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Add an ethereal element to your ceremony site or reception venue with swaths upon swaths of fabric

Charleston’s newest bar-on-wheels happens to be a cute little number that can be customized for your wedding events

New York Times best-selling author (and Sullivan’s Island resident) Dorothea Benton Frank pens a hilarious and hearfelt must-read for MOBs and MOGs

Add laughs and levity to your wedding when you include your pets

Host a reception where you grew up? Sure! This Charleston bride shares how she squeezed 300-plus guests into her parent’s Ansonborough abode

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry aren’t the only ones getting crests these days. Commission your own custom creation to make your mark as a couple

Rhyme & Reason blogger Jillian Attaway Eversole shares her best bets for your own bridal luncheon

Host a wonderful wedding in Charleston on a budget (for $7K)? You bet you can

Throw a flower-crown bridal luncheon with a little help from your friends

A Charleston “letter artist” takes modern calligraphy to a whole new level that brides (and celebs) adore

When a belle of an old-guard Charleston family opts for a pre-ceremony “first look” with her groom, it means times are changing. See why a sneak peek worked for Kathleen Hay and Andrew Hagood, and why you might follow suit

We’re over-the-moon for this wedding that’s run through with oysters. Learn how to flavor your wedding with just such a theme without going overboard

Pump up the romance at your reception when you cut the overhead lights and rely instead on the soft glow of real candles and twinkling trees

Combine your passions (that for your betrothed ... and your favorite style icon) into the wedding of your dreams

Rose gold is all the rage today, and rental houses and jewelers alike stock it in myriad forms. Here’s how to wield the trend like a true pro and let it warm up a cool weather wedding without overpowering it

Preserve your bridal bouquet with a portrait by one of Charleston’s rising stars

Check out Charleston’s latest finds: gorgeous engagement rings and wedding bands plus a handful of inexpensive surcies for you or your maids

Find out why these grinning grandparents walked the aisle as their grandkids’ ring bearer and flower girls

Locally crafted garden umbrellas offer your guests respite from the spring sun (and bespoke style)

Add Charleston charm to your bridal ensemble (or registry wish-list) with a piece from fourth-generation local jeweler Mini Hay’s darling Goldbug collection

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