The Top Five Most-Liked Instagram Photos from May

The Top Five Most-Liked Instagram Photos from May

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 emotion. Will your photo make next month’s roundup? Tag us (@charlestonweddings) in your Big Day posts for a chance to be on our feed!

Now, we think Lenore looks like a real-life princess with her grandma “G” looking the part of royal maid of honor. Click here to see more, including the wedding parade through Charleston, complete with G’s own special set of decorated wheels. /Design + Florals Gathering Events / Venue First Scots Presbyterian Church / Bride’s gown Buckhead Bridals / Photography Virgil Bunao


That feeling when mom and dad make it official. Click here for more of me and my humans’ Big Day. / Planning + Design Mac and B. / Venue Patrick Properties Hospitality Group with Lowndes Grove Plantation / Florals Out Of The Garden / Photography Aaron and Jillian


Yes, these dreamy flowers from Branch Studio were one of Jennifer’s favorite memories from her wedding to Michael. But the best? When she and her groom took a moment to themselves on the piazza of Lowndes Grove Plantation to watch their guests through the windows and then practice their first dance together. Aww. Melty. / Wedding Coordination + Design Elm Events / Florals Branch Studio / Venue Patrick Properties Hospitality Group with Lowndes Grove Plantation / Photography Aaron and Jillian


If life were a Bond movie, these wheels would definitely be cast as the gorgeous getaway car, and Emily and Todd would be peeling out, heading for paradise. Oh wait, they ARE headed to paradise–a la their honeymoon! Click here to check out more details that are sure to steal your heart. / Planning + Design Kristin Newman Designs / Florals Gathering Events / Transportation Charleston Style Limo / Photography Nancy Ray


Now THAT’S what we call a focal point. A living, glowing chandelier like this transforms a tent into a reception hall. Gorgeous! / Planning + Design Luke Wilson Events / Lighting Technical Event Company / Florals Branch Studio / Venue Runnymede Plantation / Cake ABCD Cakes / Photography Jenna Marie Weddings

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