We have seen so many gorgeous ceremonies under sprawling oak trees here in the Lowcountry, but this one might take the cake. Surrounded by lush green fields punctuated with spectacular oak trees, Elizabeth and James were married on the grounds of James’ Wadmalaw Island family estate. The wedding decor was simple and elegant with purple accents in the flowers (beautifully arranged by Pretty Petals of Charleston), fun over-sized balloons marking the pathways, and rustic glass lanterns beautifully hanging in the mossy trees. James, a Greenville real estate developer, looked sharp in his Brackish Bowtie, which his groomsmen also sported. And Elizabeth, an attorney, was stunning in her Stella York dress and we especially love the pop of color in her up-do. Her bridesmaids were also colorful in their long purple gowns from Donna Morgan. There were many great personal touches including custom koozies, and a traditional English wedding cake made by James’ grandmother! Another fun detail was the rose petal exit that looked great on camera and is a fun alternative to sparklers and confetti. Also don’t miss the cutie-pie twin flower girl and ring bearer!
Brittany did such a great job capturing the spirit of the day. We’re melting over all the portraits. And if you’d like to see more of these two, take a look at their beautiful and unique engagement session (which was also photographed at James’ Wadmalaw Island family home), complete with horses, goats, and their pup.
Congratulations Elizabeth and James!