24 Apr Ellie & Adam | Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
Ellie and Adam corresponded briefly on JDate before he ghosted her—or so she thought; he actually had gone overseas for a month’s vacation and was offline. Days before her subscription to the site ended, he reached out again, and a week later the Bostonians met for a date at the Eastern Standard. Three years later, Adam invited Ellie out to the same restaurant. As they were seated at their old table, Ellie says she told him, “This would be perfect if you were proposing!” He played off the so-called coincidence and after dinner walked with her to the spot where they had their first kiss and asked her to marry him. For their Big Day, the two headed south to Charleston, where Ellie grew up, and treated friends and family to a ceremony in a private courtyard garden downtown and then paraded up Broad Street to the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon for a reception decked out all thanks to Mary Martha Bailey for Gregory Blake Sams Events. Love their love story? Just wait till you see all the great shots from Sara Bee Photography.
Photography: Sara Bee Photography | Event coordination: Mary Martha Bailey for Gregory Blake Sams Events | Florals: Flora Wedding and Event Flowers | Venue(s): Historic Downtown Site | Catering, Cakes, and Bar: Duvall Catering and Events | Rentals: Snyder Events | Stationery Art: Ashley Leslyn Wood | Stationery Design: Bride and Groom | Stationery Printing: Paperless Post | Envelope Calligraphy: Posh and Prep | Signage: Extras by Alaina | Bridal attire: Private Label gown from Your Dream Bridal, Kate Spade (shoes), Elizabeth Bower (hair piece), Yuri C Wedding Shoppe (veil) | Bridesmaid attire: J. Crew | Groom attire: Suitsupply (tuxedo), Allen Edmonds (shoes), Tie Bar (bowtie, pocket square) | Flower girl attire: Lan Ting Bride from Light in a Box | Hair styling: Willow Salon Downtown | Makeup: Willow Salon Downtown | DJ: David Fox for Bunn DJ Company | Videography: Siegel Films