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Unfortunately my grandfather passed away in late 2013.While we were saying our goodbyes, Vince and I spoke to him at length about missing the wedding.From there we compiled the words we wanted for the marriage intentions and ring exchange, and our friend wrote the address for us.We left portions of the ceremony up to him so that it felt natural.The reception and ceremony were in the same location.We wanted the guests to feel as if they were on vacation for the weekend so we kept everything within walking distance to avoid asking guests to drive around.The Reception “In planning our wedding, we were inspired by the Lowcountry.
All three sets of parents have an anniversary in the first week of November, so we set our date (11.8.15) so we could always celebrate our anniversary together with our families.
We did a ton of research on writing your own wedding ceremonies, and combined our favorites to make something unique and meaningful to us.” Because we were removing religion from our ceremony, we felt it important to include ceremony traditions like our intentions to marry, exchange of the vows, and the ring exchange.
We also included a poem by Taylor Mali, “How Falling in Love is like Owning a Dog” (which was perfect for us dog lovers) and the Blessing of the Hands.
Not only is it utterly beautiful, but bride, Whitney, shared so many special details with us on top of those you see in the photos.
She and Vince were incredibly thoughtful about their wedding day, from choosing a date that was meaningful to their parents, to writing their own vows (you can read those right here), to including a special hors d’oeuvre as a surprise for the groom. Says Whitney of their beautiful choice of venue: “My mom and step dad purchased property in Palmetto Bluff a few years ago.