Meg and Chris are celebrating the first anniversary of their winter nuptials in historic Charleston this weekend, so it’s a great time to reflect on their beautiful Hibernian Hall wedding! I met Meg several years ago, when I first photographed her brother’s family and later their whole crew. They are such a fun, loving, warm-hearted bunch, so it was extra special to photograph her wedding day. Chris is a local musician, gracious and charming, and a perfect match for my friend, the elegant bride (whose breathtaking bridal portraits are worth a look).
Their Meeting Street affair started with portraits outside the Circular Congregational Church and a ceremony officiated by their friend. (I loved how she positioned the couple so they could see the congregation and so the guests to better see the couple exchange vows.) After the ceremony, everyone ambled down the street to Hibernian Hall, which has hosted a multitude of impressive events since 1840. It was a pleasure working with a great team of vendors to document such a magnificent day. Happy anniversary, y’all!
Church | Circular Congregational Church
Reception | Hibernian Hall
Meg’s Dress | White on Daniel Island
Hair and Makeup | Willow Salon
Event Design | Justin Wham
Florals | Frampton’s Flowers
Band | Amazing 7
Catering | Lowcountry Eats
Cakes | Chantilly Cake Shop
Rolls Royce | ACW Limo
Videographer | Life in Rewind
If you like to have a variety of cakes and eat them too, please contact me and encourage your friends to do the same when they are searching for a portrait and wedding photographer. I hope you’ll recommend this post, and check out Meg’s bridal portraits before you go. Cheers!