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Our Favorite Lowcountry Classics


So, you’re planning on getting married in Lowcountry. Let us first begin by saying, good choice. You will not regret anything that Lowcountry has to offer and will provide for your big day! Next, we want to share some of our absolute favorite details that you see at many classic Lowcountry weddings.

Spanish Moss Backdrops


You just can’t get a set of wedding portraits without featuring the delicate drapery from the live oaks that is Spanish Moss. Lowcountry is scattered with moss covered oak trees, as the plant (not actual moss) thrives in warm, wet climates. The elegant affect it adds to your backdrop is unlike any other.

Wedding Program Fans

Fans are almost always a must if you choose to have an outdoor wedding in Lowcountry. While we do have a month or two of cooler weather, 10 out of 12 months are relatively warm. At least 7 out of 12 months typically have an average temperature of 70 degrees and warmer with pretty very high humidity percentages. Not only are the fans a necessity to get some air flowing, but they also prove useful as a deterrent for bugs. We’ve got mosquitoes and “no-see-ums” like it’s nobody’s business. They don’t call it Lowcountry for nothing!

College Football

Now, this is the south, and we sure do love some college football! Whether you’re Gamecocks, Tigers, or just college football fans; Lowcountry weddings have seen it all.

Lowcountry Boils

The Lowcountry Boil is (obviously) a classic here. You may think this delicious culinary experience is a summer event, but you are wrong! Here in Lowcountry, it’s a year-round choice of many. Include this little detail on your invitation, and we can almost guarantee your guest count would double!

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