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When a belle of an old-guard Charleston family opts for a pre-ceremony “first look” with her groom, it means times are changing. See why a sneak peek worked for Kathleen Hay and Andrew Hagood, and why you might follow suit

We’re over-the-moon for this wedding that’s run through with oysters. Learn how to flavor your wedding with just such a theme without going overboard

Pump up the romance at your reception when you cut the overhead lights and rely instead on the soft glow of real candles and twinkling trees

Combine your passions (that for your betrothed ... and your favorite style icon) into the wedding of your dreams

Rose gold is all the rage today, and rental houses and jewelers alike stock it in myriad forms. Here’s how to wield the trend like a true pro and let it warm up a cool weather wedding without overpowering it

Fresh flowers take over a country club venue for an A-plus garden party

Custom watercolors, gold-painted latticework, and a rainbow of jewel tones combine to make an artful Big Day for this one-time planner and her sweetie

Hand-dyed and hand-stitched here in town, these fabric catchalls would make your flower girl’s day

Preserve your bridal bouquet with a portrait by one of Charleston’s rising stars

Try these stellar sites for wedding day steals, deals, and Lowcountry loot

Get an inside look at what Style Me Pretty editors say are the next big things in wedding stationery

Love a bold hue like gold? Work it into your wedding in unexpected ways and temper it with anchor colors

Want to elope? See how this couple lined up their perfect day in Charleston with a little Googling, a marriage license, and a park permit

Put the “country” in Lowcountry with a laid-back reception—skeet shoot-out included!—like this one at the bride’s Yonges Island childhood home

From new dress shops to chic stuff for your mom (and mom-in-law), and lipstick that’s so pretty you’ll pucker right up, here’s the latest in wedding style headlines

Add these cake toppers, table numbers, and more—available in a rainbow array of colors—to your wedding parties

A colorful bride from Los Angeles shares how she broke out of the blush-hued, monochromatic box with a little help from Mother Nature

Edit your wedding day inspiration into something that reflects you as a couple, celebrates family, and stays within your budget

Follow these tips from this been-there, done-that newlywed couple whose wedding seamlessly melded mom, stepdad, and sons into one happy family

Too hot for you to celebrate al fresco this summer? Head inside for a stylish shindig like this one from Cibi Events

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