Mary Marshall | Bridal Session

Mary Marshall | Bridal Session

By Andraya Northrup | May 18, 2017

Consider your glamour cravings quenched! Mary Marshall, a Holy City local, picked one of Charleston’s most iconic antebellum locations—The Governor’s House Inn on Broad Street—for her fab portrait session. With elegantly upswept locks (thank you, Meg Ann Workman), and that modern, yet uber feminine Lazaro gown (bravo, Gown Boutique of Charleston) we’re beside ourselves. I mean, come on, that ruffled tulle skirt, that beaded bodice, and that a cathedral veil? Yes, please! And what better venue to play princess than here with its stately rooms, wallpapered stairwell, and wide porches? Hats off to Mary Marshall for brilliant styling and a big thanks to photographer Gillian Claire for sharing these beautiful images.

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Photographer: Gillian Claire | Venue: The Governor’s House Inn

Hair Stylist: Meg Workman | Bouquet: Flowers by Starks

Gown: Lazaro Bridal from Gown Boutique of Charleston | Planner: Sweetgrass Social Event and Design

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