Continuing on with the fabulosity of D’Anne and Patrick’s Spring wedding at Middleton Place, today’s post features their reception. If you missed the photos for the ceremony, you may see them here.
While guests enjoyed the cocktail hour, we took advantage of the grounds for lots of photos. Everywhere you turn is scenic- the live oaks, the gardens, the Ashley river. you can spend days there. Middleton Place is a wonderful spot to get married.
Guests enjoyed a seated dinner in the pavilion where many heart warming toasts were given. You can tell that family is very important to these two. After the cake cutting DJ Rob Duren injected some energy into the dance floor and the dancing was non-stop. They left at the end of the night under sparklers and got into a Charleston Black Cab. May they live happily ever after!
I love this silhouette shot on the steps of the former plantation house.
Lowcountry lemonade was the signature drink of the night, mmm!
A seated dinner with toasts was perfect for this intimate crowd.
This is one of my favorite photos to take at weddings- landscape shots at twilight.
Milk and cookies anyone?
More Southern charm…
Mr. & Mrs. Stephens
Venue: Middleton Place
Day-of Coordinator: Lexie Webb
Makeup: Pamela Lesch Makeup
Hair: Affair Hair by Tanesha
Vintage Decor: Hemstitch Vintage
Catering: Middleton Place
Rentals: Event Drs.
Menu & Escort Tags: Dodeline Designs
Invitations: Pink Star Design
Cake: The Cake Stand
Photo booth: Complete Music Video Photo of Charleston
DJ: Rob Duren