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This romance began during a night out with friends and may have entailed lighting their hands on fire. – to clarify, the couple took a Statue of Liberty shot. Brittany’s and Mark’s fiery beginning led to an even hotter wedding. Their August nuptials were held on one of the hottest days of summer with the heat index […]

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Excited to see Brandi’s and Adam’s vintage-styled wedding at McCrady’s Restaurant featured on The Wedding Row! Spring  in Charleston means blooming azaleas, oyster roasts, and newlyweds. After being paired together in a wedding party three years ago, Brandi and Adam were inseparable. The couple fell in love with Charleston when they celebrated their two year anniversary in the Holy City […]

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For Bernadette and Josh, the beach and water is a natural part of their lives. Josh is a fisherman and Bernadette enjoys kayaking and jet skiing. Their first date was in Murrells Inlet and Josh proposed on the beach in Garden City. This theme carried into their wedding with a destination beachside wedding at Seabrook […]

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  Excited to see Rachel’s and Doug’s wedding featured on A Lowcountry Wedding! Rachel’s and Doug’s had coastal-country themed destination wedding. The couple opted for a first look and portraits in Downtown Charleston before gathering with friends and family at their beach wedding on Isle of Palms. Afterwards, everyone was treated to brunch catered by MOSAIC. Their country garden […]

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    Excited to see Megan’s and Max’s wedding at the Old Exchange Building & Provost Dungeon featured on Borrowed & Blue.  Megan and Max, who met through mutual friends, consider themselves two goofballs that are madly in love with each other. After a surprise proposal before a romantic dinner, the two decided on a destination wedding in Charleston. […]

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