Grayson gave each bridesmaids her own set of monogrammed pajamas and fleece socks to wear while primping, and a vintage fur to cozy up in during the reception.
The bride’s mother decorated the family’s Sullivan Island home in Grayson’s wedding colors. Bridesmaids’ gifts were tucked under the tree.
The flower girl wore a faux fur cape and muff to keep December chills at bay.
Pinecones offered an earthy twist to otherwise winter-white boutonnieres and bouquets.
Magnolia and eucalyptus leaves tied with a simple bell adorned the church in the Old Village.
Ceremony programs tied with blue ribbon and a tiny silver bell hinted at the season without being overt.
Although they’ve known each other since they were eight years old (Ross has been friends since childhood with Grayson’s brothers), the couple didn’t begin dating until college, when her older brother finally gave his pal permission to ask his little sister out.
Family and friends wrote well wishes on ornaments for the couple to use for years to come.
A trio of snow-dusted evergreens nestled in a corner of the club served as a subtle nod to the holidays.
Fresh mistletoe dotted the reception site.
The club’s main hall housed the dance floor, plus a swanky bar that kept the libations coming. Look closely for a fun detail—the chairs alternate from smoky gray to icy silver, yet another way to make an expanse more cozy.
One way to make a large, open space feel more intimate? Add curtains, as Ooh! Events did to the porches.
In order to keep the 350 guests mingling (rather than massing), tents like this one were erected on the club grounds. Inside, cocktail bars, buffets, and lounges made each a popular spot to frequent.
Cake pops dusted in ice blue sugar crystals were part of a dessert spread that included a towering traditional wedding cake.
The couple left amid sparklers and were whisked off in a vintage car from Lowcountry Valet.