Meet the ultimate Southern Wedding. Seriously. April + Nick out-did themselves with this seersucker, pink and grey stunner at Magnolia Plantation and Carriage House this past April. The wedding was full of details galore and accents of the lowcountry. It was recently published in Southern Weddings Magazine Blog- you can read the full post here. But lucky for you, we have the inside scoop on all of their wedding day deets as well as extra pictures of this stunning dress and decor!
The ceremony was complete with two of our favorite southern accents one a bell-ringer that announced " The Wedding Has Begun" and the other, monogram attendants each which walked with the monogram of the bride and groom followed by their couple's monogram at the end of the ceremony.
And we know you've been eyeing up this seersucker stunner by Ian Stuart, it's incredible, isn't it?
The father of the bride built this incredible arbor that all walked through. It included hearts with pictures of those closest to the couple.
"Some Things Just Go Together" was the theme of the bride and groom's departure snacks for their guests. You can't get through a ball game without a coke and peanuts!
We loved the surprise favors for the groom! The groom loves cookies, so the bride and her mother had these custom state cookies made as favors for their guests- each state represents where each is from, where they were engaged and where they married.
We've found a bride that loves paper as much as we do! From the custom silhouettes to thank you notes and programs, Angela Claxton did a fantastic job!
Pure Luxe Bride loved planning and designing this Magnolia Plantation Wedding.
Catering: B. Gourmet Catering
Rental Company: Event Works Rentals
Flowers: Wild Flowers Inc.
Photography: Pasha Belman Photography
Ceremony Music: Palmetto Strings Trio
Videographer: Hart to Heart Media
Transportation: Charleston Black Cab Company
Paper/Graphic Designer: Angela Claxton
Wedding Dress: Ian Stuart