Katie and her Mom, an artist from the Charlotte area, where such a pleasure to work with. The wedding ceremony was held at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. They had some many details that made the wedding so adorable. There were amazing pottery pieces throughout the venue courtyard. One of my favorite things were the large clay pots that we put some beautiful garden style florals to compliment the natural beauty of the Governor Thomas Bennett House in downtown Charleston. Beautiful wedding photography by Juliet Elizabeth. (There are some photos below that we took ourselves.)
The maids carried hand-tied bouquets of antique blue and green hydrangea with nestlings of viburnum, freesia, eupatorium, craspedia and ornithogalum arabicum. The bride’s bouquet was full of gardenia blooms that were also in the fountain and accenting the table top lanterns. There were also white lilacs and astilbe. The wristlets were black and silver bracelets adorned with sweetheart roses, eupatorium and Ming fern. In addition to wedding flowers and the abundant varieties of hydrangea we included stock, Belles of Ireland, lisianthus, veronica and seeded eucalyptus.
Below is the blog post as shared by Borrowed & Blue Destination Weddings Charleston.
About This Wedding
We just can’t get enough of Juliet Elizabeth Photography, and this wedding at The Thomas Bennett House certainly does not disappoint! Although a very bold move for July in Charleston, we just love the black bridesmaids dresses. Enjoy this lovely Charleston wedding and don’t miss all the little details that make it so very adorable.