WEDDINGS

Jackie + Jimmy // Timeless Southern Wedding at the Rice Mill in Charleston SC

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June 9, 2017

Jackie + Jimmy’s wedding day was one for the books!  After a late start to their day due to a timeline miscommunication, we were still able to capture every detail of their amazing day with time to spare!  That is the beauty of always creating a wedding day photo timeline with plenty of cushion… no stress!!  Jackie + Jimmy shared a sweet First Look downtown before meeting up with their bridal party for photos in the historic district.  It was a really hot spring day, but everyone looked FABULOUS and maintained a good attitude about taking photos despite the heat.

Before we knew it, we were headed to the Rice Mill where Jackie + Jimmy said “I do” in a beautiful ceremony on the water.  Guests were treated to a selection of traditional Lowcountry fare and the dance floor was PACKED all night, thanks to The Company Band.  Lucky for us, there was a beautiful sunset over the water at the marina – so we took advantage of it with some additional portraits and they are some of my all-time favorites!!  At the end of the night, Jackie + Jimmy exited through a tunnel of sparklers… the perfect ending to an amazing day.  Here are some of my favorites from Jackie + Jimmy’s amazing Charleston wedding at the Rice Mill…

Wedding Photography: Dana Cubbage Weddings | Planning + Coordination: Enlighten Events | Venue: Historic Rice Mill | Floral Design: Frampton’s Flowers | Cake: Publix | Wedding Dress: Modern Trousseau Charleston | Hair + Makeup: Ash and Co. | Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Bride’s Jewelry: personal | Bridesmaids Dresses: Joanna August from Bella Bridesmaids | Band: The Company Band | Men’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse | Catering: Good Food Catering | Stationery: Anson Paper Company

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