I had been looking forward to Sarah and Tad’s wedding for what seemed like forever! It was such an honor to photograph such a fantastic event full of incredible flowers, love and pink, lots and lots of pink.
Sarah and Tad’s wedding was so fabulous that I’ve had to split their blog post into two, one for the ceremony and one for the reception. Actually, it works quite well as the first half is “blush and bashful”, as Shelby would say, and the second half turns hot pink. Sikky Roger of Rogers and Gala Creative Partners, Inc. was the creative mind behind the wedding design and planning. And the flowers… you would not believe the flowers! John Lupton of Charlotte created the incredible cross and frame of flowers around the front door, both which were incredibly striking.
The ceremony and reception were both held at Cassique at Kiawah. As guests arrived, they were wooed in by the Voices of Deliverance, an a capella gospel choir. The weather kept everyone on their toes but it didn’t dampen any spirits as guests were escorted under umbrellas to the ceremony. By the time the ceremony was over, the rain subsided and the weather really couldn’t have been any better.
Enjoy these photos from the ceremony! Tomorrow we’ll feature the reception.
It is an understatement to say that the flowers were absolutely incredible.
The invitations were created by Arzberger Engraving Company, a company that’s been in business since 1922!
There will be a forgotten anniversary!
The girls got ready in one of the cottages at Cassique. It was stunning, gorgeous, photogenic and had a view of a 10 foot alligator!
I love Sarah’s Romona Keveza dress with a custom shrug, which she found at Maddison Row.
Blush & bashful & beautiful!
The wedding cake by Jim Smeal pulled colors form the bridesmaid dresses and the lace pattern from Sarah’s dress.
The Voices of Deliverance were like sirens, calling guests in with their alluring voices.
Jennifer Smith, who helped me photograph this wedding, took this photo of Sarah with her nephew and dad, both of whom walked her down the aisle.
Saying “I Do!”
The weather after the rain was perfect: ethereal, cool and bright.
Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Brush!
Event Designer: Sikky Rogers of Rogers and Gala Creative Partners, Inc.
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Cassique at Kiawah
Florist: John Lupton
Gospel Choir: Voices of Deliverance
Dress: Romona Keveza from Maddison Row
Vieogrpaher: Artistic Eye Productions
Cake: Jim Smeal
Catering: Cassique at Kiawah
Fireworks: Cassique at Kiawah
Invitations: Arzberger Engraving Company