STORY FROM THE BRIDE:
“Lee and I had been dating for a couple of years before we got engaged, and knew within a couple of days that the “engagement” wasn’t important for us. Lee wanted his wife, and I wanted my husband. For each of us, our priorities were rooted in simply marrying each other. We had a few details that were very important to us both, so we began working on how everything would line up. Getting married in Georgetown, SC was a no-brainer. Lee had moved back to his hometown shortly after we met and I had recently opened a Pure Barre studio slightly north of Georgetown, in Murrells Inlet, SC. Lee was born and raised in Georgetown and throughout our relationship when we envisioned where we would buy our first house, where we would enjoy a class of wine on Thursdays, and how we would spend our Saturdays – all of these visions and plans were of us in Georgetown, SC. It made sense that we would start this new chapter in our lives at our home. For the big day, we cared about 4 things: the Church, the photographer, the band, and the food and wine. So we got to work. Within a week and a half, we got our Church, we got the best photographer, the best band, and lots of tasty food and wine. It was meant to be, and it was meant to be in only 59 days! On March 4th, our dreams came true. We had a beautiful day and were surrounded by hundreds of our loved ones. We were truly blown away when we realized how many people had rearranged their schedules (with virtually no notice!) to celebrate our marriage and help us start our new life together. From the ceremony down to the mints in the bathroom, we couldn’t have asked for a better wedding day. Lee got his wife, and I got my husband.” The Bride – Kelsey.
Wedding Planner : Tara Crammer / Food: Aleene Miller wth Chacons of Georgetown, SC / Venue: Winyah Indigo Society Hall / Cake by Janet Adams / RSVP Shoppe / Florist: Carolina Charm / Wedding Gown: The Little White Dress / Band: ALL in ONE from Atlanta by East Coast Entertainment
KELSEY AND LEE’S ENGAGEMENT SESSION AT WACHESAW PLANTATION
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