A Shabby-Chic Wedding at the Pavilion at Pepper Plantation in Awendaw, South Carolina
Although Emily Jobson (29 and a sales analyst) and Neil Mussan (32 and an electrician) live in New York City, they didn't let that stop them from having the ultimate shabby-chic soiree. Soon after the couple got engaged, they tossed around the idea of having a destination wedding. A road trip to Charleston, South Carolina, was all they needed to make up their minds. In fact, the Pavilion at Pepper Plantation in Awendaw, South Carolina, was the only place they looked, and they even booked it on the spot. The day started in the perfectly manicured lawn along the water. Burlap pinwheels lined the aisle, Emily and Neil exchanged vows under a green and orange flower-covered pergola, and they took their first steps as newlyweds to "Stuck Like Glue" by Sugarland. Guests sipped on Firefly Arnold Palmers out of mason jars in honor of Emily and Neil's rehearsal dinner turned trolley tour to a sweet-tea planation and the Firefly distillery. The reception, inside the pavilion, took on a life of its own with calligraphed doily place cards, skeleton key escort cards and green patina doorknob table numbers. Even the cake was displayed on an electrical wire spool as a tribute to Neil's career as an electrician. Emily and Neil, with the help of wedding planner from Orange Box Events, made sure every detail represented their personality and style. And we love it! See all our favorite details, captured by Alyona Photography, below.