Kristen + Ed chose their beautiful property, a colorful marsh land full of wildlife, for their ceremony. Their handmade grapevine alter (crafted by the couple) was the perfect finishing touch, and after sharing their vows with about 80 family members and close friends, they led the way to Kitz Farm for their rustic reception. Antique cars, a three-piece band, a wooded free standing bar and lighting transformed the restored 1800’s barn!
Many Eco-Beautiful Wedding wishes to Kristen + Ed!
Photography: Kate Donovan Photography
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An easy way to eco-out your wedding day shoes is to add a pretty pair of shoe clips!
It can be hard to find the perfect pair of shoes for the aisle, so shoe clips give you the creativity to take a plain pair of shoes and make them into whatever you want them to be.
There are lots of fun, handmade bridal shoe clips on Etsy in just about every color and style imaginable.
You could also get lucky and find a pair of beautiful vintage earrings in your local consignment shop that would make perfect shoe clips. Also, be sure to check Mom’s and Grandma’s jewelry box! There just may be something old in there to make your wedding shoes complete.
Virginia is a lover of all things local and natural, so her spring nuptials to Nick appropriately reflected a stylish, eco feel. The flowers were created by a local designer, the bride’s beautiful dress was from Anthropologie and the newlyweds sped off to a new life together in a green taxi.
Many Eco-Beautiful Wedding wishes to Virginia + Nick!
Photography: Richard Bell Photography
Venue: The Creek Club at I’On
Event Planner: Lowcountry Weddings by Jessica