Scott and Robert, both school teachers, had such an amazing… filled with detail…. and love… wedding on September 25th. 21 Main at the North Beach Plantation was filled with roughly 160 people that just adored these two. When the M.C. passed the microphone around the room, several people had beautiful stories of friendship from the two grooms. Scott and Robert have been a couple for over 18 years, it was great that they finally are able to celebrate in such a way, surrounded by such close family and friends. Robert and Scott, mostly Robert I believe, did all the decorating, including all the grass on the tables. The place looked amazing. And that band…. wow, unbelievable. Special Blend.. Be sure to check them out. Here are the photos to tell the story of the night.
I did one of my very first photo shoots with Ali on the beach….. I need to dig harder through old cd’s to find those but I did find a shoot from when she was about 8 or 9. She is such a well rounded senior in high school now with such a bright future ahead of her. Here are a few of my favorites from her Senior Portrait Session. -kip
Wachesaw Plantation has always been one of my favorite places for a wedding in the Grand Strand area. The backdrop for a ceremony is so beautiful and the reception hall is perfect for a guest count of all sizes. The flowers from Greenskeeper Florist were just perfect and Keely’s dress was stunning and so unique. The Dj kept the dance floor packed til we had to leave for the rose petal exit. We had such a nice time meeting everyone, so here are some of our favorites from the night. -Kip and Crystal
Krista and Sterling traveled from Boone, North Carolina to Charleston for their big day. The intimate ceremony was down at the Battery in Charleston, followed by a private dinner at the hotel. The Grand Bohemian Hotel was pretty unique, with amazing artwork around every corner. Greenskeeper Florist provided flowers for the occasion. Here are some of our favorites from the day.
Becca and George opted for a small beach wedding with just a few of their friends and close family. They had beautiful flowers from The Greenskeeper Florist in Pawleys Island and the good and cake was from Pawleys Island Bakery. They were super laid back and a fun group. Best of luck to you all. – Kip