A Modern Regal Estate Wedding in Charleston, SC

Kathryn and Cal celebrated their nuptials in true southern style at the Lowndes Grove Plantation in Charleston, SC with stunning views of the Ashley R

Kathryn and Cal celebrated their nuptials in true southern style at the Lowndes Grove Plantation in Charleston, SC with stunning views of the Ashley River. The couple chose a navy, white and neutral color palette, which they incorporated into the decor with regal damask accents. A relaxing cocktail hour complete with lawn games added a playfulness to the day.

Miniature double-pennant escort cards in tiny pots of moss were displayed in bright green grass.
A modern bar with fun marquee lighting from 428 Main Vintage Rentals was set up outside for guests. The bar was decorated with navy damask fabric that matched their invitations and reception table settings.
Kathryn and Cal's wedding cake was five tiers of white fondant decorated with blue piping in a damask style.
Baroque style plates with navy damask napkins in silver napkin rings came together to create stately place settings.
For a southern flair, the couple offered up an array of miniature pies in addition to the traditional cake.
Pale pink peonies mixed with ivory roses and white delphiniums in the bridesmaids' bouquets for a pop of color.
Airy linens and elegant chandeliers added a regal, romantic edge to the reception space.
Extravagant high centerpieces filled with hydrangeas, roses, peonies and lily of the valley gave the reception tables an English garden party feel.
Following a traditional church ceremony, the couple and their guests headed over to the historic Lowndes Grove Plantation for the reception. A relaxed cocktail hour was held outside on the Plantation's grand lawn with the estate's stunning architecture serving as the event's backdrop.
His and hers drinks were passed out to guests during cocktail hour. Bourbon cocktails with fresh slices of lime and navy striped straws were Cal's drink of choice.
Kathryn and Cal held their reception under a large white tend overlooking the Ashley River. Strings of bistro lights and pillar candles added ambient charm to the outdoor space as the sun started to set.
Wicker lounge furniture with plush white cushions dotted the plantation's grand lawn, setting a relaxed tone for the cocktail hour.
Cal and his groomsmen wore green and white boutonnieres made from blueberries and freesia.
Kathryn's bouquet of crab apple, blue delphiniums, peonies and roses in muted pastel colors had a romantic, vintage feel.
The couple ended the night with a sparkler send-off.
The couple chose elegant letterpress invitations with navy ink and damask details.
Kathryn looked like a true southern belle in a ball gown by Pronovias. The strapless gown featured a sweetheart neckline and flowing layers of embroidered lace organza. Cal wore a custom-made suit in a neutral color.
Corn hole and other lawn games were available for guests to play during cocktail hour.
Sparkling peach bellinis were served with fresh peach slices.
Bold fonts in navy and ivory gave the table numbers a vintage feel.