Intimate All White Wedding in Charleston

Dec 11, 2019 | Weddings

Charleston is a wonderful city for an elopement and this all-white wedding of Kristalyn and Mike is the epitome of romance. Bride Kristalyn had a high fashion style with a daring deep V back and long sleeves and this contemporary look was echoed through the classic yet modern tablescape style too. The small vases with single buds in, looked minimalist and calming for this intimate reception dinner. Keep scrolling for more about this small gathering...

From Lindsay Bishop Events: “Kristalyn and Mike traveled to Charleston from Pittsburg to host a handful of family and friends at The Gadsden House, where they exchanged vows under billowy crepe myrtle trees. From the moment that Kristalyn sent over a photo of her wedding dress (a long-sleeved, backless stunner covered from top to bottom in sequins) I knew that I was going to fall head over heels for every detail of her intimate I-dos! Her minimalist modern-yet-natural style inspired every aspect of the design, from the crisp white color palette to the tulip greenery accenting dinner menus that doubled as place cards."

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"Kristalyn really wanted to wow her guests with flowers at the ceremony, and a lush installation of white blooms and greenery did just that, while the horseshoe shape helped to create an intimate feeling that reflected their small gathering. Mike’s favorite piece of furniture in their home together is their Parsons kitchen table, so we chose a similar design to make guests feel like they were truly being hosted by the newlyweds. A mixture of unique bud vases held gorgeous double tulips, allowing the single-bloom design to make a quiet, simple statement, creating the perfect juxtaposition to the over-the-top ceremony arrangement.”

vendor details

Photographer: Clay Austin Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Stylist / Planner / Florals: Lindsay Bishop Events | Rentals: Ooh Events | Venue: The Gadsden House | Hair & Make-up Artist: Pampered and Pretty

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