This sweet couple celebrated their marriage with a traditional Jewish affair surrounded by friends and family on Runnymede Plantation. We had worked with the groom’s mother on his sister’s wedding, and other affairs, so it was even more special getting to know these two as a couple. Navy, silver, and white was a great color palette for the time of year as they allowed for big impacts in creating a formal and traditional affair. All photos by Squire Fox.
Lettered Olive worked with the couple to create a custom monogram (both of their first names start with “J”), and a navy and white pattern to add dimension to their design.
Runnymede Plantation is one of our favorite Lowcountry event locations. There is a lot of space for us to create whatever we want for our clients, and jawdropping river and natural views. We designed this sign for the entrance to the plantation for easy guest traveling.
There were lots of special accessories for the bride. We embroidered her bouquet ribbon with the new monogram; an heirloom handkerchief was embroidered and gifted to the bride, and she carried her family’s antique prayer book. For her something blue, the wedding details were embroidered to the inside of her dress.
A custom card with the length of time they had been together accompanied the groom’s gift to the bride- I really loved this sweet sentiment.
Anenomes were the perfect bloom for the navy and white color scheme, and full and lush garden roses and ranunculus filled out a bridal bouquet.
This couple elected to do a “first sight” moment with the two of them before the ceremony.
A table was set with Yarmulkes and cards for guests to write wishes to the couple as they were waiting to be seated for the ceremony.
Large urns of magnolia branches fashioned in urns lined the aisle leading to the magnolia branch chuppa. A family piece was used to create the chuppa topper.
The couple and family celebrated the marriage with a traditional Bedeken ceremony after the wedding.
Tree branches made for a lovely and “natural” design element for the dinner escort cards.
Guests enjoyed cocktail hour in living room sets overlooking the river banks.
The dining room was set with a glamorous vibe. Silver suede linens made for a cozy and upscale fall feel, and platinum banded china and crystal were a beautiful background for dinner.
The dining room glowed with a masse of candles… A Traditional Challah cutting took place at the head table.
The wedding cake and many kosher dessert stations were set and served throughout the after dinner lounge.
An outside lounge was built off of the dinner and dancing tent for guests to enjoy dance breaks under the stars.
The couple departed to sparklers and a fireworks display… Mazel Tov!