After years dating while living on different continents, Katie Reilly and Harry Booth chose to celebrate their marriage at Lowndes Grove, a Charleston venue Katie discovered long before she was engaged.
Katie and Harry take a break in a couch swing by the trees
Guests didn’t need the fans—one never knows in Charleston—as October weather cooperated with cool temperatures.
The wedding crest prominently displayed above the bar featured the flags of the US and the UK, along with a pair of skis, a Maryland blue crab, and an airplane to mark the couple’s many trips to see one another
Varieties of roses—’Pink Floyd,’ ‘David Austin Tess,’ and ‘Darcy Garden’—gave the reception its hot pink theme.
Lauren Fox of Fox Events blended Katie’s love of pink with her Irish heritage.
Signature drinks included a strawberry basil mojito and a cucumber gin fizz.
Guests enjoyed prosecco and craft beer selections.
Giant gold balls hung over the dance floor, while a nearby lounge area offered a green velvet couch for rest.