This one adds up—sorry! Had to do that. Allison and Ethan met at Bowling Green State University where they were both math tutors. When they decided to wed, the Ohioans headed southward as the blushing bride had long set her heart on getting married in...

If you have ever been to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens’ white bridge, then you know it is one of the most photogenic spots on the property and it makes for a very, very romantic spot for wedding portraits. So it only makes sense Nathan of...

Charleston is the perfect destination for many things: out-of-town weddings, excellent restaurants, beautiful views, and, of course, romantic pictures. Both Hannah and David originally hail from South Carolina, so when they picked where to have their wedding, Charleston was the easy answer. Turns out it...

Ashleigh and Sean's wedding might as well be titled "Pretty in Pink" because it was filled with the soft hue. This sweet couple, who originally met while working at MetLife in New Jersey the summer of 2011, initially had to hide their relationship from their...

We have to say, this wedding is extra sweet for so many reasons! Sarah and Shaun, bakery owners of southern Florida’s The Batter Co. travelled up to Charleston for their garden inspired nuptials at Cannon Green. The main goal (aside, of course, from the “I...

When Marilu and Caesar, residents of the Lone Star state, first said "I do" eleven years ago, they had to cut corners and save costs when planning their dream wedding. Although they look back on their nuptials as a memorable and special occasion, Marilu couldn't...

Take one look at Katherine and Matt's wedding, and it's clear that they truly embraced Pantone's 2017 color of the year—"Greenery." It's everywhere, organically via the lush grounds Middleton Place and intentionally via the bridesmaids' gowns and the verdant greens that snaked their way across their...

Hannah struck Southern fashion gold when she found her “little white dress” accented with gold pineapples for her and Brad’s Charleston engagement session. (For those from “off,” pineapple equals welcome, and is Charleston’s unofficial fruit. Heck, we even have a pineapple shaped fountain in Waterfront...