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Real-Life Weddings

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

A roll-up-your-sleeves pair puts on a beach wedding celebrating their union—and the season

Romance rules at this sophisticated, shabby chic soirée

European elegance meets bohemian-chic sensibility for this fête at Lowndes Grove Plantation

A Floridian couple celebrates their “I dos” with an Old South meets New South reception 

A downtown duo ties the knot steps from the Atlantic on one of Charleston’s sea islands

Easton Events’ inaugural wedding at Lowndes Grove Plantation imparts ideas worth emulating

Join us for a garden wedding at one of Charleston’s most storied addresses and get tips for hosting your own haute affair

Feel the love—and soak up one pretty palette—at this happiest of weddings on the Ashley River

D’Anne Morehead & Patrick Stephens, April 15, 2012, Middleton Place

Richelle Grant & Cedric Williams, June 30, 2012, Mother Emanuel A.M.E Church and Charleston Place

Lindsey Wagener & Christopher Stang, April 28, 2012, Family’s Private Property on John’s Island

Allison Thompson & Christopher Unger, May 12, 2012, The French Protestant (Huguenot) Church & Governor Thomas Bennett House