Wondrous Live Oaks and Spanish Moss at Boone Hall

Taylor and CJ’s October wedding conjured magical enchantment among famous 270-year-old giant live oaks swathed with deep green Spanish moss. Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens set a breathtaking natural backdrop, accentuating the couple’s earthy palette of fern, crimson and festive champagne gold.
Charleston wedding planners Emma Ivey Events added sweet dashes of Southern hospitality in custom epicurean party favor cookies and rustic countrified touches in guest seating assignments secured to chicken wire by wooden clothespins. A solo guitarist welcomed guests to the autumnal soiree as the bride floated down the verdant ceremony aisle in a long fairytale gown, arm in arm with her father, bringing tears to all.
Photographers Sean Money + Elizabeth Fay artfully captured a loving first look and stroll among iconic Charleston architecture and sentimental locales along with a playful private almost-newlywed garden shoot. The talented floral design team with Festoon Charleston curated flower girl crowns and hand-crafted fall boutonnieres, floral-wrapped reception chandeliers and ceremony aisle installations all built around graceful autumn notes. The day was mindfully wrapped in soft feathers, crisp golden leaves and natural native foliage intermingled with pink, taupe and violet blooms.
Catering by Hamby unfolded in the venue’s Cotton Dock House on the banks of Wamponcheeoone Creek. Thick rich greenery and twinkling strung bistro lighting yawned from the reception hall’s wooden beams while elegant foliage spilled onto tables from divine marble vases. Luxe décor and rentals from Snyder complemented the space’s worn wood farm tables and historic brick fireplace with classic white linens, fern-hued accents and bountiful dreamlike candlelight.

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