Such and sweet couple, you could tell instantly that these two were made for each other! Their wedding was so sweet and elegant and was simply well done. Their engagement story reflects how perfect their wedding really was. Jennifer describes to me how her engagement to Nick took place.
“Our engagement is my favorite storyNick sent a bouquet of flowers (a replica of the first bouquet he ever sent me) to the yoga studio when I was teaching, along with a note telling me to pack an overnight bag and that a car would be picking me up at 2:00. At this point, I was freaking out and could hardly get ready to go! A town car picked me up and drove me 45 minutes to Captiva Island where we had gone away together for our first vacation. The car dropped me off at the same cottage where we had spent that first night and Nick was waiting inside with candles lit. After dancing to “our song” Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love With You, Nick got down on one knee and proposed!! Of course I said yes, and we celebrated with a bottle of wine we had sent back from Italy the previous year on the beach watching the sunset. It was perfect!!”
And, so was their wedding! it started off with Jennifer getting ready at the King’s Courtyard Inn, which is an old southern historic Inn, located on King Street. The wedding took place in the Inn’s courtyard with close family and friend looking on. The ceremony was performed by Rick Burton, chief concierge at Charleston Place Hotel. After some family photos and a celebratory toast at the Inn, I whisked the couple away to the Unitarian Church about a block away for some personal portraits. We had so much fun and I think their personality really shows through. Lastly, they headed to the Palmetto Cafe located in Charleston Place hotel where they met their family and friends for lunch.