filed in: Weddings
November 4, 2019
Natalie + Steven’s wedding date was chosen with great care. They decided to get married on October 22, 2019 – which would have been her grandparents 69th wedding anniversary. Their presence was surely felt throughout the day and I love how Natalie + Steven decided to start their own marriage on such a special + sentimental date. And let’s be honest… a Tuesday wedding is so much fun! We basically had the entire city to ourselves for portraits and I love how we were able to utilize locations that I wouldn’t dare visit on a weekend.
Their day started off with a threat of storms, but the weatherman was WRONG because before we even left for the First Look, the sun was out and shining bright! Natalie + Steven shared a sweet First Look downtown before hopping around the city for their bride + groom portraits. We met up with their amazing bridal party for group photos, then headed over to the Rice Mill for the ceremony. Natalie + Steven said “I do!” in a beautiful ceremony on the water, then we caught the last bits of daylight with their sunset photos. Guests dined on traditional lowcountry fare, then spent the entire evening dancing – celebrating the newlyweds. It was an amazing day from start to finish and I’m beyond lucky to have been able to capture this day for Natalie, Steven, and their families. Here are some of my favorites from Natalie + Steven’s romantic fall wedding at the Rice Mill…
Wedding Photography: Dana Cubbage Weddings | Planning + Coordination: Eve Gray | Venue: Historic Rice Mill | Floral Design: Branch Design Studio | Cake: Ashley Bakery | Wedding Dress: Martina Liana from RK Bridal | Hair + Makeup: Lashes and Lace | Bride’s Shoes: Bella Belle | Bride’s Jewelry: personal | Bridesmaids Dresses: Sorella Vita from The Bridal Manor | DJ: Darby Events | Men’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse | Catering: Good Food Catering | Rentals: Snyder Events + EventWorks | Transportation: Lowcountry Valet | Videography: Knotted Arrow
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