Sara & Gregg {The Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Plantation}

Sara & Gregg {The Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Plantation}

By | January 29, 2014

It’s been a week of creative (and ambitious) couples, and Sara and Gregg are no exception. As co-owners of Charleston-based Limelight Sign Co., the bride and groom worked side by side to create their custom invitations, signage, favors, and yes, even the 20 handmade twine lanterns you see suspended from the ceiling of their reception at The Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Plantation. While Sara says the wedding was about 70 percent DIY (her uncle arranged the smaller table florals, for instance), she teamed with Ooh! Events for rentals, large-scale florals, and ultimately, to coordinate on the Big Day. You can tell by the gorgeous images by Tim Will Photography that Sara was right when she says, “People loved our wedding because it was so ‘us.’”

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Photographer: Tim Will Photography | Event Planner: Ooh! Events | Caterer: Lowcountry Eats

Venue: The Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Plantation | Flowers: Ooh! Events and Charleston Flower Market

Bakers: WildFlour Pastry & Village Bakery | Gown: Venus from Condon’s Bridal Boutique

Bride’s Hair Accessory: Out of Hand | Hair and Makeup: Stella Nova | Musicians: The V-Tones

Linens and Rentals: Ooh! Events and Snyder | Bar Service: Spike by Snyder | Groom: Brooks Brothers

DJ: DJ Cassidy and the Kid | Food Truck: Roti Rolls | Getaway Car: Charleston Black Cab

Signage & Stationary: Limelight Custom Sign Co.

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Ooh! Events | Lowcountry Eats | WildFlour Pastry | Snyder | Spike by Snyder 

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Comments
  • Emily
    Posted at 11:53h, 29 January Reply

    So Beautiful! Where did you get the chocolate covered pretzels/Bags from? I love that as a favor idea.

  • sara
    Posted at 11:59h, 31 January Reply

    Hi Emily! Thank you for the kind words! We purchased the pretzels from Coastal cupboard in Mt. Pleasant. The bags were purchased on etsy. We then personalized them with a custom-made rubber stamp we purchased online at simon stamps. Hope that helps!

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