Kayle and Max said “I do” surrounded by the soft spartina grass and stately live oaks of Kiawah River. From the center of the chic dinner tent, a three-piece country band provided mealtime entertainment—and proved to be a highlight of the evening.
Emily Baird Designs carried the natural splendor of Kiawah River into the stationery suite, with calligraphy by Jessica McSweeney.
Guests were welcomed to the reception with ample seating and an eye-catching escort card display.
The couple exchanged vows framed by a ceremony arch festooned in greenery and dripping delphinium.
The menu by Cru Catering leaned local and seasonal.
A month before the big weekend, the couple buried a bottle of Bourbon to dig up on their wedding day. The Southern tradition might have had something to do with the sparkling skies that blessed their April nuptials.
The elegant black-and-white color palette was enhanced by contemporary touches of metallic accents and geometric shapes.
Vintage Silver, a 1966 airstream mobile bar, kept guests quenched with martinis and margaritas.