On this incredibly rainy Thursday we could all use some sunshine and that’s exactly what you’ll get this week as we pick up where we left off with this romantic Charleston elopement! It began with vibrant bridal details and fun Bride and Groom portraits along Rainbow Row (that I shared in part 1), and today I’m sharing part 2 which includes the beautiful garden ceremony and bright reception details all coming to you from Magnolia Plantation & Gardens!
Hidden in the garden among the spanish moss stands the historic gazebo that anchored the ceremony setting. Megan Dunlap created an asymmetrical arch in luscious pink and purple blooms with greenery that created a truly romantic backdrop for the couple! In addition to dreamy portraits around the property and on the iconic bridge, I also loved capturing the vibrant tablescape! Danielle and the Detailed I Do’s team created a stunning reception look that featured a vibrant centerpiece, lots of romantic candlelight and pops of yellow, pink and gold! We are thrilled that this elopement was featured on both A Lowcountry Wedding and Bridal Musings and we hope it’ll inspire you as well!
Can we first take a moment to soak in the beauty of this iconic bridge?! Y’all, this is what dreams are made of!
Even the gate leading into Magnolia Plantation was beautiful!
This gorgeous veil adds just the right amount of romance and sophistication!
Y’all, how romantic is this?!! I’m in love with the light, the hanging moss, this bridge, this moment! Sigh…
Magnolia Plantation was absolutely a dream! I mean, do you see this stunning bridge?!!
Dried flower petals are the perfect touch for this celebratory exit!
Modern, southern & classic all at the same time – I’m loving the fashion from this shoot!
Magnolia, spanish moss, a romantic bridge… could this setting be any more fantastic?!!
Everything about this gorgeous place setting has my heart beating faster!! The gold, the bright pink & overall garden feel is absolutely perfect for a summer soiree!
Rhubarb mojitos and cake?! Don’t mind if I do!!
Y’all, aren’t these florals stunning?!! The colors are so vibrant and happy!
A kiss along this stunning tree-lined road is just what romantic southern dreams are made of!!!
Missed part 1? Head here to see more from this romantic Charleston elopement!
Featured In: A Low Country Wedding & Bridal Musings
Planning, Styling & Floral Design: Detailed I Do’s
Hair & Makeup: Margaret Snider Artistry
Linens: Nuage Designs
Rentals: Ruth’s House
Flatware: Tablemade Co.
Stationery: The Impressionist
Venue: Magnolia Plantation
Dress: Kelly’s Closet + Sarah Seven
Groom’s Attire: Black Tux
Ring: Susie Saltzman
Earrings: Kendra Scott
Bride’s Shoes: Sam Edelman
Models: Paula & Ron Rallis
Cake: Gingerspice Bakery
Photography: Carrie Joy Photography
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