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March 2018
How do you include both your cultures, countries, and religions? Try a two-fer set of weddings

October 2017
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

May 2016
<p>Donate your wedding florals after the Big Day</p>

May 2016
See what happens when a local wedding insider dreams up her own princess-worthy celebration

June 2015
When a preppy pair unites, their revelry rocks Meeting Street in sweet, Southern style

February 2015
<p><span style="font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px;">There’s nothing like an at-home wedding for sentimentality … and to save your bottom line!</span></p>

October 2014
Enjoy a peek at our New York Bridal Market Kickoff Party, where we teamed with some of the Holy City’s best to bring Southern charm to Manhattan

October 2014
They may come from Pittsburgh by way of New York, but this couple sure knows how to host a wedding with Southern hospitality

October 2014
Duvall Catering & Events invites you to chill out with a cool palette, crisp design, and frosty treats

October 2014
Cotton bolls, burlap, and a palette of soft neutrals meet for a stunning Big Day rife with his-and-her accents

October 2014
Turn to the cool metallic shade for a posh, seasonal sparkle

June 2014
A resourceful bride dresses her Big Day in pretty little details

September 2013
<p> Serve up Charleston&rsquo;s tastiest traditions at your wedding events</p>

February 2013
Julie Sonkin & Michael Belgraier, May 26, 2012, Runnymede Plantation

August 2011
Fill welcome bags with swag from—and about—the city

February 2011
Lowcountry lawyers Francie Daniel and Matt Austin tie the knot in a colorful—and comedic—Charleston affair

August 2009
Baked confectioners and Sideshow Press stationers accent a smorgasbord of sweet treats with fancy cupcakes, hot cocoa favors, and stenciled brownies

January 2009
Are gifts for guests a must? A reader puts the question to us