There is a good chance this next wedding was one of your favorites of 2009 too… these gorgeous images by A Bryan Photo graced the pages of Martha Stewart Weddings this fall so it’s no surprise that we’re bringing it back to share with you before we head into 2010.
From LBB research colleague, Betsy…
When Abby asked us to choose a favorite wedding to be featured on SMP I was pleased as punch and after scouring my internet archives and bookmarked websites and events, I knew I had to pick Caroline and Keating’s wedding. Featured on Martha Stewart Weddings online and the fall issue of their magazine, this wedding is everything I love, it’s elegant without being stuffy and it’s full of family and sweet southern charm!
Caroline and Keating were married Thanksgiving weekend 2008 in Charleston, SC and their gratitude for each other and their friends and family was evident in all the little details. The color scheme was navy and white, so preppy, and a classic combination that really transcends any season.
Caroline’s gorgeous bridesmaids were dressed in white frocks from Thread, making for a stunning wedding party, in a color usually reserved only for the bride. But my hands down favorite, swoon-worthy thing about this wedding is the setting and the lighting–yes the lighting. Married at a historic 18th century estate, every venue was bathed in romantic candlelight using votives, lanterns and lovely chandeliers adorned with magnolias and greenery. Calder Clark at Blue Moon Events created a Thanksgiving wedding that was truly intimate and made every one feel at home, no matter where they were from.
Vendor credits: Photography, Bryan Johnson and Caleb Chancey for A Bryan Photo / Event Planning, Calder Clark at Blue Moon Events / Bride’s Gown Monique Lhuillier / Accessories, Capelet, J. Mendel; earrings, Graff / Bridesmaids’ dresses Thread / Hair, Kristy Olson of Landis Salon / Makeup, Kate Lee with Magnet Agency Music, Anita, East Coast Entertainment / Rentals, Snyder Event Rentals / Transportation, Absolutely Charleston
What was your favorite wedding of 2009?