For shutterbug Kate Timbers, the 200-year-old The Unitarian Church in Charleston is the perfect location for romantic portraits, timeless ceremonies, and more. With the church’s pastel-blue arched ceiling and its lush graveyard, it has all the charms that have kept the Holy City on the map for centuries. For this shoot, Kate says she wanted to reflect the natural details that accent the Archdale gem. Well, she surely did just that. With a modernizing palette of peaches and pinks, fresh florals from Feast and Flora, a custom invitation suite from Inkberry Calligraphy, and chic furnishings from The French Eclectic there are copious ideas for brides marrying here or elsewhere, in fine Charleston style. (And be sure to check out the rest of the vendor list as it’s a veritable roadmap to a dream Big Day!) Get your Pinning finger ready and scroll for some seriously gorgeous inspiration.
Location: Unitarian Church | Photography: Kate Timbers Photography | Bridal Gown: Sabrina Dahan, found locally at Betty Bridal Atelier | Flowers: Feast & Flora | Furniture/Decor: The French Eclectic | Cake: So Sweet Co | Models: Stone Singleton & Anna Cooper Smith | Hair: Sarah Pearson | Makeup: Robin Lee | Stationery: Inkberry Calligraphy | Favors: Miller and Mare | Table Linens: Anthropologie | Ring: Nordstrom Rack | Necklace and Earrings: Francesca’s