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Kara & Michael {St. Mary of the Annunciation Catholic Church & The Cotton Dock}

So, it turns out I had 3 weddings in a ROW at the cotton dock all in June. I have no idea how that happened but I am definitely not complaining! 🙂 Anyone who’s visited knows how pretty it is out there, and since it had been a while that I had been, I was excited.
Kara and Michael’s wedding was my first of the 3. The ceremony was a gorgeous Catholic Church downtown, and then we headed to mt. pleasant.

This wedding had romantic written all over it!

….Beautiful backdrop and couple, the stars were aligned. 🙂

Hope you enjoy it!

 

 

Here is a list of vendors from the bride and groom!
Wedding Venue: St. Mary of the Annunciation Catholic Church
Reception Venue: Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Plantation
Rehearsal Venue: Charleston Aquarium
Hair & Makeup: Canvas
Bride’s gown: Rosa Clara dress from Chevy Chase Bridal in Washington, DC
Catering:  Lowcountry Eats: (http://www.lowcountryeats.com/) with Elaine Axson and Aris Newton providing most of the services.
Lighting and Chandelier rental: Technical Event Co.: http://www.technicaleventcompany.com/ with Todd St Onge providing a great deal of help
Band: 17 South http://www.17southband.com/ with Chuck Dalton as our point of contact
Rentals for tables, chairs and table top: Eventworks  http://www.eventworksrentals.com with Mike providing a great deal of personal service
Bars: Ooh! Events http://www.shopoutofhand.com/
Transportation for trolley and horse and carriage: Absolutely Charleston:http://www.absolutelycharleston.com/
Buses: Lancaster
Hotel for Wedding: Vendue Inn (they were incredibly accommodating the day of the wedding for all of our running around).
Big plants to hide the A/C from Plants Alive.
Invites were from The Dandelion Patch, Washington D.C.
The rehearsal audio system was from Complete Music Video Photo, Charleston.

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