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Cherie + Steven: Outdoor Southern Historical Plantation Wedding by Elizabeth Davis Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photo by Elizabeth Davis Photography; Venue: Pebble Hill Plantation; Flowers: Singletary’s Flowers; Gown: David’s Bridal; Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse; Rentals: Andrew Tent Co.

Cherie and Steven were married at Pebble Hill Plantation in Thomasville, Ga. on October 26. The bride stunned in a strapless gown accented with silver beading. She wore her hair in a chignon bun and carried a bouquet of blush and ivory roses decorated with crystals. Her ‘maids donned flowy strapless gray dresses and carried bouquets of ivory roses, lamb’s ear, and silver fern. The groom opted for a black and silver three-piece suit, while his men wore gray three-piece suits that matched the bridesmaids dresses.  The bride arrived to the ceremony with her father on a horse-drawn carriage. The pair exchanged vows on the lawn of the plantation in front of a green and white floral arch. Guests were seated in white folding chairs that were marked with white hydrangeas, seeded eucalyptus, and silver fern. After the knot was tied, the newlyweds took a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride around the plantation. A reception followed outside under an array of oak trees decorated with twinkling lights. Guests were escorted to round tables boasting white linens with a silver swirly pattern and white branch centerpieces. The bride and groom had their first dance on the black-and-white checkered dance floor, and cut a classic white tiered cake. Guests also indulged in truffles, cupcakes, and tarts. They were given small silver bags to fill up with pecans as a favor. At the end of the night, everyone participated in a Latin tradition called “The Crazy Hour,” in which the bride and groom encouraged their guests to dance with them in crazy costumes. See the full board here.

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Kelly + Shaun: A Shabby Chic Pink Spring South Carolina Plantation Wedding By Aaron Nicholas Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Aaron Nicholas PhotographyEvent Planner: Margaret McKenzie;Venue: Old Wide Awake PlantationDress Designer: Watters from April RoseGroom’s Attire: Jos. A. BankShoes: Something Bleu from BHLDNFloral Designer: Charleston BloomsBridesmaid Dresses: Mori Lee from Bridals by JodiCeremony and Reception Musician: EPIC CharlestonOfficiant: Kendal BuckendahlCaterer: Cru CateringRentals: All OccasionsCake: Cakes by Kait

 Kelly and Shaun were married at Old Wide Awake Plantation in Hollywood, S.C. on April 13. “With me being from Connecticut and Shaun being from Kentucky, we decided to get married in Charleston because that was where we met and lived throughout our entire relationship,” Kelly said. “It was also a good neutral location for both our families and many of our friends.” The bride wore a strapless a-line wedding gown, accessorized with statement earrings and bracelet, while the groom wore a tan suit, accessorized with a bow tie. Bridesmaids wore long pink chiffon dresses and carried bouquets of roses, hydrangeas, and baby’s breath. “I knew that I wanted the quintessential Southern wedding,” she said. “I knew that I wanted blush, ivory, and gold. I knew I wanted sprawling lawns, wraparound porches, mason jars, a fire pit, and dancing under the stars. OWA was the perfect venue, and I don’t think I could have asked for anything more.” Guests were greeted with a wooden sign post that said, “1st kiss and 1st dance,” and encouraged to sit wherever they liked. “It was a perfect, sunny spring day at about 78 degrees,” Kelly said. “We could not have asked for a better day.” Cocktail hour began with spiked sweet tea made with Firefly Vodka, of course! Reception tables were decorated with white linens, mini glass vase and vessel centerpieces, and mercury glass votive candles. “If I had to name a few words that I had in mind while planning our wedding, I would say that romantic and Southern topped the list,” she said. “I would say that shabby chic, flowy, breezy, vintage, and rustic also played a part.” The newlyweds performed their first dance to Ray LaMontagne’s “You Are The Best Thing,” and ended the night with a sparkler send-off. Then, it was off to Hawaii! See the full board here.

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Elizabeth + Timmy: A DIY Turquoise, Red, And Yellow Fall Alabama Plantation Wedding By Freshly Bold Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Freshly Bold PhotographyVideo: Josiah HolmesVenue: Historic Malbis PlantationEvent Planner: Chelsea Crawford; Dress Designer: David’s BridalHair Stylist: Tiffany Burks; Makeup Artist: Danene Bottiaux; Groom’s Attire: Men’s WearhouseFloral Designer: Belle Bouquet FloristRentals: Blue RentsOfficiant: Trent Massey; Ceremony Musicians: Kevin Smith & Luke Tyson; DJ: Boogie Nights DJCake: Cakes by Judi

Elizabeth and Timmy were married at Historic Malbis Plantation in Daphne, Ala. on November 30. “As a wedding photographer for the past three years, I wanted something unique and different, something I had never seen before in person,” Elizabeth said. “I had a little help from Pinterest and Etsy, and it took many hours slaving over DIY projects and many sleepless nights getting it all done, but I could have not asked for a better wedding once I saw everything together.” The bride wore a ruffled one-shoulder satin a-line wedding gown, accessorized with a sideswept braided updo and chunky, chandelier earrings, while the groom wore a dark gray vest and pants, accessorized with solid ties and Converse tennis shoes. She carried a bouquet of Before the ceremony, the couple exchanged love letters and gifts. Elizabeth wrote on a brown paper bag, “Timmy, I have loved you for 824 days but today will be the best day ever. Love, your fiance.” “The weather was perfect,” she said. “I was so nervous it would be way too cold or rainy, and it was 69-70 degrees and sunny.” Fun fact: It took place during the Iron Bowl. “We walked back up the aisle to the Alabama fight song, since Timmy and the groomsmen are huge football fans,” Elizabeth said. Guests were encouraged to update their statuses, tweets, or Instagram photos with the hashtag #goldmanwedding. The signature cocktail? Mountain dew! “I knew that a wide array of florals would make a gorgeous setup surrounded by mason jars and bottles of different sizes and candles galore,” she said. “It was truly beautiful! I incorporated a ton of cameras I found either on Ebay or local antique stores to showcase my love for photography.” The newlyweds performed their first dance to John Legend’s “All of Me,” and then sat down at a sweetheart table with a fabric streamers backdrop and crystal chandelier from above. The three-tiered buttercream frosted cake was topped with a bunting banner with hearts and in addition, there was groom’s cake featuring Big ‘Al. See the full board here.

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Tiffany and Phil: Romantic Pink and Gray South Carolina Plantation Wedding By Richard Ellis Photography
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Richard Ellis Photography

Tiffany and Phil’s romantic wedding at Magnolia Plantation & Gardens in Charleston, S.C. was pretty in pink (and gray). Guests were greeted with signature Arnold Palmer cocktails and ceremony programs that doubled as fans against the heat that hot summer afternoon. Rose petals were scattered across the aisle as Tiffany walked down in her Enzoani mermaid wedding gown complete with a peony bouquet to the ribbon streamers backdrop where Phil stood. From country benches to farm tables, the reception decor was stunning. Glass orbs filled with candles hung from the ceiling and mercury glass pillars and low vases filled with hydrangeas served as centerpieces. The room was glowing! And even the bride and groom during their first dance to “Home” by Phillip Phillips. Not to mention that favors that were sweet as can “bee.” See the full board here.

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