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Our work has been published by many well-known lifestyle & wedding blogs and magazines.

Congratulations to Anne & Justin! Their incredible Lowndes Grove Plantation wedding was featured on The Frosted Petticoat Blog. This stunning wedding showcased the elegance of black tie formality mixed with a soft pastel color palette. Intrigue Design & Events showed, once again, their impeccable taste and ability to create beautiful events. We cannot think of […]

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Our friends at The WeddingWire Blog recently published Gillian and Tom’s charming Southern wedding and we’re so excited to share it with you! The newlywed couple chose The Governor Thomas Bennett House in downtown Charleston for its historic significance and charming character. The ceremony took place among the beautiful gardens of blooming azaleas, hydrangeas, and […]

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It’s always exciting when beautiful weddings that we’re so blessed to be a part of get published for others to see! Our friends at Paper Moon Weddings featured Jessica and Chase’s winter wedding at Boone Hall Plantation. The rustic charm and fields of cotton are what sets this day apart. Enjoy this lovely couple’s beautiful […]

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Our good friends at The Wedding Channel have featured Jessica and Chase‘s beautiful Boone Hall Plantation wedding as their Wedding of the Day! Jessica incorporated a color palette of natural greens, grays, and white into her wedding attire and accessories. The guys celebrated at the reception with a tribute to their alma mater, Clemson University, […]

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Jessica and Chase got married outside at Boone Hall Plantation in January! It wasn’t as cold as it might sound. In fact, they couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day. Erin at A Lowcountry Wedding was gracious enough to feature the wedding on her wonderful blog today! Check out all the details at http://alowcountrywed.com/boone-hall-plantation-wedding-jessica-chase/. […]

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