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Use our Q & A to make your “I dos” legal

Reception magic, flower power, and common sense advice
One Lowcountry bride who’s been there, penned that, and two seasoned officiants share their tips for telling it like it is
Jennifer Koshorek & James Rader, June 12, 2009, Alhambra Hall
Cameron Ulmer & James Wolf; May 16, 2009, Private Downtown Home
Elle McGee & John Kleckley; May 16, 2009, Private Home in Charleston
Ashley Taylor & Mark Cashell; April 11, 2009, Private Home on Wadmalaw Island
Kimberly Turnbull & Aaron Alexander; May 9, 2009, Folly Beach
Nancy Germain & Bob Creed; March 7, 2009, Family Home on Sullivan’s Island
Meredith Sheffer & Eric Rose; May 24, 2009, St. John’s Lutheran Church & Historic Rice Mill
Maren Anderson & Michael McClintock; May 2, 2009, Morris & Bowen’s islands
Jacquelyn Glover & Jeremy Hiott; June 5, 2009, Folly Beach
Follow these five simple steps to learn where to put your Big Day dollars…and how to stretch them
Celeste Rose & Joshua Pratt; December 21, 2008, The William Aiken House
Alli Hobbs & Mark Peavy; October 25, 2008, Confederate Women’s Home
Whether you’re marrying with God’s law, man’s law, or both, keep your ceremony legal
Ashley Bakery marries off its last daughter with a grand finale of confections
Local event planners share their expertise on how to avoid or overcome wedding-day mishaps.
With a little planning and some tips from the pros, you can overcome—or even avoid—wedding day mishaps.
Even meticulously planned weddings sometimes go awry; avert disaster with the help of some local wedding planners.

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