A South Carolina Outdoor Wedding

This stunning outdoor South Carolina wedding submitted by Reese Moore Weddings is exactly what you envision when you think of an intimate and warm southern soiree. I especially love the gorgeous ruffles that are carried throughout, from the beautiful bride’s gown to the amazing wedding cake.

PARTY RECAP {As told by Reese}:  The bride {who wore a stunning full gown and beautiful bejeweled turquoise pumps} and groom said “I do” under live oaks draped with Spanish moss, and their guests enjoyed a cocktail hour under an ancient tree while the two took sunset photos overlooking the marsh. They made their entrance into a reception marked by pewter glasses, vases, and pink and white floral arrangements, and their friends danced the night away before cheering the couple off on their sparkler departure!

 

Vendor Credits:

Photographer: Reese Moore Weddings | Caterer:  Crazy Dutchman Catering | Event Planner:  elle courtney events | Floral Designer:  Pretty Petals of Charleston | Dress Store:  The Gown Boutique of Charleston | Makeup Artist:  Charleston events hair and makeup | Event Venue:  Runnymede Plantation

 

 

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An Elegant California Soiree {Part 2}

Here’s Part 2 of one of the most glamourous weddings we’ve seen here at AGP. With the breathtaking St. Regis Resort Monarch Beach as the reception venue, it’s no wonder why every single photograph looks like a postcard. Many thanks to Pickerell Creative for submitting this spectacularly chic event!

Vendor Credits:

Photography: Pickerell Creative | Event Design: Behind the Scene | Venue: St. Regis Resort Monarch Beach

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An Elegant California Soiree {Part 1}

This absolutely stunning California wedding submitted by Pickerell Creative Photography is one of those events that leaves me speechless {well, almost}! The gorgeous red roses perfectly set in a scroll design down the aisle and the jaw-dropping setting were just a few of the incredible details that make this event one of the most beautiful I have seen. I tend to think that there’s never such thing as a perfect wedding, but after seeing this one, I have to go back to that good old saying, “Never say never!”

PARTY RECAP {As told by the bride}: We wanted the look of our wedding to be chic and formal…so we chose red roses with both vintage and modern elements. These flowers symbolize the deep bond and rich love that Benny and I share, and they’re also special because Benny gave me red roses when we got engaged. Sky Events and Production did a beautiful job executing our vision with gorgeously imperfect bouquets and a custom rose petal scroll design for the aisle. We also tied in the red color with red velvet wedding cake, which our baker, St Regis, designed to resemble my Kenneth Pool gown. The other colors involved (silver, white, and black) provided a sense of glamour, elegance, and modernity. They also served as compliments to the striking red florals. I chose black for the bridesmaids’ dresses because it’s formal and flatters every figure. Amsale was the perfect designer since I wanted each dress to have a different neckline, as to reflect each bridesmaid’s unique style. The vintage vines design, which was incorporated in our save-the-dates, invitations, place card frames/favors, table number frames, and programs, was our way of visually connecting the past to the present, the traditional with the modern. For example, while we had a rather traditional Christian ceremony, we chose contemporary music for the processional and recessional. The vines also served as a reminder for us to depend on God in our marriage, as it says in John 15, “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in Me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from Me you can do nothing.”

Vendor Credits:

Photography: Pickerell Creative Photography | Event Design: Behind the Scene | Venue: St. Regis Resort Monarch Beach

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A Magnificent Michigan Soiree

The word stunning just doesn’t seem to do enough justice to the incredible surroundings of this beautiful Michigan wedding submitted by Wren Photography. Nestled in the woods near the shores of Lake Superior, the reception venue was located in the Marquette Regional History Center. The gorgeous bride and groom managed to sneak away for a little while to take these amazing photos that are simply breathtaking.

PARTY RECAP {As told by Wren Photography}: The bride began the day by getting ready at the dress shop that she purchased her wedding gown from. They had a Catholic ceremony in a gorgeous lit church, filled with sound from the live 4 piece string quartet. Afterwards the newlyweds brought their wedding party to a private home on the shores of Lake Superior for portraits and a few cocktails. The happy couple later separated from the group to go into the woods near the reception location for some private portraits–that turned out to be some of our favorite photos ever. Later at the reception hall they dined on cuban inspired food and danced the night away to sounds from Lake Effect Entertainment. They decorated the hall with wild flowers and succulent from Garden Bouquet. It truly was a gorgeous celebration of a great couple coming together.

Vendor Credits:

Photography: Wren Photography | Floral Design: Garden Bouquet | Reception Venue: Marquette Regional History Center | Cake Design: Joe’s Cakes

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A Southern Summer Wedding

This dreamy rustic wedding submitted by Reese Moore Weddings has such warmth and simplicity to it. I only wish that I was one of the lucky guests who got to take a bag full of those scrumptious looking peaches…and don’t even get me started on that delectable buffet full of southern comfort food like mac’n’cheese and buttermilk biscuits! From the scenery to the sparklers, this summer fete was pure loveliness.

PARTY RECAP {As told by Reese}: Darling couple Jenny and David did a stylish, authentic Lowcountry fete for their summer nuptials. The bride and groom welcomed guests to their reception with fresh peaches from a burlap and wicker basket and the lively sounds of adored Charleston musicians The Plantation Singers, and their friends and family drank cocktails from Mason jars while playing corn hole (with bean bags embroidered with the bride and groom’s names!) on the lawn of the scenic Creek Club. As the sun set over the marsh, hanging lanterns glowed under the live oak trees and candles nestled in coffee beans let off a fragrant aroma. After a delicious dinner of authentic Southern barbecue, mac ‘n cheese, sweet buttermilk cornbread, and blue cheese coleslaw (all denoted on little blackboards), Jenny and David hit the dance floor to party it up before their sparkler departure… which ended with the couple waving to their friends from their get-away boat!

Vendor Credits:

Photography: Reese Moore Weddings | Hair Stylist: Stella Nova | Reception Venue & Caterer: The Creek Club at I’on | Cake Design: Amelia Claire’s Sweets and Treats

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