Greek Traditions Among the Moss Trees

On July 13th at the Magnolia Plantation Carriage House, Katina and Tyler shared a romantic wedding surrounded by family and friends. This destination couple incorporated Greek traditions, as well as their personal story of how they met. After saying ‘I Do’ among the moss trees and waterfront that accompany the Carriage House, their beautiful wedding reception greeted the newlyweds. A color scheme of coral, light green, grey, ivory, yellow, and pink were used to create a romantic, garden inspired theme.

After several heartfelt toasts and more celebration over dinner, Katina and Tyler enjoyed a fun reception with their guests! The band kept the party going with great musical entertainment. After toasting their future and dancing the night away, the party continued into the wee hours of the night at Stars Rooftop Bar, in downtown Charleston!

Venue : Magnolia Plantation & Gardens
Rentals : Snyder Event Rentals
Catering : Duvall Events
Reception Music : Zero to Never
Photographer : Richard Bell
Florist : First Bloom of Charleston
Transportation : Lowcountry Valet & Shuttle Co.

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