TWR: Where did you meet? Madison: At work. A role in my job “allowed” me to go to Paul’s desk every day. Four months of professional interaction and happy hours led to us dating. TWR: When did you shift from dating to couple? Madison: We both decided it...

If you’re a bride-to-be bit who can only read about happily ever after while you’re engaged; if you’re a romantic looking for some fuel to add to your hope tank; or if you have a friend who falls into that category (and you’re ready to...

Katie and Mike met through work (she was the chief of staff for the Republican National Congress and he was her predecessor), so it made sense that his proposal was touched by politics as well, albeit across the pond. As she explained to St. Louis...

Wimberly Fair not only has one of the coolest names (yep, it’s her real moniker) in the wedding world, she’s also one of Charleston’s biggest, most whimsical talents. Today she shares about the inspiration behind her floral work and tells how she got started. Read...

Check out these all-time best engagement rings from our vaults Does your SO need a little hint-hint, nudge-nudge in the engagement ring department? Have no fear, because we’ve rounded up our top favorites of all time for some easily forwarded “ring-spiration.” Happy shopping, whoops, scrolling...

During the summer of her junior year at College of Charleston, Lauren studied abroad with a pair of fellow Cougars who kept telling her she had to meet their friend Dante when they all got back home. That spurring-on led to a date at King...

One Monday night, at an East Carolina University bar in Greenville, North Carolina, Pirates Nina and Brett bonded over, as she sheepishly jokes, their love of a good deal on beer. But there was obviously so much more there. “Brett actually wanted to go on...

The Wedding Row: Start us at the beginning. How did you two meet? Kate: Edward and I met through work in 2014. We were both living in Washington D.C. and Edward needed some software configured on his computer. As luck would have it, it was my...

We love a groom who goes above and beyond for his bride-to-be, and JP did just that when he scooted down to Charleston from Charlotte, North Carolina, and back again in the same day to ask his sweetheart Nancy’s mother for permission to propose. Not...

For shutterbug Kate Timbers, the 200-year-old The Unitarian Church in Charleston is the perfect location for romantic portraits, timeless ceremonies, and more. With the church’s pastel-blue arched ceiling and its lush graveyard, it has all the charms that have kept the Holy City on the map...