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Featured in Charleston Weddings Magazine

Almost a year ago today, we were in full gift assembly mode, preparing to welcome Taylor Green and Rhett Bennett's 160 guests to the Holy City. What perfect timing for the Summer 2016 issue of Charleston Weddings Magazine to hit newsstands, featuring Taylor and Rhett's Lowndes Grove nuptials with A Charleston Bride, as the couple is about to celebrate their first year of marriage! The inspired watercolor crest you'll see on T & R's welcome gifts pictured below, among other lovely wedding details was created by Arabella June featuring the couple's dogs; a Zeta Tau Alpha crown for Taylor's sorority; peaches as a nod to Rhett's alma mater (GO DAWGS); magnolias and roses in honor of the bride's and her late grandmother's favorite flowers, respectively; a horseshoe for his home state (Kentucky); and last, but certainly not least, the letter "A" for Taylor's son, Asher. We adore such meaningful, personal attention to detail! Pick up a copy of the new issue of Charleston Weddings to find so much more wedding inspiration and scroll to the end of the post for the list of talented vendors behind this beauty! 

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VENDOR CREDITS: Photography: Ryan Ray Photography | Wedding Design, Florals: A Charleston Bride | Venue, Catering, Cake:  Patrick Properties | Lighting: Technical Event Company | Linens: Nuage | Lounge furniture, decor: Ooh! Event Rentals | Tabletop: Polished Rentals | Stationery, signage: Studio R Design | Calligraphy: Elizabeth Porcher Jones | Custom Crest: Arabella June  | Banner: Boutique Tents   | Welcome Gifts: A Signature Welcome  | Transportation: Absolutely Charleston  | Getaway boat: Classic Boat Charleston  | Videography: East West Production | Bride's Attire: Anne Barge, available in Charleston through White on Daniel Island  | Beauty: Ash & Co.  | Bridesmaids Attire: Alfred Angelo available in Charleston through Bridals by Jodi | Menswear: Men's Wearhouse | Ring bearer's attire: Florence Eisman