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We have some really special bridal features
in this issue of Carolina Bride. Many of our
wedding stories in the past have been similar to
Lauren and Steve’s story. They were married in
the church where both of them attended preschool,
and they had their beautiful reception at Pine Island Club
on Lake Murray. But our other two bridal features are
firsts: Rachel and Blake were married in the first wedding
ceremony at Town Theatre in downtown Columbia, and
Sanya (pronounced “SUN-ya”) and Omar may be our first

Our cover bride is Lauren Conrad, who
married Steven Knobeloch in January at
Union United Methodist Church in Irmo.
Read their story on page 20.
Photos by Ashley Seawell Photography

couple married in a traditional Muslim wedding. Ashley
Seawell Photography, Hartman Outdoor Photography and
Palmetto Duo provided us with gorgeous photos of the
weddings.
We also visited the newly formed Devine Street Wedding
District to see what vendors there call a “one-street stop”
for brides. They have wedding gowns, bridesmaids’ dresses,
flowers, tuxes, party clothes, alcohol, registries, planning,
officiant services, jewelry, photography, videography and
even a venue. And Travel Leaders’ Eileen Nason is back with
more tips on having a beautiful destination wedding. Finally,
we’ve expanded our venues listing and the Lowcountry
section produced by The Island Packet in Hilton Head and
The Beaufort Gazette.
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9................................Wedding Album
12..............................Rachel & Blake
20..............................Lauren & Steve
26...............................Sanya & Omar

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32............................. Lauren & Corey
34................................... Style to Bits
36..................................Beth & Jesse
38..............................FACES DaySpa
40......................... Brittany & Patrick
42....Lowcountry Reception Venues
43.......The To-Dos Before the ‘I Dos’
44... Devine Street Wedding District
52...............................Travel Leaders
56.............................Wedding Album
58. Wedding and Reception Venues
61............................ Advertiser Index

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Rachel Blake

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Creative
license
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By Lynn Nickles

Special to Carolina Bride

achel Sparks envisioned getting married at Town Theatre, near the S.C.
State House, long before meeting her groom, Blake Wynia, in New York
City.
Blake, a North Carolinian in his final year of medical residency at New
York University, is also an accomplished musician, so the theatrical
venue made even more sense after the couple became engaged.
Rachel’s mother, Cindy Sparks, often took Rachel and her younger sister, Claire,
to plays, and Claire acted in several Town Theatre productions.
“Theater’s always just been a passion of mine,” Rachel said. “I didn’t want to be on
stage, but I loved going, especially watching my sister perform.”

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Outdoor Photography

The prospect of standing on
stage herself in front of 200
guests was daunting to Rachel,
who admitted, “I was pretty nervous – not to get married, but to
have all those people watching. I
actually couldn’t sleep the night
before. I got up at 5 a.m. and
drove to Chick-fil-A and left a
note for my mom saying, ‘Don’t
worry, I’m not a runaway bride.’ ”

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own Theatre’s executive
director, Sandra Willis,
has been involved with
the theater for 30 years. Once,
she said, there was a marriage
proposal on Town Theatre’s
stage during a production of
“Guys and Dolls,” but to her
knowledge, the Wynias’ April 18
wedding was a first.
“As for hosting future events,”
Willis said, “we would be
delighted to talk with someone
about it, and they would not
have to have a prior affiliation
with Town. Our schedule is so
packed that we don’t have a
plethora of rental opportunities, but we certainly would be
delighted to explore any possibility.”
Town Theatre was building a
set for a production of
“Spamalot” when Rachel and
Blake got married, so castles
and dragons were tucked
behind the velvet curtains on
stage. Sally Sparks, Rachel’s
cousin, who has a degree in set
design from University of
California, Los Angeles, decorated the venue for the wedding
with white lights and handmade buntings. Sally also made
flags for guests to wave at the
reception.
he bride relied on attendants to choose their own
dresses and neutral shoes.
“We kind of gave everyone free
license to get whatever dress
they wanted,” she said. “We just
gave them parameters.”
The girls on Rachel’s side of
the stage wore mint green or
seafoam dresses, and Blake’s
sisters, who stood next to him,
wore dark gray dresses to

complement the men’s suits.
“I actually went to Home Depot and got
paint swatches to send to everybody and
said, ‘Find a dress that’s close to this color,’ ”
Rachel said.
Rachel found her own gown at David’s
Bridal, one with beading, lots of lace and
pockets, but it was strapless, and she wanted
straps, so she enlisted Nick’s Tailoring to
make straps from the train of the dress.
Ashley Wright of Cline’s Salon styled the
bride’s hair, and Mary Kay consultant
Courtney Young did her makeup.
Rachel’s mother ordered the flowers from
Weddings by Woolbright in Newberry: peonies, hypericum berries, calla lilies, freesia,
lamb’s ears, gerbera daisies, Queen Anne’s
lace, tea roses and snapdragons.
The groom selected the music and

guitar arrangement of Bach’s Prelude to
Cello Suite No. 1 during the ceremony.
Officiating the wedding was Clemson
English professor Mike LeMahieu, Rachel’s
mentor.

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arranged it himself for a piano trio consisting of local musicians: pianist Claudio
Olivera, cellist Ryan Knott and violinist
Sarah Land. The bride’s attendants walked
down the aisle to “Baby, Will You Marry Me,”
an indie folk song by Svavar Knútur and
Markéta Irglová, and Rachel processed to
“The Book of Love,” by The Magnetic Fields.
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entimental touches included Rachel taping a lucky penny into her shoe, the same
coin her grandmother had worn at her
wedding more than 60 years before. Outside of
the reception venue, City Art, Rachel’s paternal
uncle, Citadel professor Don Sparks, gave the
newlywed couple a sabrage toast, slicing the
top off of a champagne bottle with a small
sword. During their rehearsal dinner at
701 Whaley, friends and family toasted the
couple and enjoyed a slideshow of photos from
their childhood and courtship.
City Art, Rachel noted, was “a beautiful

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At the reception, Rachel’s sister sang Blake’s
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he bride and groom had planned to
exchange handwritten letters just before
the wedding. While photographers
Shelley and Josh Hartman of Hartman Outdoor
Photography in Cary, N.C., were taking separate
shots of the couple, Rachel sat in the middle of
the empty theater to read Blake’s letter.
Unbeknownst to the bride, Blake had also written an original song just for her on their wedding day. Inserted in the letter was an iPod so
Rachel could listen to it while Blake waited outside for their first look.
“It was really, for me, one of the most beautiful
moments because I knew I was about to go out
there and see him,” she said. “I was in my dress
in this beautifully decorated theater where we
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Lauren

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A warm
winter wedding
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By Deena C. Bouknight
Special to Carolina Bride

lives and the lives of our parents
crossed while we were growing up.”

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auren is from Irmo, while
Steve grew up in Lexington.
Both were baptized as babies
at Union United Methodist Church
in Irmo, where she attended. Both
were also enrolled in preschool
there. Their parents maintained
mutual friendships. Yet Lauren and
Steve didn’t meet until their first

week as freshmen at Clemson.
Having the wedding at Union
United Methodist was a given. The
couple enjoys Lake Murray, so they
chose the clubhouse at nearby Pine
Island Club, where Lauren’s mother is a member, as the venue for
their reception.
Selecting January as the wedding
month meant the church, the clubhouse and other vendors were
available. Lauren’s mother and her

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auren
Conrad
Knobeloch says everyone at her January wedding was warm and cozy
– first in the church
where she grew up, and
then at the Pine Island clubhouse
with its roaring fireplace.
Lauren had never considered a
winter wedding, but the timing
worked for the couple’s schedule.
Her fiance, Steve, had taken an
engineering job in Tampa,
Fla., a few years ago. Just
after the Christmas and
New Year’s holidays seemed
an ideal time to gather for a
celebration.
Lauren did not daydream
about weddings, as some
girls do, before she and
Steve became engaged in
December 2013. But when
the two college friends
decided, several months
after they graduated from
Clemson University, to
start dating, the stars
aligned.
“It all came together,”
says Lauren. “And we both
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bridesmaids – made up of family and friends – helped with
details as Lauren moved to
Tampa to be closer to Steve. In
the span of a year, she returned
to South Carolina a few times to
assist with plans and for dress
fittings. She emailed ideas she
found in magazines and on
such sites at Pinterest, but she
trusted those on the ground in
Columbia.

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auren describes the wedding day as “just a little
chilly” with a high of
55 degrees. She wore a traditional champagne-hued gown
that featured a sheer back and
three-­quarter­-length
lace
sleeves.
“I did not want a strapless
dress,” she said. “The girls at
Evelyn’s Bridal (in Lugoff) were
amazing. They helped me pick
my dress and then did alterations and added the lace sleeves
to make the dress exactly what I

had pictured in my head.”
Complementing the dress
were sleeveless navy bridesmaid
dresses accented with silver
beaded belts that her mother
made. “My sister had a slightly
different belt because she was
the maid of honor,” Lauren said.
Lauren completed her look
with a cathedral-length veil and
a bouquet of dusty miller,
hydrangeas and pink roses
including Pink O’Hara, Powder

and Creamy Ivory Peony varieties. Jenny Manley, who coordinated flowers for her first wedding when she was a freshman
in college, operates The Frugal
Flower.

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wo hundred fifty people
attended the wedding.
Interestingly, the wedding party – made up of six
bridesmaids, six groomsmen, a

flower girl, two honorary junior
bridesmaids, and four honorary bridesmaids – included several sets of twins.
Steve’s identical twin brother
was his best man; two of the
bridesmaids were identical
twins, as were the two honorary
junior bridesmaids. Plus,
Lauren’s father is an identical
twin.
Jen Lewis, owner of Pastel
Makeup & Hair, readied the
bride and others for the ceremony, while photographer
Ashley Seawell captured the
special moments.
“I absolutely loved all the photos,” Lauren said. “One of my
favorites is when I am standing
in front of Steve and my dad
kisses my cheek to hand me
over.
“The photos in the church, I
love ... especially the ones where
we are facing each other. She
also captured great shots outside at Pine Island before the
sunlight was lost.”

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arah Christmus of River Road Catering
Company, a close friend of Lauren, made
the chocolate Clemson-themed groom’s
cake and the almond white wedding cake with
vanilla buttercream frosting.
Her company also provided the food, which
included mostly pick­up items: a vegetable tray,
spinach and artichoke dip, a trio of cheese
balls, Carolina corn dip, pulled-pork barbecue
sliders, and honey­baked ham with rolls.
Lauren says she just “breathed deeply and
took it all in.” Her only regret: “that it went by
too fast.”
Both her parents and Steve’s parents have
been married more than 30 years, so Lauren
said the day was “blessed” with a spirit of the
“true meaning of love, family, and commitment.”
After a cool but cozy winter wedding, Lauren
and Steve returned to their home in sunny
Florida.

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t the reception, Steve surprised Lauren
with a special dance to a Zack Brown
song. DJ Keven Snow was a friend of
Lauren’s from high school.
“Lauren wanted her night to be very specific
to her taste in music – country – but still meet
the tastes of all the guests,” Snow said.
They decided on a playlist of “feel­-good”
country during cocktails, shag and oldies to
dance to after the wedding party entered, and
then pop and “knock­-’em-­out” country after
the cake cutting and throughout the evening.

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Sanya

Photos by Palmetto Duo

A traditional
celebration
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By Katie McElveen

Special to Carolina Bride

alk about extended wedding
festivities: When Sanya Khan
and Omar Mohiuddin said
their marriage vows on May
22, 2015, they’d been celebrating for more than two years.
And there were more parties to come.
The reason lies in Sanya and Omar’s faith.
As Muslims, they hold the first celebratory
event soon after the couple and their families
have decided that a wedding will take place.
“Since we don’t normally have a proposal, this is how our families let the community know that these two people are
committed to each other,” explains Sanya.

“It was a wonderful, very important event.
Although Omar is Indian, my family is
Pakistani, so we both wore custom-made
traditional Pakistani outfits.”
Sanya and Omar also announced the
date of the wedding, May, 22, 2015, making their engagement official.

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anya’s next traditional celebration
was her first dholki, or drum party,
which was held in March of 2015.
Similar to a shower, a dholki party indicates that a wedding is imminent.
There’s lots of music – a dholki is actually a percussion instrument – and dancing, including intricately choreographed
routines performed for the bride by her

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“H

e (my
father)
told us that we
would love each
other even more in
35 years than we do
today, just like (my
parents) did.”
OMAR MOHIUDDIN
groom

friends. Since no men are included, the women can remove their
headscarves and let loose.
“It was crazy and wonderful,”
recalls Sanya.
A week before the wedding, held
in North Carolina, Omar had his
manja, which is a Muslim wedding custom in Hyderabad, the
city in southern India where his
family originated.
“It’s traditional for the groom to sit
down and have all his friends and
family feed him sweets and put turmeric on his hands and face,”
explains Omar. “So that’s what they
did. It’s supposed to be a blessing for
the groom before the ceremony.”

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n the day of her wedding,
Sanya awoke early to begin
preparations, which included applying dramatic makeup and
dressing in a khada dupatta, the
time-honored
outfit
for
Hyderabadi Muslim brides. In
addition to a blouse and pants, the
khada dupatta comprises about
6 yards of jeweled and embroidered fabric that’s draped around
the body in a complicated process.
“Mine was a gorgeous shade of
deep pomegranate red, with a dark
green border,” says Sanya. “With it,
I wore the wedding jewelry, which
includes a gold headpiece, choker,
bangles, earrings and seven-strand
pearl necklace. My headpiece was
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from India and had been chosen
for me by my mother-in-law. ”
Omar wore a sherwani, or jewled wedding tunic and, on his
head, a red turban-like sehra.
So that all 380 guests could
attend the nikkah, or wedding
ceremony, Sanya and Omar
were married at a large mosque
in Apex, N.C.
“The imam talked about
bringing two families together
under Allah’s protection, which
was a lovely sentiment,” says
Katie Hart, who photographed
all of the events during the fourday celebration.
Omar agrees. “The imam had
me ask Sanya’s permission to
get married following the
Islamic traditions. It was a
beautiful ceremony,” he says.
Although there was no dancing
at the reception, which was held
immediately after the ceremony,
Sanya and Omar exchanged
rings, Sanya’s sisters performed
funny skits, and guests ate plenty
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At the end, Sanya’s family walked her out to the
car as part of the rukhsati, which symbolizes the
bride leaving one family and joining another.
“Now I know why brides cry during their rukhsati,” says Sanya. “It’s so emotional.”
As a surprise, the family had rented an antique
car for the couple to make their getaway.

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he next day, in Columbia, Omar’s family
hosted the couple’s gana, or song party,
which is similar to the dholki, but includes
both men and women.
One of the highlights was a song Omar’s father
sang to his wife. “Afterwards, he told us that we
would love each other even more in 35 years than
we do today, just like they did,” says Omar. “It
was a touching moment.”
After a large brunch at the groom’s parents’
home on Lake Murray, it was time for the second
reception, or valimah, which is hosted by the
groom’s family. Held at the Columbia Metropolitan
Convention Center, the event began with the new
couple making a formal entrance.
“Once we were there, we heard some amazing
speeches from my dad, my uncles and even my sister,”
recalls Omar. Following a traditional cake ceremony,
where the bride and groom feed bits of cake to each
other and their families, the entertainment began.
“After we danced our first dance, we watched the
skits and dances my cousins and siblings had prepared,” explains Omar. “Then everyone danced.”
By the end of the night, nearly everyone,
including Sanya’s father, who hadn’t danced in
20 years, had taken a turn around the floor.
“I didn’t set out to have a big old dance party at
my wedding, but I did, and it was so much fun,”
says Sanya.

An evening under the oaks

Lauren Allison and
Corey Duke met
their freshman year
at the University of
South Carolina
and were friends
four years before
officially becoming
a couple.

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Lauren

May 2, 2015
Honey Horn Plantation

Jerina Mac Photography

{ Hilton Head Island • Bluffton • Beaufort • South Carolina }

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ealistically he chased me for four
years,” Lauren said with a smile.
“It wasn’t until senior year when
we were on a spring break trip to
Disney World that I started asking myself why
I wasn’t dating him. I couldn’t come up with a
good reason.”
The couple dated for another four years before
Corey proposed one evening in May on Sanibel
Island, Fla.
“Corey kept talking about going to watch the
sunset but it rained all day. I kept telling him
there wasn’t going to be a sunset,” Lauren said.
“We’re not a very romantic couple so I knew
there had to be another reason he wanted to
watch a sunset so bad.”
But the rain cleared and the sky was beautiful
as Corey dropped to one knee with a ring.
“He told me he loved me so much and that he
had a whole speech prepared but he was blanking
on it right now,” Lauren said with a laugh.
Natural, fun, casual. That was the kind of wedding Lauren knew she wanted the minute Corey
asked her to marry him. Growing up in Bluffton,
she loved the Lowcountry’s natural beauty and
she knew Honey Horn Plantation on Hilton Head
Island was where she wanted to start their forever.
“It was exactly what I was looking for in a
venue. I wanted a different type of landscape and
to be under the old mossy oak trees,” she said.
To accentuate the natural beauty of the venue,
Lauren knew she wanted to, in essence, create
a casual garden party. More importantly, she

wanted her guests to be at ease. “After all, Hilton
Head is a place you go to relax,” she said.
Lauren enlisted the expertise of event planner
Leah McCarthy of Weddings with Leah to help
make sense of her ideas.

“I had a lot of ideas, but I didn’t know how to
implement them. With a wedding planner you
get a sense of organization,” said Lauren, who
admits hiring a planner was a gift to herself and
to her mother. “I didn’t want to make anyone
feel like they had to work the day of my wedding
unless they were being paid to work.”
The couple’s wedding was truly a family affair.
At the ceremony, wood signs made by Lauren’s
parents invited guest to “pick a seat, not a side.”
Corey’s family created the programs, which included hand-colored flowers drawn by his mother.
Lauren’s mom, a notary, signed their wedding
license, and Corey’s uncle married them.
Wine barrels served as tables for programs and

for rustic watering cans overflowing with peach
garden roses, coral peonies and white hydrangeas. The seven bridesmaids wore maxi dresses
in coral and mint while the groomsmen wore
charcoal gray tuxes with mint ties.
Being big fans of indie rock, Lauren walked
down the aisle to “Tonight, Tonight” by The
Smashing Pumpkins, and the couple shared their
first dance to “When The Stars Go Blue” by Ryan
Adams. During cocktail hour, instrumental indie
rocked played while folks snacked on chicken
and waffles, and pimento cheese salad.
When it was time for dinner, guests made their
way to the pavilion for a buffet that included
pulled pork, gouda mac and cheese, cornbread,
coleslaw, a Lowcountry boil, and tomato feta cucumber salad. For dessert, Lauren’s cousin made
three wedding cakes, which included a cinnamon
roll cake with maple buttercream frosting, and an
Oreo cake in memory of Lauren’s late grandfather who loved the cookies.
Lauren said Savannah photographer Jerina
Boylston of Jerina Mac Photography went out of
her way to beautifully capture their special day.
“She made a site visit months before to find the
best places for pictures. She is truly dedicated to
her work,” Lauren said.
At the end of the night, Lauren and Corey
were whisked away to the South end of the island
where the party continued into the early morning. The next day, guests gathered for brunch.
“You get all of your family and friends together
and you never know when you’ll see them again.
We wanted to spend as much time as possible with
them. It was perfect,” Lauren said.

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By Cate Fitzpatrick

cfitzpatrick@islandpacket.com

{ Hilton Head Island • Bluffton • Beaufort • South Carolina }

Bring your venue to life with memorable styling
By Cel Floresca

Special to Carolina Bride

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ou’ve been planning and dreaming about
your beautiful wedding for months. You can
picture how the venue will look, how much your
guests will enjoy the party, and how you and your
partner will remember this precious day.
Then the worry sets in. How do you make it
all happen? Fret not. You can style your wedding
venue just like your dream with these tips.

Your color palette will play a striking role in the
overall look. You can choose one, two or three
colors to carry through your wedding. Select different hues to add emphasis and to compliment
the décor.
SET THE ATMOSPHERE
Lights and music are important tools for crafting the type of mood you’re envisioning at your
wedding. Candles keep the room dramatic and
create an intimate and cozy environment. For
a relaxing ambiance, consider having a string
quartet play soft music while guests are enjoying
dinner.
When envisioning the look and feel of your
wedding, remember to plan within your budget.
Your wedding venue design and style doesn’t
have to be expensive. A little dash of effort, a
sprinkle of imagination and some patience will
pay off big.

IDEAS & THEME
Begin with an idea of how you want your
wedding to be remembered. Then, narrow down
your concept according to your personalities,
preferences and taste. There’s no limit to what
your theme can be so don’t be afraid to see your
idea through. A wedding with a vintage romantic
feel is never out of style. It’s timeless and elegant.
Whatever theme you choose, make sure it’s
coherent with your other wedding details.
COLOR & DESIGN
Use your imagination and go bold. Be brave
and think outside the box when choosing ornaments and table pieces. Consider layering accents
on the tables and throughout the venue to make
a space feel more inviting and complete. Remember to incorporate different sizes into arrange-

ments to help balance the design. For example,
if you’re going for a vintage romantic look, you
can decorate with things like teapots, distressed
lanterns, frames, doilies, lace fabrics, and antique
candelabras. Always accentuate your design with
textures, shapes and colors.

Cel Floresca is the owner of Style To Bits, a fashion, lifestyle and
events business based in Beaufort. www.styletobits.com.

Photo provided by Cel Floresca of Style To Bits

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BROUGHT TO YOU BY

& Jesse

Beth

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November 15, 2014
Country Club of Hilton Head

Diane Dodd Photography

{ Hilton Head Island • Bluffton • Beaufort • South Carolina }

A day of love and laughter

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hen Beth Georgopulos started
thinking about her wedding, eloping to California sounded ideal.
“I’m much more practical. I
wanted to save money and elope. It was Jesse
who wanted the big party,” she said. “I also wasn’t
sure we wanted to do a destination wedding.”
But that’s exactly the wedding she and husband
Jesse Shallcross had, thanks in part to Beth’s
persistent mom.
“My mom really wanted to go through the
planning process with me and she kept throwing
out the idea of a Hilton Head wedding. I knew it
would mean a lot to her,” Beth said.

By Cate Fitzpatrick

cfitzpatrick@islandpacket.com

Beth always wanted a fall wedding so they set a
date in November, giving her four months to plan.
“I knew if I gave myself more time it would
cost more,” she said.
While Beth was happy to save a few pennies
where she could, she spared no expense when it
came to her dress.
“I wanted something I would look beautiful
in,” she said, admitting that she probably tried
on every style dress before finding her match: a
strapless, incredibly fitted trumpet-style gown
adorned with lace and beads. The dress had a
sweetheart neckline and a taffeta sash with a
beaded starburst just below the bust. To keep
warm on the chilly November afternoon, Beth
wore a white fur stole.

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Chicago residents Beth and Jesse were dating
just over two years before Jesse proposed in an
elaborate scheme that was months in the making.
He created a fake invitation for a black-tie
charity reception on June 28, 2014 and told Beth
that his colleague Bob and his (fictional) wife had
invited them over for champagne beforehand.
When they arrived, there were candles, champagne, and a heart of rose petals on the floor.
“Jesse was so particular about making sure I
was standing in the right place, facing the right
way. It turns out the heart marked the spot where
he first saw me at a housewarming party in the
same apartment a few years before,” said Beth,
who admitted she was caught by surprise, first by
the proposal, then by the fake ball, and also that
Bob wasn’t a colleague; he was the current tenant.
Before she knew it, Jesse got down on one knee
and asked her to marry him.
“I was in shock. Then my mom and Jesse’s mom
popped out of the closet. It was wild,” Beth said.

For Jesse, his must-haves were an exceptional
photographer and videographer so he could
share the day with his grandparents who couldn’t
make the trip. To capture their memories, the
couple worked with Columbia videographer Josh
Rainwater and Savannah wedding photographer
Diane Dodd of Diane Dodd Photography.
“Beth and Jesse were wonderful. They are definitely made for each other,” said Diane, whose
photos captured the candidness of the couple and
the liveliness of the day’s celebration.
Beth and Jesse exchanged vows in an early
afternoon ceremony at Holy Family Catholic
Church on Hilton Head and held an evening
reception at the Country Club of Hilton Head. In
the hours between, guests were invited to Beth’s
parents home in Hilton Head Plantation to start
the celebration a little early. Trolleys shuttled
folks from each location.
At the country club, guests mixed and mingled
before entering the grand ballroom for a sitdown dinner of filet mignon. For dessert, the
couple ordered sheet cakes from a local grocery
store and a small cake for their ceremonial cut.
Literally.
“When the cake arrived, it was so tiny. It was
probably about 6-inches tall,” Beth said with a
laugh. “When my dad gave the toast, he let everyone know that, ‘we spared no expense, except for
the cake.’ It became a running joke all night.”
When the night was over, the “Shall crossed
Lovers” left the club through a gauntlet of foam
glow sticks. The next day, the couple held a Bears
watch party with wings and beer.
“It was amazing to have all of our friends and
family in one place celebrating with us. It was a
wonderful night,” Beth said.

{ Hilton Head Island • Bluffton • Beaufort • South Carolina }

Achieve radiant skin on your wedding day
By Amy Brinson

Special to Carolina Bride

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t FACES DaySpa on Hilton Head Island, we
see plenty of brides who want that perfect look
on their wedding day. However, in the Lowcountry, keeping your makeup looking fresh all day can
become a huge challenge. Here are a few tips to
achieve that perfect look, even in the humidity.
START PREPPING IN ADVANCE
The earlier you get your skin on a proper regimen, the better. Brides-to-be should start seeing
an Esthetician months in advance to set up regular
facial appointments. Your Esthetician will be able
to guide you towards products specifically for your
skin’s needs.

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HAVE A CONSULTATION
Make an appointment to have a pre-wedding
consultation with your makeup artist. This will
allow you to see what your makeup will look like
ahead of time. The artist can test different foundations, eye shadows and other products so you get
exactly the look you want. A consultation also is a
good idea because it allows you to discuss any concerns you have and work out a plan ahead of time.
This will help you both be more prepared for the
big day.

CONSIDER AIRBRUSH MAKEUP
Airbrush makeup is the ideal choice for weddings and it has many benefits. It’s lightweight and
never looks “cakey” while still offering full coverage. Airbrush makeup hides shine longer and won’t
budge while you’re dancing the night away. It’s also
hypoallergenic.

TAME THE SHINE WITH SERUMS
There are many different serums that a makeup
artist can apply to help keep shine to a minimum.
If your skin has a tendency to get oilier throughout
the day, consider using our ShineFree Solution. The
serum absorbs up to 400 times its weight in oil and
the unique herbal blend helps prevent breakouts.
DON’T BE AFRAID OF A LITTLE DRAMA
Even if you’re someone who always leans toward
a neutral and natural look, don’t be afraid to try
a look that’s a little more dramatic for your wedding day. Pictures tend to wash people out, so your
makeup should be a little heavier than usual.

AVOID MINERAL FOUNDATIONS
Minerals are all the rage becuase of the way they
reflect light. But on your special day, when the camera flashes, it might make you look oily. If you’re
not using airbrush makeup, make sure the makeup
you choose is made for photography. If you’re doing your own makeup, opt for something matte.
With a little bit of preparation and the right
makeup artist, you will be shining on your wedding day (in the right way) while your makeup
stays flawless.
Amy Brinson is the general manager at FACES DaySpa on Hilton
Head Island. FACES offers a comprehensive menu of spa services
including massages, facials and pedicures. www.facesdayspa.com.

Photo provided by FACES DaySpa

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Love sparkles at the beach
&Patrick

Brittany

May 15, 2015
Hilton Head Marriott Resort & Spa

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ccording to Brittany Hart, the way she met her
husband is part cliché, part romantic comedy.
“We actually met in a bar. I don’t usually go to
bars, but I was out with friends celebrating a birthday and we went into this one called Callahan’s on a whim. There
was a Buckeyes game on and we started watching with a group
of guys who were already there,” she recalled. That’s when one of
them introduced her to Patrick Wurm.
“I remember thinking he
was really handsome and
sweet,” she said. At the end
of the night Patrick asked for
her number.
“Thinking I was being
cute, I wrote my number on a
napkin and slid it over to him
like they do in the movies. He
looked at the napkin, laughed
and said ‘It’s 2013. I’m just going to put this in my phone,’ ”
Brittany said with a laugh.
Three weeks later they had
their first date.
“I remember coming home
and telling my mom that I was going to marry this guy. I just
knew,” she said.
Three months later Brittany, her son Jett, and Patrick moved
in together. Six months later they bought their first house. Nine
months later they were engaged.

King Street Photo Weddings, Michel Berda

{ Hilton Head Island • Bluffton • Beaufort • South Carolina }

By Cate Fitzpatrick

cfitzpatrick@islandpacket.com

uncomfortable. We wanted everyone to have a
good time,” Brittany said.
Charged with preserving the big day was
Charleston photographer Michel Berda of King
Street Photo Weddings.
“I always ask clients about the most important parts of the wedding day that they want me
to capture. Right away Brittany said the wedding was about her son and the three of them
becoming a family,” Michel said.
Brittany and Patrick exchanged vows on
the Bullhead Deck, a grassy overlook just
steps from the ocean. The bridesmaids wore
navy dresses and carried coral bouquets. The
groomsmen sported dark gray suits with navy
ties and coral boutonnieres. Brittany added a
pop of color to her wedding dress with a coral
Steve Madden suede pumps with 5-inch heels.
The flowers, including her bouquet which she
bought on Etsy, were all fake. The crafty bride
also made the centerpieces, which included
burlap-wrapped boxes with coral and white hy-

drangeas atop chevron table runners.
“The Marriott supplied everything and they
had it set up so perfectly. We didn’t have to worry
about a thing,” Brittany said.
After the ceremony, guests made their way
to an upper deck for cocktails while the lawn
was transformed for dinner. Guests enjoyed a
plated meal of chicken and lobster with asparagus, potatoes and Caesar salads. Dancing and
cupcakes from Carolina Cupcakes followed to
a playlist meticulously crafted by Patrick. The
couple had their first dance to “Swept Away”
by The Avett Brothers and Brittany and her son
shared a special dance to “93 Million Miles” by
Jason Mraz.
Looking back, Brittany wouldn’t change a thing.
“We ate, we drank, we had fun with friends
and family, and the next day we went to the
pool. It was great,” Brittany said. “Being stressed
ruins the whole point of your wedding day.
You’re there to marry your husband and that’s
all that matters.”

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When it was time to plan their wedding, the
Ohio couple ran into a common predicament:
what to do about the growing guest list.
“We started making our guest list and it was
getting way out of hand. So we started looking
into doing a destination wedding and keeping
the guest list to immediate family and close
friends” which brought the list of 200 down to
45, Brittany said.
The couple called resorts in North Carolina
and Virginia before making a connection with
Stuart Davis, event coordinator at the Hilton
Head Marriott Resort & Spa. The couple visited
the island for the first time in November 2014
and immediately fell in love with the resort.
“We knew right away this was the place,” Brittany said. “We wanted to do something simple
with the beach in the background. Once we knew
this was our venue, Stuart took care of the rest.”
Brittany and Patrick wanted a wedding centered around family and friends.
“We didn’t want anyone to feel stressed or

{ Hilton Head Island • Bluffton • Beaufort • South Carolina }

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Reception Venues
Advanced Sail Catamaran • 843-686-2582 • 86 Helmsman Way, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.hiltonheadislandsailing.com
Arts Center of Coastal Carolina • 843-686-3945, ext. 207 • 14 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head Island • www.artshhi.com
Beach House Hilton Head Island • 843-785-5126 • 1 South Forest Beach Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.beachhousehhi.com
Belfair Plantation • 843-706-4633 • 200 Belfair Oaks Blvd., Bluffton, SC • www.belfair1811.com
Berkeley Hall • 843-815-8493 • 366 Good Hope Road, Bluffton, SC • www.berkeleyhallclub.com
Bluffton Oyster Factory Park • 843-706-4500 • 63 Wharf St., Bluffton, SC • www.townofbluffton.sc.gov
Callawassie Island • 843-987-2155 • 176 Callawassie Island Drive, Callawassie Island, SC • www.callawassieisland.com/weddings
Celebrations Catering & Events • 843-689-7526 • Hilton Head Island, SC • www.wecelebrateyou.com
Colleton River Plantation Club • 843-836-4400 • 60 Colleton River Drive, Bluffton, SC • www.colletonriverclub.com
Country Club of Hilton Head • 843-681-2582 • 70 Skull Creek Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.hiltonheadclub.com
Dataw Island Club • 843-838-8428 • 100 Dataw Club Road, Dataw Island, SC • www.datawcatering.com
Elegant Events Hall • 843-422-4948 491 • Parris Island Gateway, Beaufort, SC • www.eleganteventshall.com
Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort • 888-741-8974 • 2119 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island, SC • www.frippislandresort.com
Golf Club at Indigo Run • 843-689-3500 • 101 Berwick Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.thegolfclub-indigorun.com
Hampton Hall Club • 843-815-9336 • 170 Hampton Hall Blvd., Bluffton, SC • www.hamptonhallsc.com
Hampton Lake • 843-836-7475 • 20 Hampton Lake Drive, Bluffton, SC • www.hamptonlake.com
Harbour Town Yacht Club • 843-671-1400 • 149 Lighthouse Road, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.harbourtownyachtclub.com
Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park • 843-525-7070 • 1010 Bay Street, Beaufort, SC • www.cityofbeaufort.org
Hilton Head Beach & Tennis Resort • 843-842-4402 • 40 Folly Field Road, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.hhibeachandtennis.com
Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa • 843-686-8466 • 1 Hotel Circle, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.marriott.com/hhhgr
Honey Horn Plantation • 843-689-6767 ext. 224 • 70 Honey Horn Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.coastaldiscovery.org
Hunting Island State Park • 843-838-2011 • 2555 Sea Island Parkway, Hunting Island, SC • www.huntingisland.com
Oaks Plantation • 843-263-9756 • 66 Godley Road, St. Helena Island, SC • www.theoaksplantationsc.com
Old Sheldon Church Ruins • 843-522-1712, 843-379-0016 • Old Sheldon Church Road, Yemassee, SC • www.theoaksplantationsc.com
Oldfield Plantation • 843-645-4622 • 10 Oldfield Way, Okatie, SC • www.oldfield1732.com
Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort • 843-341-8063 • 23 Ocean Lane, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.omnihotels.com/hotels/hilton-head
Oscar Frazier Park • 843-706-4583 • 11 Recreation Court, Bluffton, SC • www.townofbluffton.sc.gov
Oyster Reef Golf Club • 843-681-1747 • 155 High Bluff Road, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.oysterreefgolfclub.com
Palm Key • 843-726-6524 • 330 Coosaw Way, Ridgeland, SC • www.palmkey.com
Palmetto Dunes Resort • 843-686-9142 • 4 Queens Folly Road, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.palmettodunes.com
Palmetto Hall Plantation • 843-681-1747 • 108 Fort Howell Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.palmettohallgolf.com
Port Royal Golf Club • 843-681-1747 • 10 Clubhouse Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.portroyalgolfclub.com/
Rose Hill Mansion • 843-757-6046 • 199 Rose Hill Way, Bluffton SC • www.rosehillmanion.com
Sea Pines Country Club • 843-671-2345 • 30 Govenors Road, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.seapinescountryclub.com
September Oaks Vineyards • 843-726-9463 • 893 Grays Highway, Ridgeland, SC • www.septemberoaks.com
Sequins Ballroom • 843-277-5929, 843-837-2268 • 1300 Fording Island Road, Bluffton, SC • www.seaquinsballroom.com
SERG • 843-715-0344 • Hilton Head Island, SC • awolfe@serggroup.com • www.serggroup.com
Shipyard Golf Club • 843-681-1747 • 45 Shipyard Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.shipyardgolfclub.com
Shipyard Plantation Beach Club • 843-842-3507 • 150 Shipyard Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.shipyardhhi.com
Sonesta Resort • 843-341-1888 • 130 Shipyard Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.sonesta.com/hiltonheadisland
South Carolina Yacht Club • 843-681-4844 • 10 Yacht Club Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.scyachtclub.com
The Beaufort Inn • 843-379-3470 • 809 Port Republic St., Beaufort, SC • www.beaufortinn.com
The Inn at Palmetto Bluff • 843-757-0126 • 476 Mount Pelia Road, Bluffton, SC • www.montagehotels.com/palmettobluff
The Sea Pines Resort • 843-842-1495 • 32 Greenwood Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.seapines.com
The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa • 843-681-1022 • 2 Grasslawn Ave., Hilton Head Island, SC • www.westinhiltonheadisland.com
Vagabond Cruise • 843-363-9026 • 149 Lighthouse Road, Hilton Head Island • www.vagabondcruise.com
Wexford Plantation Club • 843-686-8810 • 111 Wexford Club Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.wexfordplantation.com
Windows on the Waterway • 843-689-7526 • 5 Waterway Lane, Hilton Head Island, SC • www.wecelebrateyou.com

{ Hilton Head Island • Bluffton • Beaufort • South Carolina }

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(in Beaufort County)

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n The price for a marriage license is $50 if both parties
are Beaufort County residents, $75 if at least one person is a resident of South Carolina, and $95 if neither
party is a South Carolina resident; payment must be
made in exact cash. Active-duty military personnel are
deemed to live in the county and state where they are
assigned.
n Each party must be at least 18 to marry without
parental consent and at least 16 with parental consent.
South Carolina does not require blood tests.
n Ceremonies may be performed by a Notary Public
or a minister; South Carolina has no Justices of the
Peace. Witnesses are not required.
n Both parties are required to be present to apply for
a marriage license. An application cannot be taken by
one party or by proxy. Applications must be applied for
in person.
n An original certified copy of a birth certificate or
a hospital or baptismal certificate (issued and dated
within one year after birth) is required for proof of
age for applicants under the age of 18. Applicants age
18 or older may show a government-issued photo ID
with date of birth such as a valid driver’s license, state
ID card, military ID, passport or visa. Applicants are
required to provide their Social Security numbers or
identification numbers.
n There is a 24-hour waiting period until the license is
issued. However, the marriage license has no expiration
date.
n Wedding ceremonies on the beach require a Town of
Hilton Head Island beach permit. Permit requests are
only accepted electronically and must be submitted at
least 30 days prior to the wedding. To submit a request,
go to www.hiltonheadislandsc.gov. For more information, call 843-342-4580.
n The main office of the Beaufort County Probate
Court is located at 102 Ribaut Road, Beaufort, 843255-2850. Marriage licenses are accepted from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. No appointment
necessary. The Hilton Head Island Satellite Office is
located at 539 William Hilton Parkway, Hilton Head,
843-255-2866. The office is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Marriage licenses
accepted by appointment only.

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843-686-8466

‘DEVINE’

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weddings

London and Lace Bridal Boutique
Photos by Kevin Kyzer Photography

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hen Kathryn Dinkins was
planning her wedding in
2012, Columbia didn’t
have what she needed.
“I had my dress for the
rehearsal made in Charleston, and I bought
my wedding gown in Charlotte,” said Dinkins,
who opened Sash Bridesmaid Boutique off
Devine Street in late 2013. “I was on the road
all the time.”
Now, though, Midlands brides have another
option. Sash is a member of the Devine Street
Wedding District, a conglomeration of businesses that offer wedding-focused services,
all within a few blocks of one another.
Menswear store Brittons, registry boutique
non(e)such and Pout, which sells luxury makeup and skin care services, have been on Devine
Street for 19 years, 35 years and 14 years,
respectively, but newcomers have made the
corridor more of a wedding destination.
As several new stores and professionals
serendipitously arrived on Devine Street last
year, owners realized, “This can be our niche
– catering to brides’ needs in a one-street

By Rebekah Lewis Hall
rhall@thestate.com

stop,” said Susan Steiner, who handles marketing and brand development for Pout.

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everal members cited the November
opening of London and Lace Bridal
Boutique as the impetus for the district’s formation, cementing the area’s wedding focus – but owner Lisa Kyzer is quick to
say the district is the result of “a collaborative
effort.”
Brides can park their cars and walk from
vendor to vendor. That proximity and convenience “just creates its own experience,” said
Beth Baxley of Pink Sorbet, the largest Lilly
Pulitzer signature store in South Carolina.
“If someone thinks, ‘Where do I go to
answer all these questions?’ … you literally
can go within a two-block radius,” said Kevin
Roberts, founder and principal at Vow,
which offers officiant services and marriage
planning.
In addition to convenience, “you’re going to
get an incredible quality of service,” Sash’s
Dinkins said.
She regularly sends her customers to

Brittons with swatch cards to match fabrics.
Some brides have even run Sash dresses
over to London and Lace to see bridesmaids’
dresses and wedding gowns side by side.
At Brittons, bow tie guru Lucky Levinson
teaches grooms and their attendants how to
tie bow ties, but recently, “eight guys showed
up an hour before the wedding” needing
help, he said. Brittons staff tied the bow ties
and sent the wedding party on to the ceremony. And that wasn’t a one-time occurrence, manager Perry Lancaster said.

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few stores have begun small collaborations; a Brittons mannequin sits
inside Sash’s entrance, for example,
and the boutiques sometimes coordinate
trunk shows. Kyzer said the group hopes to
host bigger events in the future.
For now, members are focusing on referring one another and becoming the go-to
location in Columbia for wedding planning.
“We’re a destination,” said Pink Sorbet’s
Baxley. “We have something unique to
offer.”

Brittons

Bohemian Home

HoFP

Devine Street Wedding District
1 Bohemian Home
bridal registry
2720 Devine St.
bohemianhome.com
803-779-4966

2 Brittons

menswear
2818 Devine St.
www.brittonsofcolumbia.
com
803-771-2700

3 Craft and Draft

beer
2706 Devine St.
www.craftanddraftbeer.com
803-764-2575

4 Fern Studio

wedding planning
2855 Devine St.
jessicarourke.com
803-767-7244

4 Landon Jacob
photography
2855 Devine St.
landonjacob.com
817-584-3392

women’s clothing
2700 Devine St.
www.shoplaroque.com
803-765-6062

7 London and Lace

wedding gowns
2921 Devine St.
londonandlacebridal.com
803-764-7345

8 non(e)such

4 That Rainwater

bridal registry
2754 Devine St.
www.nonesuchltd.com
803-254-0772

5 HoFP Gallery

women’s clothing
2726 Devine St.
pinksorbetsc.com
803-251-2525

6 LaRoque

makeup and skin care

videography
2855 Devine St.
thatrainwater.com
843-250-0640

framing and venue
2828 Devine St.
www.hofpgallery.com
803-799-7405

9 Pink Sorbet

10 Pout

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floral designs
2855 Devine St.
www.fern-studio.com
803-315-9712

4 Jessica Rourke

Sash
Photos by Kevin Kyzer Photography

2736 Devine St.
www.shoppout.com
803-254-5051

11 Sash

attendant dresses
614 Holly St.
sashbridesmaid.com
803-708-9060

12 Unforgettable

fine jewelry
2511 Devine St.
www.unforgettable-jewelry.
com
803-779-3636

13 Vow

officiant services and
marriage planning
3103 Devine St.
www.carolinaweddingvow.
com
803-528-9343

Craft and Draft

DEVINE STREET WEDDING DISTRICT HIGHLIGHTS

Pout
Photos by Kevin Kyzer Photography

BOHEMIAN HOME
“You could say we’re Columbia’s most unique store, but that
would only scratch the surface,”
Bohemian Home’s website proclaims.
Couples can register at Bohemian Home for furniture, dinnerware by local potters, lighting,
folk art and decor for the whole
home.
And the inventory itself isn’t
all that’s unique, according to
officer Denise Cellier; couples’
registry files are full of photos.
“We like to take pictures of
the couple with the items they

want,” she says. “It makes for a
fun file.”

BRITTONS
From the rehearsal duds, to
the wedding tuxedo, to the getaway outfit, Brittons is a single
stop for grooms’ wedding clothing.
With 62 years in the menswear business, Brittons has
teamed up with the country’s
largest tuxedo rental company
and another six companies to
provide a large selection of fabrics for custom bow ties.
“What we like to do is get in

CRAFT AND DRAFT
What does a beer store do to
help couples get ready for the
big day? “Well,” says Craft and
Draft co-owner Andrew Johnson, “we get ’em drunk.”
He’s mostly joking, but Johnson, a newlywed himself, says
relaxation is an important ingredient in wedding planning.
Craft and Draft is involved
in several aspects of wedding
planning, from filling bulk orders for receptions to supplying
bridesmaids’ and groomsmen’s
gifts -- growlers, build-your-own
six-packs, T-shirts and more.
And with its location right in

the middle of the wedding district, Johnson says couples
can stop by while they do their
shopping. Can’t decide on a
dress? Need to mull over those
bow ties? “We give (couples) a
place to take a break,” Johnson
says.

HOFP GALLERY
Traditionally, HoFP’s wedding business centered on the
bridal portrait, says owner Alice
Perritt. But adding an upstairs
gallery for art shows in 2003
turned the shop into a venue as
well.
The gallery has hosted weddings, rehearsal dinners and
showers; it’s “plenty big enough
for many weddings, but small
enough to be intimate,” Perritt
says. In addition to the large
gallery, the space has a food
prep area, a lift and an outdoor
terrace.
“We may be Devine Street’s
best-kept secret!” Perritt says.

LONDON AND LACE
BRIDAL BOUTIQUE
London and Lace offers something that was hard to find in Columbia before its opening in November, says owner Lisa Kyzer.

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Pink Sorbet

the groom’s tuxedo early,” says
resident bow tie expert Lucky
Levinson. (Levinson’s YouTube
video, “How to Tie a Bow Tie,”
has had more than 3.1 million
views.) “He can try it on, and
there are no surprises.”
Manager Perry Lancaster
says Brackish Bow Ties are
increasingly popular. The ties
are handmade in South Carolina with hand-selected feathers from pheasants, peacocks,
turkeys and more. Brittons was
the first brick-and-mortar store
to carry them.

She carries upscale wedding
gown brands Atelier, Lazaro
and Alvina Valenta, among others, and while she enjoys walkin customers, she recommends
that brides make an appointment. “That way, I’m completely
focused on you,” she says.
Trends this season include
intricate lace backs, fit-to-flare
silhouettes and “soft, luscious
fabrics,” Kyzer says.
“A lot of girls are getting married a little bit later, so we’re
seeing sleeves coming back,”
she added.

NON(E)SUCH
The
main
business
at
non(e)such is the bridal registry, says manager Margaret Bruton. The store carries fine china,
everydayware, crystal, linens,
glassware and more.
And after 35 years on Devine
Street, Bruton says, her family
is seeing brides whose mothers
also registered at non(e)such.
But registry items might differ a
little across generations.
“We’re seeing a lot more
casual entertaining as opposed
to formal,” she says. While many
brides still register for fine china
(“We’re in the South, and it’s
tradition,” Bruton says), pottery
and dishwasher-safe options
are becoming more popular.
Non(e)such customers don’t
sacrifice convenience for giftgivers by registering at a small
business; the website lets
wedding guests buy online, so
non(e)such has had customers
from all over the country.

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PINK SORBET
Brides’ options are endless
for incorporating Pink Sorbet
finds into their wedding wardrobes.
The largest Lilly Pulitzer signature store in South Carolina
frequently outfits brides for parties, showers and particularly
the honeymoon, but a few years
ago, “we had a Lilly wedding,”
says owner Beth Baxley.
Lilly dresses could also be
perfect as print options for flower girls or for a mother of the
bride attending a destination
wedding. “They’re not the typical mother-of-the-bride dresses,” she says.

non(e)such

Photos special to Carolina Bride

Metallic colors are big this
year, owner Kathryn Dinkins
says, and so are convertible
styles. She pulls out a gold dress
with two panels in the front that
can be tied to alter the neckline
or form a sash. “You can tie it a
hundred different ways.”
And Sash’s prices are competitive, Dinkins says. “I don’t
carry too many lines that are too
outrageous.”

VOW
Kevin Roberts of Vow

POUT
Luxury makeup and skincare
boutique Pout is moving into
its new space (still on Devine
Street) this summer, and brides
will have more options.
Marketing coordinator Susan
Steiner says the new space,
planned with a “beauty-lounge”
feel, features a separate room
for wedding parties and brides
to receive services from expert
makeup artists in relative private. And a wedding skin care
package can be tailored to a
bride’s specific needs, allowing
her to “start perfecting her skin
for her big day” six months in
advance.
Bridal makeup is trending

toward “a natural, fresh face,”
Steiner says. “(Brides) just
really want to bring out their
natural features.”

SASH BRIDESMAID
BOUTIQUE
Unlike
many
weddingcentered boutiques, the bride
isn’t the focus as Sash Bridesmaid Boutique; her attendants
are.
Colorful bridesmaids’ dresses
line the walls, and tiny, sweet
flower girl dresses hang in a
corner beside a jewelry display
that includes the Kate Spade
bridesmaid line. One rack holds
a few little white dresses that
brides use for showers, the rehearsal or the getaway.

When looking for a wedding
officiant, many couples turn to
religious leaders. But options
are fewer for couples from different faith traditions or couples
who aren’t religious.
“That’s where I come in when
these people are in love and
want to get married,” says Kevin
Roberts, founder and principal
at Carolina Wedding Vow. “I
don’t require that my clients believe the same thing I do, nor that
they even disclose the merits of
their spiritual journey to me.”
Roberts offers officiant services, as well as a type of counseling he calls marriage planning,
which helps couples “look at
the emotional, spiritual, financial and practical aspects of being in a relationship” to prepare
for the lifetime after the wedding
day.

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The ceremony
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Jennifer and Calvin Sheppard
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or special destination weddings, a
travel agent can arrange award-winning beachfront resorts, unique ceremony settings, value-added packages, free wedding-planning services and
chic honeymoon suites.
And after the wedding ceremony, you can
immediately begin your honeymoon in the
same special location – no travel or delays as
you begin your life together and start creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Enjoy gourmet meals, elegant surroundings, personalized service, beautiful grounds
with flowers and tropical vegetation, worldclass beaches, a variety of activities, and
romantic surroundings.
And you can revisit
that distinctive place
to celebrate special
anniversaries.

such things as your theme and colors, location
(which could be beachside or in a garden, gazebo
or chapel), table settings, menu, cake, flowers
and music. When the big day comes, resort staffers will handle all the arrangements. You will not
have to act as host and hostess but will be free to
simply enjoy your day.

THE WEDDING
Creating a wedding at
a beautiful resort is easy.
You will have the assistance of a wedding planner to help you choose

NO WORRIES
A traditional wedding can be very expensive. Many resorts include complimentary
weddings when you book the honeymoon,
so all you pay for is the honeymoon. Going to
an all-inclusive resort means that your food,

YOUR GUESTS
Your guests typically stay at the resort for
three days prior to the wedding and then
return home. If they wish to stay longer, the
two of you may move to a nearby resort to
have a private honeymoon. Your guests have
the pleasure of enjoying a mini-vacation at a
beautiful resort with all of the included food,
drinks and activities as they celebrate with
you the beginning of your new life together.
This is a perfect time to enjoy activities and
bond with your family and friends.

drinks and activities are included.
You may want to add some things like a
private oceanside candlelit dinner, a couple’s massage, or a tour off-property, but
other than that, your expenses are paid and
you need not worry about your budget.
Also, the planning process and execution
of a local wedding is more complicated and
stressful than for a destination wedding.
GETTING HELP
A travel agent is your best resource for
selecting your wedding location and guiding
you through travel decisions.
An agent who specializes in destination
weddings and honeymoons will have a
wealth of information, advice and support
to help you every step of the way. Their fees
are paid by the vendors, so their help and
expertise is free to you. Sometimes, they can
even get exclusive offers and amenities.
On the wedding day, the resort staff makes
sure everything goes smoothly, letting you
relax and enjoy your day together.
Eileen Nason, CTC, is a destination wedding
specialist at Travel Leaders of Columbia.

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Monica West and Jerrod Wingard
were married April 19 at Mount Horeb
United Methodist Church in Lexington;
their reception followed at 701 Whaley.
They live in Lexington.
Joshua Aaron Photography

Patty Hallman Photography

Palmetto Duo

Joshua Aaron Photography

Neva Loftis Photography

Hillary Thackston and
Stephen Carlson were
married Oct. 18, 2014 at
the Thackstons’ home
outside of Orangeburg.
The couple live in Texas.

Wedding Album

OPPOSITE PAGE,
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Carrie Taylor and
Jonathan Key were
married May 23 at the
State House; a reception
followed at Capital
City Club. They live in
Lexington.
Megan Catoe and Tyler
McElroy were married
Oct. 25, 2014 at the
Palmetto Collegiate
Institute in Lexington.
Flower girls twirl at the wedding of Lindsey LaRocque and Bradley Randolph on May 16 at
the McCutchen House on the University of South Carolina campus. They live in Columbia.
Calico Photography

Molly Pittenger and Cliff
Nations were married
April 11 at The Farm at
Ridgeway.

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Reception Venues

403 North Lake  403 North Lake Drive, Lexington  historic home with 1.5 acres of English gardens
Contact Marcie Huber or Rodney Huber  info@403northlake.com  403northlake.com  803-808-2992

701 Whaley  701 Whaley St., Columbia  flexible space for large and small events
Contact Tom Chinn  www.701whaley.com  803-771-0101

Agape Conference Center  1622 Main St., Columbia  restored historic conference center
Contact Nanushka Kraus  nkraus@agapesenior.com  www.michaelscafecatering.com  803-528-9556

The Big Apple  1000 Hampton St., Columbia  banquet hall
rentals@historiccolumbia.org  www.historiccolumbia.org  803-252-7742, ext. 11

Ariel’s Special Events Facility  1734 Mobile Ave., West Columbia  banquet hall with on-site catering
info@arielsspecialevents.com  arielsspecialevents.com  803-936-0505

Brookland Baptist  1066 Sunset Blvd., West Columbia
Contact Marnie Robinson or Monique Flowers  www.brooklandbaptist.org  803-744-7909 or 803-744-7927

Buck Ridge Plantation  231 Gundog Trail, Neeses  banquet hall, covered veranda, gazebo, and picturesque lake
Contact Melissa Clarke  www.buckridge.com  803-531-8408

Capital City Club  Capitol Center, 1201 Main St., Columbia  ballroom
Contact Pamela Richards  www.capitalcolumbia.com  803-256-2000

City Art  1224 Lincoln St., Columbia  art gallery
Contact Wendy Wells  www.cityartonline.com  803-252-3613

Clarion Hotel Downtown  1615 Gervais St., Columbia  ballroom and smaller banquet rooms
Contact Stacee Davenport  www.clarionhotelcolumbia.com  803-771-8711

The Club at Rawls Creek  2121 Lake Murray Blvd., Columbia  banquet space and outdoor pavilion
Contact Jessica Duncan  www.golfrawlscreek.com  803-781-0114

Columbia Conference Center  169 Laurelhurst Ave., Columbia  conference center
Contact Martha Reid  www.columbiameetings.com  803-772-9811

Columbia Country Club  135 Columbia Club Drive West, Blythewood  wedding ceremony and reception venue with full-service catering
Contact Heather Lathrop  heather@columbiacountryclub.com  www.columbiacountryclub.com  803-754-8100

Columbia Museum of Art  1515 Main St., Columbia  museum, lobby, atrium, conference room, terrace and exterior patio
Contact Special Events Office  www.columbiamuseum.org  803-343-2212

Corley Mill House and Garden  221 Corley Mill Road, Lexington  home with garden space
Contact Sheila Hall or Stephanie Hall  info@corleymillhouse.com  www.corleymillhouse.com  803-957-1818

Courtyard Columbia Downtown at USC  630 Assembly St., Columbia  banquet space

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Contact events manager  www.marriott.com  803-726-1603

Doubletree by Hilton  2100 Bush River Road, Columbia  elegant event space with a Southern touch
Contact Norine Morris  norine.morris@doubletreesc.com  www.columbiasouthcarolina.doubletree.com  803-744-0141

EdVenture Children’s Museum  211 Gervais St., Columbia  museum, outdoor terrace, galleries
Contact Theresa Dozier  tdozier@edventure.org  www.edventure.org  803-400-1151

Embassy Suites Columbia-Greystone Hotel  200 Stoneridge Drive, Columbia  two ballrooms
Contact Alexa Wegner  alexa.wegner@jqh.com  columbiagreystone.embassysuites.com  803-252-8700

EventUs, LLC  709 Woodrow St., Suite 307, Columbia
Contact Annette Hoover  803-608-2242

A sampling of sites for weddings and receptions near the Midlands
The Farm at Ridgeway  3248 U.S. 21 South, Ridgeway  rustic reception hall with outdoor ceremony venues
thefarmatridgeway21@gmail.com  www.facebook.com/pages/The-Farm-at-Ridgeeway/57371956941

Fort Jackson Officers’ Club  3630 Semmes Road, Columbia  outdoor wedding venues and elegant reception space
Contact Carol Neal  www.fortjacksonmwr.com/o_club  803-782-8761 or 803-751-4906

Fripp Island Resort  2119 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena  indoor/outdoor facilities including screened Creek House and Beach Pavilion
Contact Group Sales Department  www.frippislandresort.com  888-741-8974

Gibson Commons  140 Gibson Road, Suite C, Lexington  ballroom and outdoor gazebo
Contact Amanda Kammer  www.gibsoncommons.com  803-358-7122

Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens  1615 Blanding St., Columbia  mansion and gardens
rentals@historiccolumbia.org  www.historiccolumbia.org  803-252-7742, ext. 11

Hilton Garden Inn  434 Columbiana Drive, Columbia  ballroom
Contact events manager  www.hiltongardeninn.com  803-407-6640

Historic Lace House at the Governor’s Mansion  800 Richland St., Columbia  historic home with garden area
Contact Michelle Langdon  michellelangdon@gov.sc.gov  www.lacehouse.sc.gov  803-737-2235

HoFP Gallery  2828 Devine St., Columbia  art gallery and outdoor terrace
Contact Alice Perritt  info@hofpgallery.com  www.hofpgallery.com  803-799-7405

Inn at USC  1619 Pendleton St., Columbia  elegant boutique hotel on USC’s historic campus
Contact Ashley Foster  www.innatusc.com  803-231-3606

The Lake House at Lake Carolina  100 Lake Carolina Blvd., Columbia  open-air space with screen windows and doors
Contact Julia Burley  jburley@lakecarolina.com  www.columbialakehouse.com  803-461-0915

Leaside  100 E. Exchange Place, Columbia  ballroom, Florida room and secluded patio
Contact Alex Cebry  www.thesouthernway.com  803-783-9136

Lourie Center  1650 Park Circle, Columbia  flexible space in Five Points with two ballrooms and six classrooms
louriecentersc.com  803-779-1971

The Manor at Doko Meadows  100 Alvina Hagood Circle, Blythewood  banquet and reception rooms and a lakeside pergola
www.townofblythewoodsc.gov  803-754-0501

Marriott, Downtown  1200 Hampton St., Columbia  two ballrooms and a tremendous two-story atrium
Contact sales director  www.marriott.com  803-771-7000

McCutchen House  University of South Carolina campus, Columbia  restored home with Horseshoe as backdrop
Contact Carolina Catering  sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/hrsm/for_the_community/mccutchen_house_dining

 803-777-7919

The Medallion Center  7309 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia  banquet space with pavilion, grand ballroom, salons and spacious entry
Contact Brandi Owens  www.medallionconferencecenter.com  803-256-1222

rentals@historiccolumbia.org  www.historiccolumbia.org  803-252-7742, ext. 11

Millstone at Adams Pond  5301 Bluff Road, Columbia  home with tentable areas, covered back porches and dining rooms
Contact Alex Cebry  www.thesouthernway.com  803-783-1061

Mitchell House and Gardens  421 North Lake Drive, Lexington  historic home with covered patio pavilion; full-service facility
Contact Phyllis James  www.mitchellhouseandgardens.com  803-359-5325

Mossy Oaks Farm  2986 S.C. 174, Edisto Island  creekfront pecan plantation
info@mossy-oaks.com  www.mossy-oaks.com  803-414-2898

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Robert Mills House and Gardens  1616 Blanding St., Columbia  house and park

Orangeburg Country Club  2745 Griffith Drive, Orangeburg  grand ballroom, banquet facilities and scenic ceremony options
Contact Lauren Gray  www.orangeburgcc.com  803-531-9673

Palmetto Collegiate Institute and Leonard L. Price Gardens  104 Hendrix St., Lexington  renovated school and gardens
Contact Jennifer Dowden  www.lexsc.com  803-356-8238

Pine Island Club  331 Pine Island Road, Columbia  reception hall on Lake Murray
803-781-6491

River Center at Saluda Shoals Park  5605 Bush River Road, Columbia  park area, conference center and wedding gazebo
Contact Jennifer Cantey (River Center) or Angie Senn (outdoor space)  www.icrc.net  803-731-5208

The River Road & Jasmine Houses and Gardens  2204 North Lake Drive, Columbia  homes with garden space
Contact Sarah Christmus or Elizabeth Christmus  www.riverroadjasmine.net  803-315-4953 or 803-781-3315

Riverbanks Zoo and Gardens  500 Wildlife Parkway, Columbia  botanical gardens, unique animal houses, Magnolia Room, Ndoki Lodge
planyourevent@riverbanks.org

 www.riverbanks.org/planyourevent  803-602-0900

Seawell’s  1125 Rosewood Drive, Columbia  banquet hall
Contact Cal Seawell  www.seawellscateringsc.com  803-771-7385

Seibels House and Garden  1601 Richland St., Columbia  house and garden
rentals@historiccolumbia.org  www.historiccolumbia.org  803-252-7742, ext. 11

Senate’s End  316 Senate St., Columbia  hall, manor house, reception area and garden in unique Vista location on the Congaree River
info@duprecatering.com  duprecatering.com  803-748-4144

South Carolina State House  1100 Gervais St., Columbia  grounds, gardens, steps and rotunda
Contact State House events coordinator  scstatehouseevents@gs.sc.gov  803-737-3880

South Carolina State Museum  301 Gervais St., Columbia  lobbies, mezzanine, vista room, Palmetto Gallery, Congaree Room
Contact Margaret Farish  facilityrental@scmuseum.org  www.museum.state.sc.us  803-898-4901

Spring Valley Country Club  300 Spring Valley Road, Columbia  country club and reception venue
Contact Rhonda Schock Stone  rhonda@springvalleycc.com  www.springvalleycc.com  803-788-3080

Springdale House and Gardens  3150 Platt Springs Road, West Columbia  house and garden pavilion
Contact Kathy Wright  facebook.com/pages/The-Historic-Springdale-House-and-Gardens/246450802864  803-794-5557

Stone River  121 Alexander Road, West Columbia  event venue, wedding planning
Contact Patti Ginther or Lindsay Colvin  facebook.com/StoneRiverColumbia  803-727-8047

T&S Farm  3500 Pond Branch Road, Leesville  banquet hall with beautiful grounds

Contact Sherrie Shealy  slshealy@gmail.com  tsfarmweddings.blogspot.com  803-532-8135, ext. 213

Wavering Place Plantation  427 Adams Hayne Road, Eastover  house and gardens
info@waveringplaceplantation.com  waveringplaceplantation.com  803-269-7761

The Windermere Club  1101 Longtown Road East, Blythewood  ballroom and patio on golf course

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Contact Bill Chandler  www.windermereclubsc.com  803-786-6088

Wintergreen Woods  1032 Corley Mill Road, Lexington  reception hall, covered veranda and two courtyards
Contact Casey Covell or Dixie Covell  www.wintergreenwoods.com  803-957-8888

Woodlands Country Club  100 Norse Way, Columbia  private dining rooms and banquet space
Contact Derrick Owens  www.woodlandscc.com  803-602-0253

Woodrow Wilson Family Home  1705 Hampton St., Columbia  house and garden
rentals@historiccolumbia.org  www.historiccolumbia.org  803-252-7742, ext. 11

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ATTIRE

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CATERING

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REGISTRY

VENUES

RENTALS

A step beyond your expectations...

• Weddings
• Rehearsal Dinners
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• Catering Services
• Lodging
• Receptions

231 Gundog Trail • Neeses, SC 29107
Phone: (803) 531-8408 • Toll-free: (866) 869-4868
www.buckridge.com

SPAS/MAKEUP ARTISTS

Voted Hilton Head’s
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The Village at Wexford
843-785-3075
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Celebrate with us!

Enjoy a panoramic view atop the tallest
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• Great food that’s upscale,
inviting and contemporary!
• Great service that’s friendly, knowledgeable
and professional!
• Wedding Rehearsals, Receptions,
Corporate Events
• Covered parking in attached city garage.
• Conveniently located near four hotels
• Experienced Wedding Event Staff
• Packages available to make your planning easy
• Indoor or outdoor ceremony accommodations
Contact our Private Events Director for more information.

803.256.2000

www.capitalcolumbia.com
1201 Main Street, 25th Floor
Columbia, SC 29201

FULL SERVICE
BRIDAL MAKEUP
Including Airbush Makeup

Our professional artists capture your
personal style and enhance your natural
beauty on your most special day.

2738 Devine Street, Columbia, SC
803.254.5051 | www.shoppout.com

• Weddings
• Galas
• Banquets

• Proms
• Fundraisers
• Graduations • Reunions
• Parties
• Bar & Bat Mitzvahs
www.columbiameetings.com

169 Laurelhurst Avenue, Columbia, SC 29210 • (803) 772-9811
Off Fernandina between St. Andrews & Piney Grove Roads at 1-20 & 1-26

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TRANSPORTATION

COLUMBIA CARRIAGE WORKS

Weddings • Parties • Formal & Special Events
803-227-3833

www.ColumbiaCarriageWorks.com • ColumbiaCarriage@aol.com

200 Stoneridge Dr.,
Columbia, SC 29210
803-252-8700 / 800.EMBASSY
www.embassysuites.com

VENUES, continued
CEREMONIES | REHEARSAL DINNERS | RECEPTIONS | BRIDAL SHOWERS

Our services and amenities
will make your day unique
and unforgettable.
2745 Griffith Drive
Orangeburg, SC 29118
(803) 534-5988
www.orangeburgcc.com

Closest beaCh to historiC Charleston,
south Carolina
www.follybeachsouthcarolina.org

Fripp Island
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Unique indoor,
outdoor and garden
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1-866-522-4399
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VENUES, continued

316 Senate Street, Columbia
(803) 748-4144 • duprecatering.com

Affordable • Versatile • Elegant

SPRING VALLEY
COUNTRY CLUB

Discover the Lourie Center
In downtown Columbia
For your next event.

We believe it’s the details that make
the difference.

803-788-3080 x103
300 Spring Valley Road
Columbia, SC 29223
www.springvalleycc.com
Contact: Rhonda Stone

For more information, call 803-779-1971
or visit www.louriecentersc.com
1650 Park Circle • Columbia SC • 29201

Clubhouse Manager/Special Events Coordinator

Weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners,
photo shoots, corporate events, reunions,
and special events are all welcome!

2986 Highway 174 • Edisto Island, S.C. 29438
803.414.2898 • dhyatt@bellsouth.net
edistoislandweddings.com

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FAR LEFT: Dendy
Steddenbenz and Brewer
Eberly were married
Feb. 20 at TenEleven
Galleria in Camden.

Landon Jacob

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LEFT: Kristin Rushton and
Hunter Price were married
Jan. 26 at Saluda Baptist
Church in Saluda. A reception followed at T&S Farm
in Leesville.

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• 8 inches by 10
inches
• 4 photos
• 7.75 inches copy

Lola Dee Photography
Joshua Aaron Photography

Joshua Aaron Photography

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AT TOP: Laura Lievense and Kevin Ross were
married April 25 at Stone River in West
Columbia. They live in West Columbia.
ABOVE and ABOVE RIGHT: Jade Grant and
Matt Mayer were married June 28, 2014 at Zion
Lutheran Church in Lexington. A reception
followed at the Lace House.
BELOW RIGHT: Scarlet Lutz and Mike
Kasperbauer were married May 16 at Mossy
Oaks Farm on Edisto Island. They live in Chapin.
Patty Hallman
Photography

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• Great food that’s upscale,
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• Wedding Rehearsals,
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Your wedding will
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Whether for your reception or wedding ceremony,
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period trees, such as large magnolias, crepe myrtles
and dogwoods, the grounds also feature a variety
of colorful plants that complement the stately 19th
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Make your wedding even more memorable at South
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can accommodate up to 250 people and there’s a prep
kitchen on site.

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