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Florabundance motivated Melissa Barton and Carrie Glasscock of A Charleston Bride to fashion a table ruled by subtle patterns and mellow tones

KATHERINE MILLER events and Anne Bowen of stems joined to outfit a charming sweetheart table for a bride and groom

Event and floral designer Tara Guérard Soirée constructed this fresh-hued table lush in lavender for a whimsical bride

Holy City artisans head online to sell their wedding wares via Etsy

Stay calm, cool, and collected at your summer wedding with these great products

A West Ashley teen crafts pottery perfect for wedding and bridesmaid gifts

Lowcountry wedding videos take a turn toward the hip

Get silky soft for your Big Day with these locally made products

Spring at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens blooms with the latest gowns from both national and local designers

Three top Charleston stationers reveal their favorite pieces from a host of sweet suites   

Say cheers with a signature drink with roots right here in the Lowcountry

Barely there or billowing, sleeves on bridesmaids' gowns flatter every body
A 100-year-old gown gets new life in the Lowcountry

Off-shoulder style add a hint of goddess to these bridesmaids' gowns

Putting the “party” into wedding party, attendant gowns get gorgeous by mirroring ready-to-wear fashion

Fabulous Frocks’ Sarah Black explains how to save stylishly

Up the hip and homespun factor on your wedding fare with a local food truck

Alyson Knight & Jacob Biles, July 23, 2011, First Scots Presbyterian Church & the Historic Rice Mill Building

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