The stationery suite’s wax seal and embossed oak tree not only represents a Lowcountry icon, but also a favorite tree that shaded a bench where the couple often took in the sunset during their dating years.
Gathering Events covered the French Huguenot Church’s wrought iron entry in sweet peas, stock, roses, and more.
This warning sign—“Beware of Alligator”—was a relic of a past celebration and has since become a staple on the property.
Welcome gifts for guests included Callie’s Hot Little Biscuits and jam from Ambrose Family Farms.
Lounges popped up in the dining area, near the dance floor, and by the river.
Classic escort cards stood at attention before clusters of shells mixed with fluffy blooms.
To host the 226 guests for a seated dinner, a stunning dining hall was created on the site. Garden-style chandeliers and wide-planked floors gave a sense of permanency.
Oysters were a favorite element on the bride’s inspiration boards, so globes like this dotted the setting