled shoot to showcase their favorite things about living in this corner of the U.S., from the towering oak trees of Magnolia Plantation to the unique traditions held dearly here.
When it comes to weddings, two is always better than one!
Monica and Andrew took a typical wedding and made it into an unforgettable weekend affair. Their fusion wedding allowed their guests to experience two different cultures and traditions within one 48-hour span, and had double the wardrobes, colorful details, and receptions for even more fun.