Real Wedding: Emily & Daniel

Posted September 18, 2013
Emily & Daniel

Emily and Daniel designed a picture-perfect July 4th holiday weekend wedding. The bride chose a beautiful bouquet with peonies, dusty miller plant, queen anne’s lace and fresh hypericum berries. The stems were bound with lace and she affixed pictures of her loved ones that could not be present for the wedding. This bride has a vintage flair which is evident when you see her monogrammed handkerchief, small lacy clutch, and of course the ever so classic pearls.

The ceremony, at First Presbyterian Church, proved to be an unforgettable one. Trio 864 serenaded the stunning bride as she floated down the aisle in her fitted dress with embellishments along the bottom, joining her smiling groom. As the couple tied the knot, love and happiness enveloped the guests.

Everyone made their way over to the welcoming Certus Loft at the Huguenot Mill, filled with the aroma of dinner provided by Good Life Catering (take a look at another wedding they catered with us here) and personal touches from the bride and groom. The guests grabbed a mason jar with a gray and white striped straw and poured themselves tea, lemonade and water from one of the pieces provided by A Darling Day (who furnished the Loft with vintage couches and dressers such as the vivian). The guests had a blast posing with mustaches, lips, and glasses for the guestbook. To say they treated their guests is an understatement!

Family and friends of this bride and groom had a smorgasbord of sweets from which to choose such as cakes and pies from Brick Street CafĂ© (see another wedding we’ve worked on together here), Coffee to a Tea (for the gluten-free folks), Publix and Krispy Kreme.

You can see in the photos below the guests really loved dancing to the Dick Goodwin Band. They entertained those in attendance, singing a blend of classics. You can see the happiness on their faces as they moved and grooved.

Chris Isham Photography caught all these special moments on camera including the sparkler send off, which lit up the sky, serving as the perfect ending to a July 4th weekend wedding.