A Whimsical Charleston Wedding With the Perfect Fall Palette
Bailey and Matt’s college love story is one for the books,” says Kathleen of JoPhoto. “They are both swimmers, and they met at the College of Charleston while on the swim team. Bailey grew up in Mt. Pleasant, and it was always her dream to get married at Boone Hall Plantation. Her dream came true… It was beautifully breathtaking and perfect in every way!”
Delightful, Deep-Hued Invitation Suite
Bailey designed this enchanting invitation suite with fun floral details herself.
Lusciously Loose Fall Bouquet
Burgundy and white florals layered in a bush of greenery created a soft, airy autumn bouquet for Bailey.
Greenery and Gold
Bailey’s stylish bridesmaids stunned in airy gold gowns and bouquets full of greenery.
A Slightly Blush Statement Dress
Not only is this beautiful gown blush, but it’s dripping with details.
Standout Burgundy Bow Tie
Matt’s group of handsomely dressed groomsmen looked great, but the groom was a standout in his burgundy bow tie and gray tuxedo.
Fairytale Flower Girl
Bailey and Matt’s flower girl looked like she just stepped out of a fairytale in her precious little princess dress.
Even Their Precious Pup’s Leash is Perfectly Color Coordinated
It doesn’t get more adorable than a wedding pup adorned in autumn floral… unless you add these two dapper ring bearers, that is.
Nature’s Perfect Alter
The two said “I do” under a Charleston canopy of limbs and leaves – an awe-worthy space to start their lives together.
A Color Coordinated, Floral Jubilee
Bailey and Matt were showered with smiles and a perfectly color coordinated petal party as they made their way back down the aisle as husband and wife.
Dreamy Dock Overflowing with Romance
The reception space’s rustic doc was refined with enchanting details. Bailey’s mother hand made the drapery flowing from the ceiling and pillars of this dreamy fall escape.
A Picture Perfect Look to the Past
The couple honored the generations before them in a romantic collection of frames and photos with gold and burgundy accents.
A Reception Space Full of Romance
From the blush tablecloths and wooden chairs to the ornate lighting with draped greenery, every detail of Bailey and Matt’s reception space was perfectly coordinated with their autumn colors and romantic vision.
The couple’s reception tables were draped in greenery with a pop of burgundy florals and softly lit by some of the most romantic candles we’ve ever seen.
The Fanciful Fall Place Setting
Guests were greeted by a palette of ornate gold and burgundy details on the table as they sat down for dinner.
Whimsical Watercolor Cake
This edible piece of art is almost too pretty to eat.
Drool-worthy Groom’s Cake Pancakes
Breakfast treat turned wedding dessert, Matt’s groom’s cake was literally dripping with originality.
Southern Wedding Etiquette You Need To Know Before The Big Day
Southerners know that RSVPs are mandatory and skipping out early is a terrible insult to the bride and groom. We carry ourselves with grace and class – even when there's an open bar and some great music. And, of course, the most important rule of a Southern wedding is that the guests should always participate. Here are the rules of wedding etiquette that every party-goer needs to know.
Light up the Night
A cool, Charleston autumn night offered the perfect chance to take the party outside.
Cheers to the Vendor Team Who Make This Wedding Come to Life:
- Photography: JoPhoto
- Event Planning: yoj events
- Floral Design: Charleston Blooms and Out of the Garden
- Venue: Boone Hall Plantation
- Wedding Dress: Watters
- Hair: Wedding Hair By Charlotte
- Makeup: Dannon K. Collard
- Men’s Attire: Charleston Tuxedo
- Wedding Cake: Sugar Magnolia Cake Boutique
- Beer: Palmetto Brewing Company
- Rentals: EventWorks and 428 Main Vintage Rentals
- Wedding Invitations: Bride