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Spring 2018

A pair of meant-to-be Auburn Tigers swap “I do’s” surrounded by crisp sea breezes and an even cooler color palette

What do you do when you work with weddings and suddenly it’s your turn? Celebrate amidst a sea of wonderful color in Charleston

From binge-watching TV to wrangling their far-from-smitten pups, this  Pennsylvania pair’s road to happily ever after was hard-earned

Teenage sweethearts seal the deal with a church wedding in downtown Charleston and a plantation-set reception by the water

From bridal gowns to exit frocks, after-party dresses, and more, here’s what you’ll want this spring

 

Charleston lays claim to the country’s sole importer of a rare Belgian lace that turns veils and handkerchiefs into heirlooms

Nothing balances out a gorgeous engagement sparkler like a stunning right-hand ring. And here’s a tip: Sometimes you’ll want to change out your lefty (trust us), and these make for perfect stand-ins

A Charleston “letter artist” takes modern calligraphy to a whole new level that brides (and celebs) adore

These Charleston-based women are to bachelorette weekends what planners are to your Big Day

Pressing flowers came into fashion in 18th century Charleston. Today, it’s thriving again thanks wedding bouquets

Peaches, pretty signage, and fresh, spring touches fill this Charleston wedding at Lowndes Grove Plantation

April 15, 2017 / The Cedar Room

Looking for an old-fashioned Southern wedding done right? Look at this beauty that took place at a Charleston plantation by the water 

How do a pair of hipster New Yorkers throw a wedding in the South? Check out this Big Day at Boone Hall Plantation

Throw a flower-crown bridal luncheon with a little help from your friends

Host a wonderful wedding in Charleston on a budget (for $7K)? You bet you can

Rhyme & Reason blogger Jillian Attaway Eversole shares her best bets for your own bridal luncheon

See how this Southern Belle bride shows how to honor—and include—your grandparents (and other elders) at your wedding 

How do you include both your cultures, countries, and religions? Try a two-fer set of weddings

Pretty things for brides and the wedding party, too.