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Bridal Fashion

Mugdock Castle on Sullivan's Island invites you to play queen for a Big Day in layers of tulle, lace, and luxury

We visit Charleston's elegant South Carolina Society Hall (where the city's children take cotillion) to give the season's best ballgowns a whirl

Ready to say “I do,” but don’t want guests to say “I don’t” to the dance floor? Here’s a smart solution

Stray off the beaten fashion path like these Lowcountry couples and their wedding parties

Get schooled in Great Gatsby bridal style at the iconic 1820s McBee House at Ashley Hall, Charleston’s century-old learning institution for young women

Beads, sequins, and crystals add new depths to classic gowns

The Cottages on Charleston Harbor prove the perfect playground for frolicking in spring's sweet and sassy styles.

Check out the spring’s dandy new bow tie options from local designers and Lowcountry shops

A model bride gets wedding jitters as she takes her first trip down the “aisle”

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

A 100-year-old gown gets new life in the Lowcountry
Surrounded by a merry band of smartly dressed children, our bride shows off the season’s finest gowns and accessories at the William Aiken House
K. Cooper Ray is on a mission to return menfolk to manners, one bow tie at a time. Find out how the local tastemaker teamed with Brooks Brothers to reinvent a wedding wear classic
Classic looks for a Classic City
The last plantation house on the peninsula provides the perfect backdrop for portraits of a lady.
Whether she’s a blushing bride or pint-sized flower girl, Daddy’s little girls love to play dress up for the Big Day.
A rustic Sullivan’s Island home sets a simply elegant tone for free-spirited summer gowns