One of my favorite things about being a wedding planner in Charleston is the incredible history behind so many of the venues! Getting married somewhere with it’s own story is so special, and I love when couples find ways to tell their guests a little more about the background of the place that they chose to say their vows. It’s just one more layer of the story that the two of them are writing together, and the history buff in me just can’t help but swoon!
It’s not often that your child gets to play a part in one of the most important chapters of your love story! For Jaime and Erik, being able to include Harper in their vow renewal made the day that much more special. I can’t get over this sweet image of Erik and Harper together, and all of the happiness that @rachelredphotography was able to capture in just one snap!
When you’re daydreaming about your perfect wedding bouquet, it’s important to keep the style and design of your dress in mind! I am obsessed with Jaime’s dress from Kate McDonald bridal, and was so excited to use it as inspiration for her bouquet. It was important to me that the bouquet felt simple, so that the fun pattern of the dress could really shine, so I decided to stick to only one type of flower (garden roses, of course!), but play with texture by using some unique types of greenery! How are you tying your wedding dress into your bouquet design? Photographer: @rachelredphotography
There is nothing quite as exciting as a bride being inspired by my own work! Megan fell in love with the color palette from this shoot, and we used it as the basis for her entire wedding design. Pairing pretty blush tones with darker colors adds some depth and dimension, turning an otherwise girly color scheme into something sophisticated, yet still romantic. Megan embraced this concept to the fullest, making her wedding one of my favorites to date! I can’t wait to share some of my favorite images from this spectacular love story with you soon! . Photography: @rachelredphotography
Meet my office assistants, Max & Simon! These two don't actually help me work…in fact, they do the exact opposite. It's not always easy getting things done with one cat on your lap and another on your keyboard, but these two love to snuggle, and I’m certainly not complaining! _ photo: @rachelredphotography