We seem to not be able to get enough of them, but can you blame us? Turns out we have a mutual love affair for Charleston weddings with Ooh! Events. We scored through several of the weddings they designed and picked out our favorites. From glamming it up to keeping it simple- they have you covered. And have you seen their warehouse? Rows upon rows of wedding decor that may make your heart skip a beat.
Bold + Gold at the William Aiken House
Adding gold accents to wedding decor may be one of our favorite wedding trends happening right now.
We adore the gold chairs added to the green backdrop at the William Aiken House- so glamourous!
Chandelier Glam at Boone Hall Plantation
Seeing the Cotton Dock at Boone Hall gussied up for a wedding is always special. Not only are these chandeliers eye-catching they add just the right touch of enchantment. Another one of our favorite Cotton Dock weddings is here!
Dressed in White at Lowndes Grove Plantation
What could be more romantic than this wedding adorned in all white at Lowndes Grove Plantation? The clean, simple look could not be more elegant.
Love Under the Oaks at Legare Waring House
One of our favorite ways to walk down the aisle, Charleston style is down this avenue of oaks at the Legare Waring House. We adore how the use of these pews under the row of oaks at the Legare Waring house emulate the inside of a church sanctuary- nice touch!
Rustic-Chic at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
We’re sweet on how these couches and chairs add a masculine feel to the spanish moss covered oak trees with chandeliers. Mixing and matching is always in style and a great way to show off your style on your big day. See another great mix and match look at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens here.
Don’t forget you can request a free copy of the Charleston Wedding Guide here!
Charleston Wedding Guide
This new floral product is the greatest thing since sliced bread, especially for those floral enthusiasts with a brown thumb. These plants have adapted to living in extremely dry environments and lucky for us, that means we can rest easy and enjoy our plants without worrying about watering them everyday.
Our airplants are even easier to care for! They require only a bit of water each week and don’t require any soil. The perfect way to display these is a vintage container from your local thrift shop. They are a cute addition for any desk space or window sill.
They also make great pieces for a rustic, indy table setting.
Charleston’s sartorial seductress strikes again; this time visiting the historic Old Village in Mount Pleasant. She visited both Out of Hand and Swoon, playing into the wonderful secret garden fantasy that surges out of the romantic swampy marshes nearby. Her gorgeous princess gown from Swoon sets the decadent, glamorous tone. Accessorizing with to die for pieces from Out of Hand. Serrano’s perfectly crafted looks were captured by local photog J. Balliet. Can’t wait for more from these two! Stay tuned for our fall look book styled by Andrea and shot by Jonathan.
For Becca and Russ, it was very important that their day reflected them … their travels and passions. Becca was a savvy DIY-er who hand painted her favorite scriptures on signs throughout this Sewee Preserve locale. And for their tiniest guests, they had a coloring area complete with blankets and crayons so that their night was as fun as the rest of the attendees.
This adorable couple relished in their wedding day, but their thoughtfulness came out in every aspect … right down to the African coffee they provided their guests as favors — a place as they said was “near and dear to their hearts.”
Thank you, Riverland Studios. These photos are sensational!