A Farm-To-Table Wedding at Creek Club at I'On in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Talk about farm to table! Samantha Mostaccio (28 and a dance presenter for Nike) and Shane Jones (28 and a trader for Chicago Board Options Exchange),

Talk about farm to table! Samantha Mostaccio (28 and a dance presenter for Nike) and Shane Jones (28 and a trader for Chicago Board Options Exchange), with the help of wedding planners from Ooh Events, used chard, artichokes, radishes and even herbs and wildflowers to decorate the reception tables at their wedding at Creek Club at I'On in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Instead of a traditional dinner reception, the couple had an au naturel brunch that was entirely clean eating. Even the cakes, created by Wildflour Bakery, had vegan and gluten-free options. Even more, Out of the Garden created a kale, basil, mint and sunflower-leaf bouquet for Samantha to carry down the aisle. We're so impressed how every aspect of Samantha and Shane's wedding was green. Since the couple are passionate about everything from zodiac to healthy living to adventures, they wanted their wedding to be a tribute to their eccentric personalities. They decorated their wooden wedding arch with custom dream catchers from Etsy.com and sent guests home with baby succulent plants after everyone got in some afternoon dancing. It included a father-daughter jive to "Watch Me" by Silento. You need to see all our favorite details, captured by Paige Winn Photo, below.

Since Samantha has been a vegan for many years, she wanted everything in her wedding to be farm to table. Even her bouquet was full of vegetables and herbs instead of flowers. She carried kale, basil, dill, mint and sunflower leaves. The stems were wrapped in lily grass.
Samantha found her stunning, summery sheath dress from Grace Loves Lace. She loved the French lace and low back that extended into the long train. The sheath-style gown was pretty body-hugging, but there were no buttons or zippers to worry about.
Samantha had five bridesmaids stand with her. Since all the ladies have different bodies and personalities, Samantha asked them to find something they each liked. She didn't give them a specific length or color, just asked them to find something blue. They turned out great together.
The bridesmaids also carried natural herb-filled bouquets to echo Samantha's arrangement. Viburnum, chamomile, lemon leaves and wildflowers looked great and smelled wonderful.
Samantha and Shane had their ceremony outside at Creek Club at I'On in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. It was on the water with a light breeze, and the couple wanted it to feel simple and romantic. They set up a wooden wedding arch and adorned it with custom dream catchers from Etsy.com.
Samantha and Shane are crazy about everything from zodiac to healthy living. They wanted to tie all their passions together throughout the decor. To add a little personality to the ceremony site, Samantha ordered custom, handmade dream catchers from Etsy.com to decorate the wooden wedding arbor.
Samantha completed her look with ivory blown garden roses woven into a flower crown. The gorgeous headpiece was done by Out Of The Garden. Samantha loved how it went with her lace gown and bohemian wedding theme.
Samantha's mother calligraphed all the escort cards and added watercolor designs. They paired each with a little potted succulent plant to double as a natural favor for each of their guests.
In addition to designing the escort cards, Samantha's mother also drew a map of Charleston, South Carolina, for guests to use during the wedding weekend.
Samantha and Shane wanted everyone to sit together at the reception at Creek Club at I'On in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, so they set up long farm tables. Instead of having a sweetheart table separate from their friends and family, they set up a velvet couch at the table so they could eat their watermelon gazpacho with the ones they love.
Talk about farm to table! Swiss chard, cherries, artichokes, radishes, squash, lettuce, lots of herbs and wildflowers decorated the reception tables. Samantha and Shane wanted their reception to feel natural and fresh, and they definitely nailed it.
Everything about Samantha and Shane's wedding reception was au naturel. Samantha has celiac disease and a peanut allergy, so everything was gluten-free and fresh. The tables were decorated with chard as well as lots of neutral-colored wildflowers.
Samantha and Shane had their first dance to "Budapest" by George Ezra, which transitioned into "Could You Be Loved" by Bob Marley. Everyone danced the entire morning. Samantha even hip-hop danced with her father to "Watch Me" by Silento. It was one of the day's highlights.
Samantha and Shane wanted a few options for dessert for their brunch reception. Wildflour Pastry made all three of the confections, including a gluten-free, vegan option for Samantha. It was a carrot cake, and was perfect.
Wildflour Pastry made all the dessert for Samantha and Shane's wedding. One of the confections was this two-tier naked cake topped with fresh strawberries and blueberries. We love how even the dessert matched the wedding's boho vibe.
Samantha actually put her reception dress together herself. She found the white-lace crop top with three-quarter sleeves at Grace Loves Lace. She completed the look with a tulle skirt from Etsy.com, and Samantha's mother made the sash out of chiffon. It all came together  flawlessly.