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A cheerful, sunny palette and milk glass décor make this Gibbes Museum affair a work of art

Bright colors and warm-hued accents made this waterfront celebration a feast for the eyes

Greek traditions and violet hues set the tone for a regal affair kicked off with a pair of crowns

A bride embraces bold colors for a day that's dressed to remember

An Anglophile bride and her dapper groom entertain guests in a garden wedding with a Southern accent and English style

A pair of jet-setters invites guests to a Southern isle for a weekend filled to the brim with wedding celebrations.

Two Lowcountry natives choose a spot close to home—real close, in fact—to say "I do."

An early-autumn affair marries the best of both Vietnamese and Charleston wedding tradition

When the daughter of one of Charleston's wedding insiders marries, the local wedding community pitches in to create a fête for the ages

A native son returns home to wed his beloved alongside the Ashley River

Serving as her own planner and stylist, one Magnolia Plantation and Gardens bride schools us on delivering a cohesive DIY Big Day

Lowcountry love rules this kick-your-feet-up Mount Pleasant fête
 

When a Charleston bride designs an antique-meets-modern wedding she finds her life’s (other) passion along the way 

Sara Lofton and Gregg Pavone, owners of Charleston-based Limelight Custom Sign Co., channel their talents into their Big Day at Boone Hall's Cotton Dock

With help from her family and husband-to-be, a crafty Summerville bride pulls together an exquisite—and mostly handmade—reception at Harborside East

A dream wedding at Magnolia Plantation proves the ultimate pick-me-up for two soldiers 

A wintry palette of pale pink, silvery gray, and light blue dress one Lowcountry wedding in seasonal splendor

Pink and navy meet for a cool, classic combination at Kiawah Island Goft Resort's Cassique

Ombré touches tame a bold hue at this Charleston duo's harbor-side ceremony

A pair from Paris heads to The Palmetto State—the bride's home turf—for a French-infused Southern wedding

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