01 Nov October’s Top 5 Most Liked Images on Instagram
Halloween is over, so no tricks here, just treats! From showstopping wedding gowns to an inspirational storybook love story, we’ve rounded up our top five Instagram posts from October. Follow @charlestonweddings to keep up with all the happenings the Lowcountry has for brides-to-be.
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We like big bows and we cannot lie! Bride Molly confesses she’s been obsessed with bows her entire life, and has worn them on dresses for her confirmation, her prom, and now her wedding. Click here to read all about Molly and Logan’s Big Day at Hibernian Hall. / coordination Kerrie Schmidt of The Mills House Hotel / florals Branch Design Studio / dress Robert Bullock Bride from Bridal House of Charleston / tux BP Skinners Clothiers / image Virgil Bunao
Meet Kaitlin and Allan, a couple whose love story is definitely one for the books. A few years ago, Allan suffered a traumatic brain injury, fell into a weeks-long coma, and was given barely a 20 percent chance of survival. Not only did he survive but he learned *everything* all over again, including walking. His biggest goal? Making it unassisted down the aisle to marry Kaitlin. Click here to read their full story and to see more photos like these from their engagement session. (Oh, and that parking deck? It’s where Kaitlin parked every time she came to sit with him at MUSC hospital. Oh, and did we mention he now works at the place where he did rehab? Seriously. These two.) images by Caroline Ro
Grab a drink and take a seat! We’ll certainly toast to these calligraphed escort card cocktails. / venue + catering The Gadsden House / florals Branch Design Studio / calligraphy Hatch Cove Designs / images Simply Sarah Photography
We *all* love “Lucy” here in Charleston. This so-named 1950s Crown Supercoach carries up to 50 guests and gave Pawel and Kiernan and their wedding party a stylish lift to their festivities. Click here to see their Big Day. / planning + design Cruz Coordination / bus Lowcountry Valet & Shuttle Co. / images Olivia Griffin Photography
How’s this for a clever switch-up? Instead of more typical multi-hued floral arrangements displayed in neutral vessels, SYG Designs let blue and white porcelain chinoiserie add color to Kristian and Mallory’s wedding rife with all-white blooms. / planning + design Sweetgrass Social / venue Lowndes Grove Plantation / florals SYG Designs / images Aaron and Jillian