Charlotte and Mark met while working on a political campaign, so the bride was quick to choose the colors and theme for their wedding day. Their love for politics and history was intertwined in the red, white, and blue details seen throughout their special day. It seemed only fitting for the couple in politics to wed on the grounds of the the Lace House, located on the historic and beautiful South Carolina Governor’s Mansion Complex. The property sits in the heart of downtown surrounded by colorful gardens and lined with old, sprawling oak trees. The groom started off the day wearing a classic black tux and then changed for the reception into a custom velvet blue dinner jacket. A perfect ode to the Pantone color of the year: Classic Blue. The bride wore a beautiful full dress by BHLDN and a third generation wedding veil worn by both her sisters before her! Entering the reception space, gold animal figurines with accompanying signage that read "Find Your Party Animal" were picked up with the escort cards directing guests to their seats. A classic three-course meal was served on the Mansion Mall with a live band playing in front of an extravagant fountain. A local live painter depicted the colorful events of the evening on the dance floor, while the wedding cake awaited beneath three crystal chandeliers that floated from the sky.
Black & White Beach Wedding at the Nobu Hotel