Beach Wedding on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina (10)

Southern Charm and modern details combine beautifully in this stunning beach wedding, brought to us by Philip Casey Photography, based in Charleston, SC! Here’s the lovely bride to tell us more:

When we decided to have the wedding in Hilton Head, I knew we had to get married near the beach, but I didn’t want a beach themed wedding. Essentially I aimed for a classy, elegant, garden party wedding next to the beach haha. My inspirations were peonies, modern calligraphy, and rose gold. I wanted my wedding to be unique and the best wedding anyone has been to. I didn’t want to spend an unnecessary amount of money either, so I tried to do as many things as I could on my own or use things we already had. It was so much fun to pull all of the pieces together!

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Quaint Chapel Wedding in Collins Ole Towne, South Carolina (6)

Quaint Chapel Wedding in Collins Ole Towne, South Carolina (6)

This charming, rustic real wedding comes to us from Amber of Southern Jewel Photography, based in Greenville, SC! Here’s Amber to tell us more:

This wedding day couldn’t have been more perfect! The sun was shining, the temperature was great (considering it’s May in South Carolina!), and there was a breeze that was swift enough to cool us off when it did get warm. Heath and Ellis chose the beautiful back drop of Collins Ole Towne in Central, SC for their wedding day and I just have to say… WOW! Collins Ole Towne was built by Pat Collins to resemble life as it was in the 1930s. With a one-room church, an old school house, a large farmhouse, a barber shop, and other beautiful buildings, Collins Ole Towne was the perfect setting for Heath and Ellis’s wedding.

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 Blush and Charcoal Wedding South Carolina Wedding (4)
This sweet Southern wedding comes to us from Amber of Southern Jewel Photography, based in Greer, South Carolina! Here’s Amber to tell us more:
Jim and Tricia’s wedding day couldn’t have been more perfect for two amazing people. Filled with warm sun, laughs, a few tears, but most of all a love of friends and family that couldn’t be matched, we walked away with not only beautiful images, but two friends that mean the world to us! Jim and Tricia met several years ago while Tricia was a student and Jim an employee at Brown Mackie College when, while in the bookstore, Tricia found out that a dear friend was very ill. Knowing nothing of her other than a customer in the store who was very upset, Jim ran to her and comforted her. Tricia knew then that there was something special about him.
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