Christen & Jason {Private Residence}

Christen & Jason {Private Residence}

By | July 02, 2014

As soon as we laid eyes on Liz Duren’s beautiful  images of this personal wedding, we were smitten. After a beautiful ceremony downtown at Bethel Methodist Church, Christen and Jason met their guests at the bride’s grandfather’s Lowcountry home along the Ashley River and enjoyed the chicest of backyard celebrations designed by A Charleston Bride. Bistro lights hung above a series of chic tented food stations and sea of open-air dining tables dressed with silver chivari chairs and lush cream blooms in spades. Our favorite design element, however, had to be the incredible floral hedge of cream hydrangea and gold foliage that lined the front of the stage—talk about drama!

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Photographer: Liz Duren | Planning & Design: A Charleston Bride | Catering: Hamby

Flowers: A Charleston Bride  | Rentals: Snyder | Band: Plane Jane | Gowns: White on DI

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A Charleston Bride | Snyder | White on DI | Hamby

 

 

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Comments
  • liz duren
    Posted at 06:50h, 09 July Reply

    OH, I am so happy to see this on your site. Such a wonderful wedding and such a BEAUTIFUL couple inside and out!!!

  • Jordan
    Posted at 07:16h, 10 July Reply

    Such a beautiful bride! I love the dress!! Is It two Dresses – or does the full skirt come off to a sleeker body?

    flawless overall.

    Best –

  • liz duren
    Posted at 08:21h, 11 July Reply

    It was two dresses, Jordan!

  • PUBLISHED! » Liz Duren Photography
    Posted at 07:29h, 29 July Reply

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