Charleston Weddings Tag

Molly and Chris’s colleagues at J.P. Morgan in New York had a feeling the two were perfect for each other and tried for months to set them up. When they finally met up at an event? Cue: magic. Over the following two weeks, Molly and...

Maggie and Mike’s story puts a whole new spin on bro-mance. It all started in Chicago when her boss, who was dating a fellow named Eric, wanted to set Maggie up with her boyfriend’s younger brother. Soon M&M met up in a bar and inevitably,...

Back in high school, Brian stood at the top of his football field’s bleachers and screamed into a megaphone while holding a 10- foot sign. All in the hopes that this cute cheerleader named Lindsey would be his homecoming date (she said yes, of course)....

You know about “designated travel companions,” right? It’s when someone who works for an airline gets to pick a “buddy” who can travel at the same nominal fees (we’re talking taxes and regulatory fees alone) that the employee enjoys. Perk city. So when Gina, who...

After connecting on Tinder (both are adamant that they were each on it for a short, short while) Charleston residents Arlene and Andrew met at a local café where she says she knew she was in trouble—the good kind—as soon as she saw him in...

The Wedding Row: How did you and Jason meet? Lacey: We met at work and I had no interest in him at first. I had affectionately called him "Eyebrow Man" given the thick, bushy unibrow situation he had going on at the time. We were good...

The sparks flew for Cole and Nick one fateful night at a mutual friend’s New Year’s Eve party. Truth be told, both admit to not wanting to attend the festivities, but the two tell us that when they look back now, they realize it was...

We’ve rounded up our five most-liked Instagram posts from last month to give you a little extra inspo. With furry friends, getaway cars gorg enough for a big-screen exit, and a sweet moment with a bride’s grandmother, there’s a little something for everyone and every...

There’s just something so magical about outdoor weddings in Charleston—the ancient oak trees, the alluring Spanish moss, and those salty breezes that pull the taste of the ocean ashore. So it goes on James Island at McLeod Plantation, where Katherine and Matthew tied the knot...