December 20, 2019

Gina + Carson | A Charleston Boone Hall Wedding

Several years ago when Gina was working as a barista at a Charleston coffee shop, one of her regulars showed her a photo of Carson and said, “You and my cousin should date!”  Needless to say, Gina was a bit skeptical. But she agreed and Carson messaged her that day. After some back and forths and a phone call or two, he asked her to dinner and although she was nervous, they had a great time and it wasn’t long before they started falling in love.

After surprising her in the Colorado mountains with the most beautiful engagement ring, they set their wedding date and planned to get married in Charleston, where they first met.  And even though the predicted weather had been back and forth all week long, their wedding day was full of blue skies, sun and just enough of a breeze to wisk Gina’s cathedral length veil a time or two.

You guys… your wedding day was absolutely stunning and moving in every way!  I stopped counting the number of times happy tears came to my eyes, but nothing was more obvious on your day than your love for one another and for those surrounding you.  I hope you love looking back on your first day as husband and wife for decades to come!!

The Tuesday before their wedding, Carson’s grandfather turned 101 years old!
He was one of Carson’s best men and may have been actually been the most popular person at the wedding!

Many thanks to the incredibly talented family and vendors for making Gina + Carson’s day soincredible!

Ceremony & Reception | Boone Hall
Wedding Coordinator | Anna of Chancey Charm Weddings
Wedding Dress | New York Bride and Groom, Columbia
Bridesmaids dresses | David’s Bridal
Groomsmen’s Suits | Jos A Banks
Hair & Makeup Artist | The Knotted Pearl
Photographer | Sabrina Fields
Florals | Fresh Weddings & Events
DJ | Epic Charleston
Invitations |Vistaprint
Wedding Cake | Parkland Cakes
Catering | Coastal Crust

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