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It was a beautiful sight to see the evening of June 27th, 2020. As you drove onto the property your eyes caught a glimpse of the three story mansion sitting at the end of an avenue of oaks. Located on property owned by the groom’s family, this private event was nothing but intimate and spectacular. The ceremony faced the private oaks sitting at the end of the circle drive at the bottom of the home’s grand staircase. As Madison walked down to the sound of Palmetto Strings, you could see Aaron’s eyes light up as she met him underneath the grand arch made by Tiger Lily Florals. The family said that Gayla from Tiger Lily was a dream. She went above and beyond to make everything they envisioned into reality. Madison wore an Allison Webb dress from the White Magnolia Bridal Shop located in Atlanta, Georgia. Aaron wore a classic black tux found at Charleston Tuxedo.

Family and friends joined the happy couple from all over the Southeast to witness the happy occasion. Their stationary was designed by Studio R., who made custom watercolor invitations of the house, custom notecards, custom crest, and a framed drawing of the house for the bride and groom to his grandmother as a thank you. Every little detail was captured perfectly and beautifully, thanks to Anne Rhett Photography, all the way from the stunning hair and makeup done by Lashes and Lace, to the decorations by Pinnacle Weddings, Eventhaus Rentals, and Ooh Events. Guests raved about the delicious food served that night, saying, “it was the best wedding food they have ever had.” Cru Catering service was top class, along with the artistically designed cake done by Jim Smeal; his cakes are always a show stopper.

As joyful tears were shed after the toasts by the bridal party, Emerald Empire Band took the Dunn Wedding guests on a musical journey. Keeping the party going for the entire night, there were plenty of exciting moments to capture by Ardsley Park Productions. Make sure to check out their film. Before the night was over, Madison changed into her second dress, found at Retrofete, letting all her loved ones know that she was ready to party! To end the night, sparklers sent off the bride and groom to leave in Coastal Limo. Guests were able to have Valet Quotes bring their car to them as they left Wapoolah Estate to head home from a wedding they will never forget.

Photography by Anne Rhett Photography