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Y’all may remember Brooke + Victor’s cheery South Carolina wedding at the Lowndes Grove Plantation from our last issue. In fact, we’re pretty sure you do, since B + V’s celebration was a hands-down reader favorite, in large part because of the bright blue accents (Nicole Miller bridesmaid dresses and sassy Christian Louboutins, for starters!) and crisp photos, courtesy of Mel Barlow + Allan Zepeda. This plantation-style wedding was one of my very favorites in V3. Brooke still gets my vote for her airy Marchesa column gown!

The talented vendors involved:

Photography: Mel Barlow + Allan Zepeda // Planning: WED // Flowers: WED // Venue: Lowndes Grove Plantation // Wedding Cake Baker: Jim Smeal // Caterer: Fish // Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Nicole Miller // Bride’s Dress: Marchesa // Shoes: Christian Louboutin // Rentals: Snyder Event Rentals // Paper Goods: Studio R Designs // Groom’s Fashion: Brooks Brothers // Hair: Lindsey Johnson // Makeup: Blair Mathis

Written with love by Katharine
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  1. avatar Erin Teal reply

    Oh this is soooo pretty! Also, those shoes are toooooo DIE for!!

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