Juneteenth is such an important day in black history and in American history! It marks the day of the emancipation of slaves in the United States. Charleston natives Trelony and Michael chose to celebrate in a big way by saying their I do's in an intimate elopement with their closest family and friends. It was quite the soiree put together by an amazing team of black owned wedding businesses. How will you celebrate next Junteenth?


Venue: Your Signature Hall

Photographer: Rustic Chic Photography

Design and Floral: That Spark Events

Beauty: Jazmin Gladden

Love is not cancelled! Neither plague nor rain could make this day any less perfect. Cassie and David knew they wanted to have their wedding in the charming city of Charleston. So, all the way from West Virginia they planned their nuptials. First COVID-19 forced them to postpone their big day, and then on wedding day they were forced to manifest their rain plan. Despite everything That Spark Events, the culinary team at Patrick Properties, and all of their selected vendors were able to pull together and make this event even more beautiful than they could have imagined. It was truly a perfect day fortified by LOVE.


Venue: The River House at Lowndes Grove

Photographer: Kuirsta and Seth Photography

Caterer: Patrick Properties

Floral: Crown of Laurels

Beauty: Silhouette On-site

Tent Draping: Tanis J Events

Cake: Patrick Properties

Rentals: Eventworks Rentals

Tenting and Chandelier: Snyder Events

Guitar Music: Gregory Guay

Natasha and John decided on an intimate wedding with just a few of their closest family and friends at the Snee Farm Country Club. They said their I do's on the green and made their way over to the ballroom for a night of dancing and laughter. Sweet shades of blue made for a soft and romantic soiree. Everything about this night was perfect!


Venue: Snee Farm Country Club

Photographer: April Meachum Photography

Caterer: Relish Distinctive Catering

Beauty: Vanity Salon

Cake: Publix

Music: Lowcountry Entertainment