Friday, March 29, 2013

Brackish Bow Ties

Looking for a way to style the men in your wedding?  We found something that might help. Send your groom and groomsmen down the aisle in true Lowcountry style with these unique Brackish Bow Ties.
Ranging between $89-$105,  these original handmade feather bow ties are a perfect complement to a Lowcountry wedding.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Spring 2013: Bright New Colors

It's beginning to look and feel like spring in Charleston.  With warmer temperatures in the forecast and flowers blooming, we are getting ready for the spring 2013 wedding season.  The change of season has brought about some fresh color schemes for our brides.  Take a peek at a few beautiful colors that we are excited to use in some of our upcoming weddings.

Friday, March 8, 2013

SEWE 2013

This year Marion Square, located in the heart of Downtown Charleston, hosted the 30th annual Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, and we were graciously asked to handle the decor and planning of the Garden & Gun tent. With dogs at every turn and families coming out to enjoy the entertainment - SEWE was the place to be this weekend! The G&G tent was adorned with perfectly themed trinkets, like a faux deerhead from White Faux Taxidermy. We had a little fun with our double dispenser of gumballs for the children and dog treats for our four-legged friends! We also had wood walls created for the event which helped provide a great backdrop for their "Good Dog" Photo Contest. If you missed the festivities, make sure to keep a look out for some more SEWE fun next Spring or subscribe to Garden & Gun's bi-monthly magazines:

Charleston Wine + Food Festival 2013

This weekend was the annual BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival ®. We were extremely proud to participate and design several of the exciting events along with Charleston Stems.

We designed This Little Piggy: Pop-Up Market presented by Rachel Ray, which took place at the beautiful Lowndes Grove Plantation on the Ashley River.  This Little Piggy is an event that brings in some of the country’s greatest chefs to prepare dishes using different parts of a pig.  Check out some of the gorgeous d├ęcor that we put together for this fun, country theme event.

We were also happy to be in charge of the design for the Lowcountry Jazz Brunch presented by Motley Rice LLC and The Post & Courier.  Some of Charleston’s best restaurants and caterers served three course meals as a guests enjoyed live entertainment by The Mark Sturbank Group, featuring Quiana Parlor and Quentin Baxter.  Guests were greeted with bright spring colors for this Sunday morning brunch.