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Tera & Charles {The Old Exchange Wedding}

We so are excited to share this very unique wedding with our readers today! Tera and Charles met at Georgetown Law through a mutual friend and soon after fell in love.  They live in Washington D.C. but chose downtown Charleston for their destination wedding location. With the help of Megan from Hamby Catering they were able to enjoy a flawless event despite planning from a distance. Tera interned with the US District Court of South Carolina in Charleston for Judge Norton, who would later officiate the ceremony. Her time spent in the Lowcountry inspired her wedding vision for delicate Southern elegance with a vintage twist. The couple chose the iconic Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon on East Bay Street for both the ceremony and reception. Tera and Charles chose to do a first look which produced a collection of beautiful romantic images around the downtown area. Their adorable pup, Lucy, even made a cameo for some of the portraits in front of The Old Exchange complete with a floral collar! Enjoy the photos and congratulations to the happy couple!

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Ceremony: The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon | Coordinator & Caterer Hamby Catering
DJ: Other Brother Entertainment | Florist: Charleston Flower Market
Wedding Gown: Ellie’s Bridal Boutiqe | Officiant: The Honorable Judge Norton

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  • October 23, 2013 - 4:21 pm

    Riverland Studios - Check Charles and Tera’s Wedding on the blog today!ReplyCancel